Măcin






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 Măcin 

Description - Translated with Yandex Tanslate

The Macin mountains are divided into two major areas are relevant:
- Culmea pricopan heights, in the north-west, weak-wooded, dominated by cliffs, steep slopes, ecosystems, steppe;
The high point of the main area, for the most part heavily wooded, presenting in the north west, a high relief, and steep, descending smoothly to the south and to the east in the form of a slope with a gentle slope, with the river basins of the woods.

Climbing in the Region is relatively new, with the first trails were opened in the early 80's. The area for rock climbing was developed beginning in the mid - ' 90s. The areas for rock climbing in the Dobrogea area, including the mountains of the Region, the activity of rock climbing is carried out according to a Code of Ethics for rock Climbing (CHECK), a document which was adopted in 2002 by the climbers of the local. All of the climbers visiting the area, you are required to abide by it.
Information source
carpati.org - http://www.carpati.org/ghid_montan/muntii/macin-28/alpinism/
Marian Anghel, "Cătărare în Măcin", revista Invitaţie în Carpaţi, anul 9, nr. 52 serie nouă, noiembrie 2005, pag. 50-56
Hartă - Munţii Nostri nr 41, 1987
Poză - https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Munţii_Măcin




Stone: granite

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Mountain massifs  

Nr.    Name    Stone    Routes    Diaries    Climbs    
1.Culmea Pricopanului Coordinatesgranite1500
2.Culmea Principală Fantastic With topo Coordinatesgranite642237

Access and retreat - Translated with Yandex Tanslate

GPS: N 45° 11' 02.7" E 28° 16' 20.5"    

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GPS: N 45° 11' 02.7" E 28° 16' 20.5"    

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