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Koncheto (Bulgarian: Кончето) is a dizzy karst ridge which on some places is only 70 cm wide. It is in the Pirin Mountain in Bulgaria, at an altitude of approximately 2780 meters, between the peaks Banski Suhodol (2884 meters) and Kutelo (2908 meters).
There are steep slopes on either side: the northwestern side is almost vertical and approximately 300 meters deep, while the southwestern side is less steep (approximately 30 degrees) but deeper (800 meters). There is a steel cable stretched along the top of the ridge to help hikers across. It is said that some less experienced hikers go through Koncheto by saddling the ridge edge like a horse and slowly advancing, hence its name. It is not recommended for hikers with acrophobia.
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