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Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge) – Touristic Guide

11 March 2011 No Comment

cheile-bicazului-touristic-guideCheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge), because of its impressive size represents a true touristic attraction that offers spectacular views and multiple entertainment possibilities. The road that goes through Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge) is like a gorge carved in rock, with many close twists and huge stone walls.

Together with the hiking routes and “Lacul Rosu” Lake (translated The Red Lake), Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge) are part of Cheile Bicazului – Hasmas Park. At the base of the gorge you’ll see Cheile Sugaului – Munticelu Reservation through which you can go to Barnadu village, located behind the stone walls.

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Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge) hides wild sceneries behind the stone walls that wait for you to discover it. The narrow valley together with small waterfalls, isolated rocks, caves and rocky stones create this picturesque place that impresses you with their unique beauty that transforms this area in a true touristic attraction, unique in Romania.

Touristic attractions in Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge)

Here are the most important attractions from Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge): Cheile Sugaului Reservation, located at the entrance in Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge), Cheile Laposului (Lapos Gorge) and “Piatra Altarului” Stone (The Altar Stone), Munticelu Cave, The Tunnel Cave, Cheile Bicajelului (Bicajel Gorge), Hasmasu Mare Peak, Cupas Gorge, Lacul Rosu resort and “Piatra Singuratica” Stone.

Touristic routes in Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge)

Tourists that love outdoor walks have the chance to hike on 18 touristic routes in Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge). These routes will take you behind the massive stone walls in a world with breathtaking sceneries, haystacks and simple people that still live by the old rules. On Bicajel Valley, tourists can accommodate at one of the traditional pensions.

Markings of touristic routes in Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge)

Route 1 (red line) starts in Pasul Pangarati and goes through “Poiana Alba” Plane
Route 2 (red cross) goes through “Balconul de Piatra” and starts in the center of Lacul Rosu Resort
Route 3 (blue triangle) goes through Saua Suhard and starts in the center of Lacul Rosu Resort
Route 4 (yellow line) goes through Saua Piatra Rosie and Surducului road and starts in the center of Lacul Rosu Resort
Route 5 (blue dot) goes through Lapos road and starts at Cupas Creek
Route 6 (red cross, from the base of Cupas red dot)goes through Cheile Bicazului and starts at Cupas Creek
Route 7 (yellow triangle) goes through Vararilor road and starts in the center of Lacul Rosu Resort
Route 8 (blue dot) goes through Piatra Cherecului Peak and starts in Lacul Rosu Resort, near the lake
Route 9 (blue line) goes through Piatra Potcoavei and starts in Lacul Rosu Resort
Route 10 (blue cross) goes through Piatra Licos and reaches Licos cave
Route 11 (red triangle) goes through Piatra Rosie up to the panoramic point Piatra Ghilgos
Route 12 (red dot) goes through the valley of Jgheabul Cherecului Creek up to the small village Bicajel
Route 13 (blue dot) goes through Piatra Ghilgos and starts in Lacul Rosu Resort
Route 14 (red dot) goes through Gatul Cupas up to Vinkli plane
Route 15 (red triangle, from Gatul Cupas red dot) goes through Lapos canyon to Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge)
Route 16 ( red triangle, from Saua Tifra without markings) goes through Saua Tifra
Route 17 (blue line) starts at Izvorul Oltului and goes to Piatra Singuratica Chalet
Route 18 (red cross and red line) starts in Halta Tarcau and goes to Piatra Singuratica Chalet

We invite you to visit Cheile Bicazului (Bicaz Gorge), this unique touristic attraction, to enjoy the fresh air, the beautiful sceneries, the mountain routes, the special image of Lacul Rosu Lake and of course to return for another visit.

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