Quick Romania Hiking Guide, or all you need to know about hiking in Romania. If you love nature, have a sense of adventure and respect the wild habitat, there are plenty of hiking trails for you in the Carphatians: easy to high difficulty level hiking trails, unique landscapes, glacial doms, alpin lakes and out of range flora and fauna. You can see hiking in Romania’s Carphatians mountains as an alternative to hiking in the Alps, a more off-beat challenge. And you don’t need to be a power hiker to get to see some of the most spectacular panoramas in Romania, some trails are extremely easy to conquer, offering a rewarding view from the top!

Southern Carpathians

Also known as the Transylvanian Alps, the Southern Carpathians are the highest, rockiest and and the most impassable section of Romania's mountains.

The Transfagarasan

The Transfagarasan mountain road is the most dramatic and one of the most spectacular paved roads in the world. Long tunnels, endless twists and turns and an amazing view make for a thrilling ride.

Danube Delta – the Birds’ Paradise

As the waters of the Danube flow into the Black Sea, they form the largest and best preserved of Europe’s deltas, the Danube Delta. A  labyrinth of water and land is building a mosaic of river branches, channels, lakes, sand dunes and oak forests.

Prometheus Statue overseeing the Vidraru Dam

Situated on the Arges River, supported by the slopes of the Pleasa and Vidraru Mountains, along Tranfagarasan, about 40 kilometers from Curtea de Arges, Vidraru Dam is considered by the specialists a real jewel of engineering. The first arch dam in Romania, Vidraru Dam was built in 1966 with the purpose of creating hydroelectricity....

Hiking Trails 2018 in Romania

Hiking is the best way to discover the beauty of Romanian mountains and there’s a choice out there for every mountain passionate.  Take the opportunity…Hiking Trails 2018 in Romania was last modified: June 27th, 2018 by Travel Guru