Donačka gora (also Rogaška Gora, 884 m) is a hill in the eastern part of Slovenia and represents the last extensions of the Karavanke mountain range, which end with Ivanjščica and Ravna gora in Croatia.
Donačka Gora rises steeply from the hills at the foot, into a short and sharp ridge. The latter offers a great view, so it is also a popular excursion point, especially for nearby Rogaška Slatina and Rogatec.
Boč (978 m) is a steep hill in the Boč Landscape Park in the Bočko mountain range, south-east of Poljčane in the south-eastern part of the Karavanke mountain range.
Because of its uniqueness, variety and natural beauties, the wider area of Boč is protected as a landscape park. It is characterized by thick and fairly preserved forests, while the interweaving of meadows and forests provides an exceptional biotic diversity of the area. Due to the exceptional natural heritage, Boč with its surroundings was first recognized at home and then also in Europe as a nature conservation area that needs to be preserved.
On Boč there is also a small site of the rare and protected Easter flower (Pulsatilla grandis).