Project Description

The Dacians considered it the home of the god Zalmoxis. The ancient name of the Ceahlau Massif is Peon, a name that in Greek meant “the house of the pillar”. Today, the Ceahlau Massif is considered the second holy mountain of Orthodox Christianity, after Mount Athos.
The Ocolasului Mare steep, Toaca, Piatra cu Apa, Detunatele, Claile lui Miron, Masa Dacică, Panaghia, Dorobanțul, Cascada Duruitoarea are just some of the attractions of this mountain dressed in myths and legends.