Raduha is a 2062 m high mountain in the eastern Kamnik–Savinja Alps, separated from the main group by the deep Savinja river canyon. Its elongated ridge runs in the direction northeast-southwest with individual peaks ranging from the lowest Jelovec (1845 m), followed by Lanež (1925 m), Mala Raduha (2029 m) and finally to the highest peak, Velika Raduha (2062 m).
Raduha’s south-eastern slope is steep near the top and covered in grass and low pines, while the middle slopes are home to sparse larch forest. The mountain’s western and northern sides are rocky and descend towards the woods over the Savinja, the Klobaša Valley, and Grohat mountain with the Koča na Grohatu hut (1460 m).
At the top of Raduha, visitors can appreciate the spectacular view of the Alpine world. Especially noteworthy sights are Robanov kot, Solčava village, the highest peaks of the Kamnik–Savinja Alps, and the serrated peaks of the Julian Alps, Obir, Olševa, Peca, Golica, and more.