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[29 Apr 2011 | No Comment | ]
Jgheabul cu Hotaru route in Ceahlau Mountain

Jgheabul cu Hotaru route is marked with a blue triangle and starts at Izvorul Muntelui chalet. The initial portion of the route is on Lutu Rosu blue dot marking, until the intersection with the asphalted road that goes from Izvorul Muntelui to Durau resort.
After this point the route is marked with a blue triangle placed on orientation pillars. You’ll have to walk on the asphalted road for about 2 km, until you’ll reach an intersection from which the route goes on the dirt road from your left. This is also …

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[10 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]
Touristic route in Ceahlau Massif: Durau – Duruitoarea Waterfall – Dochia

Route no 5: Durau Resort (800 m) – Vesuri Plane (1200 m) – Duruitoarea Waterfall (1210 m) – Polita Scaius (1400 m) – Polita Arinis (1650 m) – Piciorul Schiop (1780 m) – Dochia Chalet (1750 m)
This hiking route from Ceahlau Massif is marked since 1936 and it’s one of the first marked routes from Ceahlau. The marking is a red cross on a white background, the time necessary to make this route is about 5 hours and the length of the route is about 7.5 km. Because of its …

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[18 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]
Touristic route in Ceahlau: Bicazul Ardelean village – Curmatura Stanile – Dochia Chalet

This touristic route is located on the south west region of Ceahlau Massif. Here are some points along the route: Bicazul Ardelean (580 m) – Telec (680 m) – Curmatura Stanile (1420 m) – Dochia Chalet (1750 m). The route is marked with a blue line on a white background. The length of the route is 17 km.
The route can be made on foot from Bicazul Ardelean village to Dochia Chalet or by car to the end of the dirt road that goes through “Poiana Stanile” Plane and then by …

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[9 Aug 2010 | One Comment | ]
Ceahlau Massif Route: Durau Resort – Fantanele Chalet – Toaca Peak – Dochia Chalet

This hiking route from Ceahlau Massif is located on the north side of the mountain. The starting point is in Durau Resort (800 m), continues to Fantanele Chalet (1220 m), Panaghia Stone, Toaca Peak and Dochia Chalet (1750 m). The marking of the route is a red stripe.
The necessary time to make this route is between 3h and 3h and 30 min and has a length of 7,5 km. The level difference is about 950 m. From Fantanele Chalet you can also go to Duruitoarea Waterfall by following a yellow …

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[9 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]
Hiking route in Ceahlau: Izvorul Muntelui – Poiana Maicilor Plane – Dochia Chalet

This hiking route is one of the most used on the west side of Ceahlau Mountain. During winter, because of the high quantities of snow from Ocolasul Mic the route is not recommended. The time necessary to make this hiking route is between 4 and 6 hours (depending on how well trained the group is). The length of the route is about 9 km and the marking is a red line.
The hike will start in front of Izvorul Muntelui chalet. After you look one more time at Dochia chalet, anticipating …

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[31 Jan 2010 | No Comment | ]
Route in Ceahlau: Izvorul Muntelui – Dochia Chalet (Lutu Rosu)

Cottage Izvorul Muntelui  – Curmatura Lutu Rosu – Dochia Chalet – Jgheabul cu Hotar – Dochia Rock – Izvorul Muntelui Chalet

From the Cottage Izvorul Muntelui you can reach the Dochia Chalet (on top of the Mountain Ceahlau) and comeback to the base of the mountain in the same day. Following two touristic routes, this way you’ll experience more of the beauties of Ceahlau Mountain. Both routes are marked on the map and are safe to walk on. Along the routes you’ll also encounter small panels that will tell you few …

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