nordvarg:   Bucegi Mountains, Romania

The Carpathian Mountains run in a great arc across Romania, rising to over 2500 metres in Transylvania and include some of the wildest mountain walking in Europe.

The Sphinx is a natural rock formation in the Bucegi Mountains in Romania. It is located at an altitude of 2,216 metres (7,270 ft). The image of the sphinx appeared when the rock, having an 8 m height and a 12 m width, was watched from a certain angle. The megalith has its clearest outline on 21 November, at the time the sun goes down.

The Romanian Sphinx, Bucegi Mountains, Romania The Sphinx is a natural rock formation in the Bucegi Natural Park which is in the Bucegi Mountains of Romania. It is located at an altitude of metres, a walk from the Babele.

The road to Turda Gorge in Transylvania, Romania (by Sergiu Bacioiu).

Turda Gorge (Transylvania, Romania) – drive out to one of Romania’s most accessible hiking spots in the Fall for amazing foliage spotting.

Apuseni Mountains

The Apuseni Mountains are located in Western Romanian Carpathians region of Transylvania. The Romanian translation for Apuseni means "of the sunset". The highest peak is Bihorul Peak or Cucurbăta Mare, which stands over feet or meters).

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