Pietrosul Rodnei

Photo by Roman Bruehwiler.

Pietrosul Rodnei (sommet de montagne) is part of the Tentative list of Romania in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

Pietrosul Rodnei is the highest point of the Rodna Mountains at 2,303m. It is part of the Rodna National Park and Biosphere Reserve, where brown bears, lynx, gray wolves, black capercaillies and eagles exist.

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Netherlands - 27-Dec-22 -

Pietrosul Rodnei  (T) by Patrik

I climbed Pietrosul Rodnei on 16th September 2021 when I stayed in a pension in Bor┼ča for 5 nights. The main path is well signposted but I used a shortcut straight accross the road from my pension. This track was muddy and overgrown. At one point the track was closed as new houses had been built but a lady of the house pointed me in the right direction towards the monastery where I joined the main track. One can drive up to the monastery and walk from there, this saves quite some time and effort.

The track beyond the monastery is beautiful and well maintained and the views from the top were splendid. I rested in the sun for a while with few other people and then went down again. The next day the rain came in and the mountain view remained obscured for the days to come.

Despite the natural beauty, it is unclear to me how this mountain top distinguishes itself.

Full Name
Pietrosul Rodnei (sommet de montagne)
Natural landscape - Mountain
1991 Added to Tentative List

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