Project Description

The “Alps of Transylvania” as they were called in 1907 by Emannuel de Mrtonne, are “the proudest, the tallest, the most icy and the most alpine” as the geologist Marcian Bleahu said.

The alpine pastures with a rich flora, the black goats that can be seen on the ridges, the glacial circles in which “ponds” were formed, the lofty ridges that rise above the valleys offer the traveler an unforgettable spectacle. From day trips, 2-3-day tours to the East-West Crossing of the main ridge, everything can be done safely with the Go Outside team.