Hiking in Romania «Rodna Alps»
The Rodna mountain massif lies south of the Montenegrin mountain range and is the highest mountain range of the Eastern Carpathians with the peak of Petrosul Rodney (2,303 meters). Trekking through the Rodnyansky Alps will acquaint you with the unusual national park of Romania, in which you can see a unique natural phenomenon - the flowering of the Carpathian rhododendron, which is sometimes called the chervono ruta.
Duration: 6 daysDistance: ~65 kmStart: Ivano-FrankivskFinish: Ivano-FrankivskAccommodation: tentEffort level: medium
Route of trekking in Romania
Ivano-Frankivsk - Solotvyne - Borsha - Lake Iezer (1840 meters) - Mount Petrosul Rodney (2303 meters) - Mount Buhaescu Mare (2268 meters) - Mount Ribra (2119 meters) - Mount Kormai (2033 meters) - Mount Negoyasa Mare (2049) meters) - Mount Galatului (2048 meters) - Mount Gargalau (2159 meters) - Mount Omului (2135 meters) - Mount Chisha (2,039 meters) - Mount Inehu (2279 meters) - Lake La Tau (1750 meters) - Waterfall Kailor (Horse ) - Borsha - Sighetu-Marmatius - Ivano-Frankivsk