Romania Travel

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Highest peak of the massif is Pietrosul Rodnei rising 2303 m above sea level, followed by Ineu Peak with 2279 m.

Renowned by Canionul 7 Scari (7 Stairs Canion) and Cascada Tamina (Tamina Waterfall) Piatra Mare Massif is rising 1844 m above sea level.

Also called the Transylvanian Alps, Fagaras are the highest mountains of the Romanian Carpathians with Moldoveanu Peak rising 2544 m above sea level and Negoiu Peak to 2535 m.

Ciucas Peak is the tallest having 1954 m.

Access from DN 1A.

Nearby localities: Cheia, Ploiesti, Valenii de Munte

Accomodation: Muntele Rosu and Ciucas huts

Highest peak is Omu having an elevation of 2505 m above sea level.

On the very large Bucegi plateau there are very interesting rock formations The Sphinx and Babele (The old women).

One of the most beautiful mountain range in Romania with a narrow saw-like ridge having the highest peak of 2238 m ("La Om" Peak or "Piscul Baciului").

Located in the western part of Romania, The Retezat Mountains are one of the highest mountain ranges of the Romanian, being part of the Southern Carpathians.