Mountains in Romania

There are places where everyone wanted to visit me while I lived there. Sicily was such a place. Particularly after they learned that I lived right by the beach, almost every week relatives and friends wanted to come over .

In other places, I am almost not being bothered at all. Romania is such a country. Almost nobody is able to even find Târgu Mureș on a map. “Why would I want to go to Romania?” they wonder and ask, displaying their lack of geographical, historical and cultural knowledge, thereby missing out on a lot, not least mountains like these.

DL Piatra CraiuluiDL Piatra Mica 2





These photos were taken by my brother during our ascent of Piatra Mică, which at 1,816 m is not Romanian’s highest, but its steepest mountain. Don’t be scared though, even my 65-year old mother managed it, so you can do it too!

Mutter Gipfel 1

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a writer, a spy or a hobo.
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9 Responses to Mountains in Romania

  1. smilebac says:

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  2. Beautiful. It would be a dream to see them in real life.

  3. lcgillespie says:

    Beautiful pictures!

  4. Adaku says:

    Breathtaking view! I would come to visit everyday! :D

  5. mulan92 says:

    You make my feet itch. ;)

  6. brokenradius says:

    I guess that potential guests are scared by the count Dracula stereotype. I once did a hiking tour trough the Piatra Crajuli and through Retezat, and have to admit that this is really a breathtaking nature.

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