The Pavlič Pass, Paulitsch Pass or Paulitsch Saddle (Slovene: Pavličevo sedlo, German: Paulitschsattel) or just Pavlič (German: Paulitsch) (elevation 1338 m) is a mountain pass that connects the Slovenian municipality of Solčava in the historical region of Lower Styria with the Austrian state of Carinthia.
|Elevation||1,338 m (4,390 ft)|
The Seeberg highway (B 82) runs from the Austrian side through the scenic village of Bad Eisenkappel (Slovene: Železna Kapla) up to the border crossing Seebergsattel. Nine kilometres after Bad Eisenkappel, a road to Paulitschsattel bears left off the B 82. A short descent is followed by a very steep 6 km climb and then 1 km of undulating road to the pass and border crossing. On the Slovenian side, the ascent starts at the beginning of the scenic Logar Valley and is 7 km long.