11 yeas ago, Nicolae Dobre was leaving us. Today we celebrate 65 years since Fisura Margaretelor (Peretele din Vâlcelul lui Theodoru (Vâlcelul Ascuns)) first ascent


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General characteristics

 Sursă: Wikipedia 

Description - Translated with Yandex Tanslate

The most important part of the massif is made up mainly of blocks of granite, and the granodioritice, and it's called Docking the Sea on the south, to the relief being developed, and the masses are more important than stepping, it's called Docking, Small. They are joined in the vicinity of the lake to Enjoy.

The most interesting and followed the trails are located in the areas you Enjoy, the Cross and the City. The tracks are in the regime of the adventure, it is recommended that you take it up with the new set of phones. The most commonly used routes are: the Edge of the Sea (which would be a good idea to bring pitons and a hammer), the Crest of the Eagle, the 25th of October, The US in of the Tower of the Gate.

In the summer, the area is quite cold, the majority of routes, with exposure to the north, and in the winter it is usually rich in rainfall, the walls being laden with snow.
Information source
Parcul Naţional Retezat

Stone: granite


Mountain massifs  

Nr.    Name    Stone    Routes    Diaries    Climbs    
1.Bucura Fantastic With picture Coordinatesgranite223215
2.Peleaga Fantastic With topo Coordinatesgranite2874
3.Judele Fantastic With topo With picture Coordinatesgranite1940
4.Retezat Coordinatesgranite800
5.Stânişoara Coordinatesgranite300
6.Pietrele Coordinatesgranite500
7.Păpuşa Coordinatesgranite000
8.Trasee izolategranite410
9.Cheile Buţii Coordinateslimestone910
10.Retezatul Mic (Piatra Iorgovanului - Piule) Coordinateslimestone000

Access and retreat - Translated with Yandex Tanslate

GPS: N 45° 22' 08.3" E 22° 52' 06.6"    


Route distribution


Sursă: Wikipedia


GPS: N 45° 22' 08.3" E 22° 52' 06.6"    

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