Fagaras Mountains are the largest and highest mountains of the Southern Carpathians.

Făgăraș
Hiking trails, Făgăraș

Turnu Roșu-Chica Pietrelor

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GPS Coordinates:
45,62364 N, 24,30868 E

Duration: 4 h
Length: 9 km
Height difference: +1200 m
Note: Dangerous in the winter

The red crossed route starts from CFR Turnu Roșu railway station to Ciorului hill, in approx. 30 minutes we get to the top, where we go down to the Lunca Frasinului glade. From here we climb to Chica Frasinului, then to the peak Pietriceaua. At 1,000 m altitude, after almost 1 1/2 hour from Turnu Roșu, we start climbing in the serpentine on Hula Pietroasa's edge. The next sustained climb takes us to the Fântâna Peak. After 45 minutes we go to the hole at about. 1350m altitude. Soon we get to the Comarnic edge. From here our road follows the ridge line. Last effort and we reach 1600m, a little east of the two peaks of Chica Muntelui, in Corbul saddle. Here start the marking:

Suru saddle-Corbului saddle Turnu Roșu, Photo: UV Timișoara
Turnu Roșu, Photo: UV Timișoara Turnu Roșu, Photo: UV Timișoara Turnu Roșu, Photo: Csupor Jenő Turnu Roșu, Photo: Csupor Jenő Turnu Roșu, Photo: Csupor Jenő Turnu Roșu, Photo: Andrei Știrbu Turnu Roșu, Photo: Gabriel Gheorghiu Turnu Roșu, Photo: Csupor Jenő Turnu Roșu, Photo: Andrei Știrbu Turnu Roșu, Photo: Csupor Jenő
Turnu Roșu, Photo: Gabriel Gheorghiu

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