Apuseni Mountains, Transylvania, Romania The geological phenomenon you see is called a “ravine” = very small valley often produced by streamcutting erosion. The name of this particular ravine derives from it’s reddish colour: Rusty Pit
Trascau are a group of the Apuseni mountains, belonging to the Western Carpathian Mountains. The highest peak is the hill m).
68 kilometers from Cluj-Napoca one finds one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Romania.“Vălul Miresei” or “Bride's veil” Waterfall pertains to the Răchiţele village and flows in the Apuseni Mountains
Detunatele - Muntii Apuseni / Metaliferi
Romanian Ice Cave in Apuseni Mountains [OC] (2448 x 2448)