Project Description

Having one of the best preserved glacial landscapes in the country, the Rodna Mountains National Park is the second largest in Romania. Located in the north of the Eastern Carpathians, it combines both peaks over 2000 meters high with hills, but its dominant note remains the spectacular glacial relief.

If you want to look for marmots in the Iezer Valley, if you want to see the ridge in the sunset light seen from Ineu Peak, if you want to admire the largest waterfall in Romania – Cascada Cailor (80 m), if you want to see the mountain peony from the Lala Valley we are the right choice.

The Go Outside team offers guided tours of 2 or more days, with a pre-set schedule or that can be adapted to your wishes, throughout the year.