4 Mountains in 7 days: Piatra Mare (Big Stone) Mountain, Piatra Craiului National Park (King’s Stone), Bucegi Natural Park and Postavaru Mountain

Observations: Best travel time: June-October. Well-marked trails, part of the Carpathian hiking network. Changing weather in summer, requiring good rain gear just in case. Note that walking in the national parks of Romania means you may come across wild animals, including Brown Bears. To avoid unexpected meetings, try to speak louder with your travel mates when hiking in some of the most dense forests.
Group Size: Min. 2 persons

Solowalks program

Explore 4 mountains in 7 days in the magnificent Carpathian mountains range!

4 Mountains in 7 days

Piatra Mare (Big Stone) Mountain, Piatra Craiului National Park (King’s Stone), Bucegi Natural Park and Postavaru Mountain

DESCRIPTION & FEATURES OF THE TREKKING TOUR

Tour highlights:

♦ Piatra Craiului National Park – with its narrow and saw-like ridge the mountains are considered to be one of the most beautiful in Carpathian mountains range

♦ Bucegi Natural Park is Romania’s best-kept secret, rivalling Slovakia’s Tatra Mountains and the Alps when it comes to trekking. Their many glaciers, canyons, caves and lakes offer a wealth of natural beauty, history and adventure.

♦ Brasov – Fringed by the peaks of the Southern Carpathian Mountains and resplendent with gothic, baroque and renaissance architecture, as well as a wealth of historical attractions, Brasov is one of the most visited places in Romania. Founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1211 on an ancient Dacian site and settled by the Saxons as one of the seven walled citadels, Brasov exudes a distinct medieval ambiance and has been used as backdrop in many recent period films. Stroll around the old Town Hall Square (Piata Sfatului) where you can admire colorfully painted and ornately trimmed baroque structures. Take a peek inside the Black Church (Biserica Neagra), the largest gothic church between Vienna and Istanbul. The interior is impressive and well-kept and houses one of the largest organs in Eastern Europe.