The Bucegi Mountains

The Bucegi Mountains is a stretch of the Carpathian range, more or less directly south of Braşov. I stayed in Sinaia, which is on the Wallachian side in the valley of the Prahova river. The pictures on this page are all from my walks in the mountains. Pictures from Sinaia itself are on a separate page. To set the scene: I took a cable car from Sinaia up to 1998 metres above sea level, far above the tree line, and there are quite a few pictures from the bare mountain.

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Furnica to Babele

1. Furnica
 

2. Valley View
 

3. Written in Stone
 

4. Sheep on a Slope
 

5. Grasshopper
 

6. Dense Shrubs
 

7. Sports Field
 

8. The Cross on the Mountain
 

9. Cabana Piatra Arsă
 

10. Sheep-Farming
Babele

11. Rock Formations
 

12. Rock Formations II
 

13. The Sphinx
 

14. Sun-Basking
 

15. Mountain Flowers
Down Valea Jepilor

16. Above the Gorge
 

17. Cable Car Tower
 

18. Cable Car
 

19. The Path
 

20. Mountain Side
 

21. Weird Flower
 

22. In Memory Of
 

23. Steep Path
 

24. A View of the Gorge
 

25. More Funny Flowers
 

26. Trees Climbing the Mountain
 

27. More Climbing Trees
 

28. Deer
 

29. Looking Back
 

30. Trees
 

31. More Deer
 

32. Leafy Trees
 

33. Forest Path
 

34. What is this???
 

35. An Opening
 

36. Ramshackle Houses
Up Valea Jepilor

37. Mountain Cross
 

38. Cable Car Queue
 

39. Cable Car Route
 

40. Waterfall from Above
 

41. Those Climbing Trees
 

42. The Path
Iaolomiţa Valley

43. Downhill Again
 

44. Rocky Terrain
 

45. View over Iaolomiţa
 

46. Cow
 

47. Farmyard with Pool
 

48. Follow the Slope
 

49. Horse Carriage
 

50. Down in the Valley
 

51. Chapel
 

52. Woman and Cow
 

53. Road with Stream
 

54. Turning Back
Back to Sinaia

55. The Rest of a Trunk
 

56. Timber Limit
 

57. Road Crossing
 

58. Sheep
 

59. Well-Marked Path
 

60. Dry Stream Bed
 

61. Butterfly
 

62. Ski-Lift
 

63. Sinaia
 

64. On the Way Home

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