Mišja peč is a climbing area approximately 500 metres away from the village of Osp. It is considered one of the most important climbing areas in Europe.
Mišja peč and the Wall of Osp form a single climbing area. The extremely overhanging semicircular wall is a challenge for many top climbers. Over the last years, some easier climbing routes were created as well (in the utmost left and right part of the wall). As a result of the favourable climate, climbing is possible (almost) throughout the year.
An interesting fact is that one part of the wall is home to an endangered owl species, the Eurasian eagle-owl, so climbing on that part of the wall is limited.