Hiking adventures

Hiking on Tampa

Hiking on Tampa Mountain in Brasov is a must-do activity for anyone visiting this beautiful Romanian town. This stunning peak, which rises to a height of 960 meters, offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape, including the town of Brasov itself and the Carpathian Mountains beyond. Once you reach the summit, you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views that are simply unforgettable. From here, you’ll be able to see the entire town of Brasov spread out below you, as well as the surrounding mountains: the Postăvarul massif, then the Piatra Craiului mountains, the Bucegi mountains, and on clear days including the Ciucaș Mountains If you want to continue the hike, you can climb up to the Postăvaru Massif.This hike requires 1 day and is recommended for those with experience and physical condition.

Postăvarul Mountain

For those who do not want to travel far away, the Postăvarul Summit offers a unique overview of all the surrounding mountains. The routes start from Brasov or can be shortened by taking the bus to Poiana Brasov. The cabin at the top provides excellent food with a view.

A hike in Piatra Mare

A hike in Piatra Mare can include one of the following objectives: 7 Ladders Canyon, Ice Cave or Tamina Canyon. Piatra Mare gives you the feeling of wilderness, even though it is quite close to Brașov. On the way to the top, you can stop for a hydration break at Piatra Mare Hut.

The beauty of Ciucas Peak

The curious formation of cliffs make Ciucas a perfect place for beautiful images. The flora and fauna are special, with species protected by a number of 3 nature reserves.

Piatra Craiului Mountain

The most beautiful piatra Craiului mountain is the best choice for hiking. The route proposed for initiation into the mysteries of this mountain full of legends begins in Zărnești. Our hike leads to curmătura chalet through Zărneștiului Gorge, then crosses a variety of backgrounds and mountain landscapes.

Bucegi Mountain

The Bucegi Massif is unique due to its mystical image and easy access to the plateau. The uphill paths offer a chance to see a hearing of boots that live in the breathtaking valleys. The trails also offer the chance to discover the raw nature and discover yourself.

Exploring Făgăras Moutains

Also called the Transylvanian Alps, the Fagaras Mountains offer an incredible variety of trails and paths of over 2500 meters. The recommended trip is to the highest point of the country, the Moldoveanu Peak. Starting from Brasov and hiking in Victoria, this route is a long one, but it offers the greatest satisfaction, a top photo on the Romanian roof.

The hikes can be planned both on your own, but if you want to use the services of specialised guides, we highly recommend the  Outdoor Holidays  team. The availability for any of these services will be provided to you directly by our partner.