Acele Morarului is a very aerial alpine route, graded 2A. It starts from Creasta Ascutita, to which you get by hikking on V. Cerbului and Brana Mare a Morarului.
Muchia Caprioarei is an alpine route graded 4B (6 pitches, 7-), found on Peretele Animalelor (in Cheile Rasnoavei). The route offers an amazing landscape.
Muchia Iepurasului is an alpine route graded 5A (5/6 pitches, 7-), found on Peretele Animalelor (in Cheile Rasnoavei). The route offers a great view on the other climbing paths.
Creasta Generalului is an alpine route graded 3B (10 pitches, 6+), which starts at the entrance in Cheile Rasnoavei. The route is very aerial and offers an amazing landscape.
Creasta Costila-Galbenele is an alpine route graded 3A (12 pitches, 6) situated in Bucegi. It is a classical climbing route and offers a great panorama on the surrounding areas.
Creasta Malinului is an alpine route graded 2A (6 pitches, 5), situated in Bucegi. It is a very aerial route, with a panoramic view on the surrounding peaks.
Caraiman mountain from Bucegi offers multiple climbing options, all of them in a very spectacular natural environment. The route starts with climbing on Valea Seaca a Caraimanului (VSC, 1B/2A) to Brana Portitei, then right to Tunelul Picaturii. We continue on Braul Hornurilor and Albisoara Gemenelor un to the Cross.
Muchia Bondarului is an alpine route graded 4B (6 pitches, 6+), situated in Piatra Craiului. It is a great line, which offers a technical and aerial climbing on the upper part.
Portita Caraimanului is a natural stone window found in the Bucegi Montains. It is very appreciated by tourists not only for its own beauty, but also for the gorgeous landscapes into the surrounding mountains.
The 7 Stairs Canyon is found on the Nordic side of the mountain Piatra Mare and has a heigth of 120 m (starts at 995 m and goes up to 1115 m). The canyon has been digged in Mesozoic limestone by the stream Sipoaia.
Cerdacul Stanciului is an impressing natural archway, carved into stone by the elements.
The mountain Piatra Mare is well suited for trekking. In this tour we will explore some less frequented paths and watch vegetation forms.
Cheile Rasnoavei is a very picturesque valley surrounded by mountains. Its easy paths recommend it for family tours.
Culmea Grecului and Diham hut offer a splendid view on several peaks and valleys from Bucegi (N-E part).
Muchia Cheii goes down from Postavaru Peak (1799 m) to the entrance in Cheile Rasnoavei. It is a wild and unknown route, which goes on top of the climbing walls from Cheile Rasnoavei. It offers a gorgeous panorama over the Bucegi Mountains.
Cheile Horoabei (Horoabe's Gorge) is one of the most spectacular and wild valleys from Bucegi Mountains. The route starts near Padina hut. It first goes up through the forest, then enters a narrow canion, which leads to a wild and picturesque valley.
Brașov is a city in the Transylvania region of Romania, ringed by the Carpathian Mountains. It's well known for its medieval Saxon walls and bastions, the towering Gothic-style Black Church and lively cafes.
Sighisoara is located in the historic region of Transylvania. With its intact 16th century gem with nine towers, cobbled streets, burgher houses and ornate churches, it represents one of the most beautiful and well-preserved medieval towns in Europe. It is a very popular tourist destination, designated World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Peles Castle is a Neo-Renaissance castle in the southeastern Carpathian mountains, near an existing medieval route linking Transylvania and Wallachia. The castle was built between 1873-1914 for Carol I (the first king of Romania) and was inaugurated in 1883. The complex is found northwest of Sinaia and is composed of three monuments: Peleș Castle, Pelișor Castle, and the Foișor Hunting Lodge.
Bran Castle (better known as Dracula's Castle) is located in Bran, 25 km southwest of Brașov. It is a national monument and landmark in Romania. The fortress is on the Transylvanian side of the historical border with Wallachia.