Week-end tours can be organized in Bucegi, Piatra Craiului, Fagaras Mountains or Moeciu de Sus – Bran area. These tours start on Saturday morning and end on Sunday afternoon. Depending on your preferences, these tours could be in moutain areas which offer accommodation in chalets or boarding houses, or where the night could be spent in a tent or a sheep farm, mountain shelters or hunting houses. So, it all depends on where you want to spend your week-end, and most of all how much of the week-end you want to spend trekking. Minimum number of participants is 1, maximum 10. Most of the week-end trekking take place during all seasons, and snowshoes will be used during winter for an easier walk. The duration can be of 1 or 2 days.
You can find few general proposal on this site, but we can have these tours organized in any mountain areas from Romania, at request.
Please, do not hesitate to contact me for more information.
– Proposal 1 – Week-end trekking at Balea Lake Chalet, in Fagaras Mountains
– Proposal 2 – Week-end trekking including climbing the highest Romanian peak, Moldoveanu Peak (2545m), in Fagaras Moutains. Also the third highest peak from Romanian Carpathians will be climbed – Vistea Mare (2527m)
– Proposal 3 – Week-end trekking including climbing on the second highest peak in the Romanian Carpathians, Negoiu Peak (2535m) in Fagaras Mountains.
– Proposal 4 – Week-end trekking in Bucegi Mountains, crossing this massif from Sinaia to Bran.
– Proposal 5 – Week-end trekking in Piatra Craiului National Park, crossing Zarnestiului Precipices and visiting an authentical sheep farm, not a touristical one !
– Proposal 6 – Week-end in Moeciu de Sus – Bran area, with 2 days trekking in Fundata – Fundatica – Moeciu de Sus areas.
– Proposal 7 – A week-end during which we will cross Baiului Mountains from Predeal to Sinaia, admiring the panoramic view of the steep eastern side of Bucegi Mountains, which will join us all along this trekking.
– Proposal 8 – week-end trekking in Brasov area. The trips will be done in Piatra Mare Massif, crossing 7 Scari (7 Stairs) canion, and in Postavaru Massif.