In the previous blog I wrote about things that make us recharge our batteries. So, here is a short story about a trekking escape that I have done recently.The most convenient (time and distance) trails are in the Bucegi Mountains, which are part of the Romanian Carpathians. Whether by car or train, we can reach the bottom of the route in two and a half hours. This is a pretty fast way to escape to nature, leaving behind the city tumult. So, there I was, with my friends, in Busteni... continue reading
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I just spent a three days extended weekend away from any type of sound except the ones made by the mountain springs, few high altitude species of birds or by the high wind of a lost storm.I had the opportunity this year to "conquer" the top 5 peaks in Romania (which may not mean that much for experienced climbers since the highest reaches 2545 meters) but for a non-professional like myself it's such an accomplishment!This kind of an escape from the daily schedule is a recommendation I... continue reading
Situated between Bucegi Mountains and King's Stone Mountains, the Rucar-Bran Passage is one of the most spectacular natural views in Romania. This passage links the countiesof Brasov and Arges from Brasov city to Campulung Muscel city.Along this passage you can find many tourist objectives like: Bran Castle, Rasnov Fortress, Dambovicioara Gorges and Cave, Dambovita Gorges and someBran Castle, situated near Bran and in the immediate vicinity of Braşov, is a national monument and landmark in... continue reading
The Carpathian Mountains or Carpathians are a range of mountains forming an arc of 1500 km across Eastern Europe. Because the Carpathians has until 2544 m altitude, under the "forever" snow, you can see the winter in this mountains from october (november) to may (june), depands on altitude.Emmanuel de Martonne, the famous geographer of XIX century, said about Fagaras mountains (highest in south Carpathians) that they are Transylvanian Alps. Even they are not so higher like Alps, this ridge is... continue reading
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