The best hiking trail at Cheile Turzii | Turda Gorge – Romania

Turda gorge is a natural reservoir in Turda, Cluj County. The canyon, formed through the erosion of the Jurassic limestone of the mountain, is 3km long and the walls have heights reaching 300 m.

It is loved by climbers who can chose from over 300 climbing trails, but also by people who want to break out into the nature. You can easily walk through the gorge following the red circle trail.

It has quite a few cool bridges, epic sceneries and caves on the way. It takes more or less about 50 min to cross it from one side to the other.

Cheile Turzii contains one of the richest and most scenic karst landscapes in Romania. More than 1000 plants and animal species live here.

Once you crossed the canyon you can continue your journey up to the cliff and back to the other side which will take you another 2h-3h to complete. It is probably one of the most beautiful trails I have ever done near my home-town.

I advice going to the Turda Gorge early in the morning to avoid the tourists and follow the red circle trail. This takes around 4-5 hours to complete with photo break and lunch break. Totally recommend it.

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Walking through Cheile Turzii | Turda Gorge – Romania

Turda gorge is a natural reservoir in Turda, Cluj County. The canyon, formed through the erosion of the Jurassic limestone of the mountain, is 3km long and the walls have heights reaching 300 m. It is loved by climbers who can chose from over 300 climbing trails, but also by people who want to break out into the nature.

You can easily walk through the gorge following the red circle trail. It has quite a few cool bridges, epic sceneries and caves on the way. It takes more or less about 50 min to cross it from one side to the other.

Cheile Turzii contains one of the richest and most scenic karst landscapes in Romania. More than 1000 plants and animal species live here. Once you crossed the canyon you can continue your journey up to the cliff and back to the other side which will take you another 2h-3h to complete.

POROLISSUM – the roman military camp – Romania

Porolissum was an ancient Roman city in Dacia. Established as a military camp in 106 during Trajan’s Dacian Wars, the city quickly grew through trade with the native Dacians and became the capital of the province Dacia Porolissensis in 124. The site is one of the largest and best-preserved archaeological sites in modern-day Romania. It is 8 km away from the modern city of Zalău, in Moigrad-Porolissum village, Mirsid Commune, Sălaj County.

 

Gyozott a barany – Adi Seres

Győzött a Bárány

I wish everyone Happy Easter and above Easter bunnies and chocolate eggs may the true meaning of Easter bless your hearts. “It is finished!” (John 19:30) | Christ is risen! I am singing the The Lamb has overcome – Luke Morton’ song in Hungarian. The song talks about the fact the Lamb of God has won, it is finished.

I hope you enjoy it.

Crazy snowboarding in Jasna, Slovakia

Finally got some good weather in Jasna, Slovakia. We took advantage of the good weather and went as high as possible to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the low Tatra’s.

We came down on the blue line which was a very long journey, but enjoyable.

We went up once more, but this time to the top, to Chopok which was mental, but more on this in the next video.

Jasna, Chopok – Snowboarding 2019

I have been longing for quite some time to go snowboarding somewhere outside of Romania. After sharing my thoughts with my friends we ended up deciding on Jasna, Slovakia. Chopok being the highest altitude in the Low Tatras, Slovakia planning to do the Winter Olympics there in 2022, we were pumped about it. We wanted to go big on this.

It’s a five hour journey from home to this small town called Mikulas, where we are planning to stay for next couple of days.

Our enthusiasm kind of dropped once we arrived and we saw that is raining. It was heavily raining outside, the parking spaces were flooded and 80% of the slopes closed. I started to believe that we took a bad decision when we decided to buy a 2 day ticket.

Well, we did a 600km journey to get to this place, so we didn’t do such an effort to stay inside and skip snowboarding and skiing. We went for it.

We could go up to 1600m altitude which still gave us a nice ride down, despite the rain.

After a good few hours on the slope, we got soaked wet and decided to go home, warm up and get some rest. Hoping to be more lucky the following day.

Cavnic Super Ski – is it any good?

What’s up beautiful people – today is another snowboarding day.

Here are a few reasons why the Cavnic Super Ski is my one favourite snowboarding destination in Romania:

  • It’s 2.5 hours away from my home – Zalau – Cavnic – 120KM
  • only 100lei / day and it’s open from 9am till 8pm
  • It’s long enough and fast enough
  • So it’s short and sweet – perfect for beginners like myself
  • Plenty of snow, beautify scenery and loads of fun

So let’s hit the road again and have some fun

 

Super Ski Cavnic – Maramures

What’s up beautiful people?!

It’s 2019 and I am stepping into my 3rd year of creating content on YouTube.

This year I will continue sharing my travel adventures, but also bring more value to everyone who is following by sharing tips&tricks, does and don’t in order to help you to have a more pleasant experience in your next travel destination.

I am planning to go to Japan, further explore Romania, hike mountains and explore different countries in Europe.

I have a hole bunch of new gear so will share with you guys the tips about the best way to document your travel adventures.

The main problem when it comes to traveling is the fact that it costs a lot of money and we struggle saving enough to travel as much as we would like. I will share with you in my upcoming videos different ways in getting an extra income into your savings to travel more.