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The Rodna Mountains have one of the longest continuous ridge in Romania, with over 50 km from west to east. The two highest points are the peaks Pietrosul Rodnei and Ineu, with a height of 2303 and 2279 meters respectively.
They are best suited for hiking during the summer and ski touring/snow shoeing in winter.
They are also particularly famous because they have late snow in the spring months.
While the crest itself does not present any difficulty, the challenge is its massive length and the absence of drinking water (except a few springs and glacial lakes).
A complete walk along Rodnei’s main ridge takes between 2 and 3 days, depending on the weather and resistance of the hiker/skier.
We invite you to a winter tour in these majestic mountains, enjoying a lot of snow and fairy landscapes.
SKI TOURING / SNOWSHOEING TOUR PROGRAM Join us on a tour in the second largest National Park and also one of the best preserved glacial landscapes in Romania.
Day 1 – You will be met on arrival in Suceava, Vatra Dornei or Borsa by a representative of Outdoor the World and transferred to your accommodation in Borsa. This afternoon is for you to relax and explore the surroundings.
Day 2 – Freeride / Ski touring / Snowshoeing on Gargalau Peak (2159m) Depending on the preferences and weather conditions there are several possibilities.
Day 3 – Freeride / Ski touring / Snowshoeing on Cearcanu Peak (1847m) Depending on the preferences and weather conditions there are several possibilities. In the evening, you will be transferred back to Suceava, Vatra Dornei or Borsa, for your next destination.
The itinerary is informative and is subject to change or cancellation due to weather conditions or other unforeseeable circumstances. In this case, the money will be refunded or an alternative tour will be proposed. On request, we are pleased to put together a 100% tailor made tour for you.
– Meet & Assist for the arrival & departure
– All transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle
– English speaking Mountain Guide
– 2 nights on HB at 2 and 3 star property – Breakfast only (Half Board)
– Rescue Service
– International Airfare tickets
– *Rental of personal equipment
– *Additional Mountain Guides (available on request)
– *Additional transfers from /or to the airport (in case of delayed flights)
– Food and drinks unless specified
– Personal expenses, tips, etc. * available on request
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GENERAL ADVICE: We strongly recommend to have your own personal equipment. It helps you feel comfortable during the trip. We have listed all the necessary equipment below. Please, check it and make sure you have it or you can contact us for advice and rental options.
– Avalanche kit (probe, transceiver, shovel)
– Apline touring / backcountry skis + Ski touring boots + Skins
– Ski helmet
– Snowshoes + Winter boots
– Ski poles / Adjustable trekking poles
– Ski goggles
– Glacier glasses / Sun glasses with 100% UV protection
– Headlamp with new batteries + Extra batteries
– Comfortable backpack (20-30 liters)
– Steel thermos (0.5 -1 liter)
– Small personal first aid kit (with personal medications)
– Sunscreen (SPF 40-50)
– Lip Balm (SPF 30)
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT / AT OUR REQUEST:
– Light Crampons (with proper size and fastening system for your boots or ski touring boots)
– Light ice axe with a leash.
– Light adjustable climbing harness + two locking carabiners
– Avalanche Airbag Backpack (ABS, Snowpulse, BCA, JetForce, Voltair, etc.)
– Several pairs of warm ski socks (merino wool preferably)
– Thermal underwear (merino wool preferably)
– Winter Sking / Trekking / Hiking pants
– Softshell / Fleece jacket
– Softshell / Fleece pants
– Light Down jacket
– Hardshell / Gore-Tex jacket
– Warm and waterproof gloves (two pairs)
– Liner gloves for cold weather
– Buff / bandana (two pairs)
– Warm Hat (merino wool preferably)
– Clothes and footwear for the road and cottage state
NECESSARY DOCUMENTS: Medical insurance for outdoor activities and passport.
ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMENT: You have to be at least 18 years old and must be physically and mentaly fit for outdoor activities. You should have no contraindications to engage in anykind of oudoor activities.
All outdoor activities comes with a certain risk. Choosing professional guidance services reduces these risks to a minimum, but the unpredictable factor still exist. Buying this Tour you have to understand the risks and sign a liability release and assumption of risk agreement.
-/ CIPRIAN CONSTANTINEANU /-
Ciprian has loved the mountains since he was a child. The pleasure of organizing groups in outdoor activities started in high school when he began to organize expeditions during the summer holidays with groups of friends. Over time he has obtained several qualifications, such as Canyoning Trip Leader, WW Raft Guide, WW Rescue Technician, Romanian National Mountain Guide, International Mountain Leader and Sport Climbing Instructor.
Together with other guides and partner agencies he organized canyoning and river rafting tours in Romania and throughout Europe, expeditions and tours in the Alps, Elbrus and Kilimanjaro. The variety of fields of activities and outdoor qualifications is reflected in a diversity of tour offers and a high expertise in managing the problems that may arise.
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