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Carpathian Mountain Trails

Overview

This destination offers pack trips through the Eastern Carpathian Mountains of Romania exploring Székely Land, a historic area lying within the famed region of Transylvania. The region offers beautiful, varied scenery ranging from high mountains to rolling hills, wild forests and open meadows. The …

Highlights

  • Relaxing, slower paced rides over adventurous terrain
  • Choice of pack trips
  • Ride through untouched nature & magnificent landscapes
  • Homebred, surefooted horses

Essential Facts

  • 4 itineraries available
  • Max 12 riders per group
  • Average of 4 - 5 hours riding per day
  • Weight limit: 90kg / 198 lbs / 14st 2lbs

Description

This destination offers pack trips through the Eastern Carpathian Mountains of Romania exploring Székely Land, a historic area lying within the famed region of Transylvania. The region offers beautiful, varied scenery ranging from high mountains to rolling hills, wild forests and open meadows. The land is primarily unfenced as shepherds still move their flocks through the countryside like in times gone by. These rides lead you through these charming landscapes and untouched nature, avoiding asphalt roads, encountering the local Székely people who live in the valleys and hills. They are easy-going rides that are mostly of a slower pace due to the terrain but with lovely canters through the open meadows. They are the ideal rides for those who love to relax and enjoy nature whilst also experiencing an authentic taste of the country they are visiting. A true escape from the hustle and bustle of busy daily life and time to enjoy magnificent scenery and great camaraderie from horseback.

These riding adventures are hosted and guided by Csaba who fell in love with the mountains at the age of four whilst adventuring with his grandfather. He was taught the basic rule of having respect for horses and nature, something he lives by as he guides visitors through this unspoiled region. Csaba is helped by Katrin who shares his love of the countryside and the horses. She transports the luggage when necessary (if it's not on a packhorse!) and takes care of the cooking, with a focus on organic produce as much as possible.

Please note that all these trails include some walking on foot whilst leading the horses over particularly tricky terrain.

Horses & Riding

Tack

The horses are ridden in English style tour saddles and modified army saddles, with simple snaffle bridles. The team here have designed their own saddlebags for use during the trails.

Horses

The horses here are primarily homebred - Szekler (Carpathian horses) and Lipica crossbreeds. They take part in the tours when they are foals as they follow their mothers, resulting in horses who are very sure-footed, calm and well-balanced. Pack-horses carry all your belongings and are a highlight of this ride. All of the horses live out as a herd when not working and offer a relaxed, peaceful ride through their native lands.

Riding

There are 4 itineraries:

  • Carpathian Adventure Trail is a trail ride
  • The Bears Trail is a trail ride
  • On Bear's Land is a based ride
  • Winter Wonderland Ride is a based ride

Ages

12+ years

Health

General good health and fitness recommended - these are adventurous mountain rides and you may need to walk and lead your horse or manage in inclement weather.

Weight

90kg / 198 lbs / 14st 2lbs

Food & Accommodation

Food

Breakfasts and dinners are primarily stews of some sort, cooked on a campfire, whilst lunches are picnics eaten out during your riding day. This is hearty, traditional fare, quite simple but tasty and filling.

Local beer, wine and schnapps is included.

Accommodation

Accommodation depends on which programme you choose but may be in rural guesthouses, simple tents or the homes of local people. Some trails include a variation but in all cases the accommodations are quite simple as these are adventurous mountain trails.

Itineraries

Carpathian Adventure Trail Basic / Tented accommodation.

The Bears Trail Tented / Standard accommodation.

On Bear's Land Tented / Standard accommodation.

Winter Wonderland Ride Standard accommodation.

Other Activities

Non-Riders are welcome to join the Relaxed Hasmas Trail and can walk through the meadows or relax at the ranch.

The other itineraries are not suitable for non-riders.

Travel

We recommend flying into Cluj Napoca or making your way to Gheorgheni by train, but transfers are available from the following airports at extra cost (please see itineraries for pricing):

Tirgu Mures (Targu Mures): 135km

Cluj Napoca or Sibiu: 230km, transfer time 4 hours

Bucharest: 330km, transfer time 5 - 6 hours

Gheorgheni train station is a journey of about 20km.

Testimonials

Clara K., Sept. 3, 2019

It was excellent. The scenery was wonderful and I thoroughly enjoyed the company of everyone on the ride. It was a challenging but rewarding experience. I loved it when we would come out of the forest into an opening and get a panoramic mountain view. Also, because there were only 3 of us on the tour, in the last guesthouse we went on a cart ride whilst getting hay for the horses, which was gorgeous.


Jack Moon, Feb. 24, 2018

So, in summary, this is a very good operation running very good trips on a variety of routes in the area. I would recommend the trip to friends or family, and all future trips will be judged against this trip in terms of quality of service, horses, equipment and food. I doubt others will beat what Csaba and Kinga offer, especially if (like me) you value not having a fixed minute by minute itinerary, being free to assist with basic activities around the camp and relax once everything is set up, and being in a remote countryside location that really is like nowhere else I’ve ever seen.


Itinerary & Pricing

Day 1

Riding: No riding.

After being collected from the airport and transferred to Gheorgheni, you will travel by 4x4 to the horse ranch, a journey of 15km. Here you will have dinner and meet your guides, who will run through a safety briefing with you and discuss the upcoming trail. You'll hopefully have time to relax in the 'hot pot' too!

Day 2 - Trial Ride

Riding: 2 hours

After a hearty breakfast you set off on a short ride to discover the area around the ranch. This allows you to get to know your horse and equipment. You'll ride through small mountain streams and pass through vast meadows in order to reach the summit of Mount Magas Buc where you stop for lunch. Ride back to the ranch and after finishing with the horses, you'll receive some short instructions on how to set up the tents on the trail. Relax into their bath barrel filled with salt water to ease any aches and pains ready for tomorrow's adventure to start.

Day 3

Riding: 3 - 4 hours

Today you set off on your adventure. The first part of the day leads you up hill, following a small path to a stream where your horses can drink and you can refill water bottles. The majority of this journey is within forest but your lunch stop is on the peak of Sipos Mountain (1,568m) which offers great views of the Harghita Mountains. Your campsite tonight will be on a plateau - you will set up your tents and cook dinner together, enjoying some stories from your day.

Day 4

Riding: 5 hours

You'll leave the plateau behind and descend until you cross the Mures river and head into the mountains of Harghita. Climb to the next peak (1,153m) to admire the spectacular view across the basin of Gheorgeni and snow covered mountains of Gorgenyi to your right. After lunch follow a winding path downhill to your camp near Ordog Lake ('Devil's Lake'). You can refresh in the cold mountain stream and visit a nearby hot spring whilst your dinner is cooking over the fire.

Day 5

Riding: 6 - 7 hours

Today is the hardest and longest day of riding as you ride up to Harghita's highest peaks - Ferto Teto (1,589m) and Madarasi Hargita (1,801m). You will explore mountain passes and flowering meadows and ride into the vast pine forest of Harghita where you may see tracks left by bears or tell-tale scratchings on the trees. You overnight in a beautiful mountain guesthouse at 1700m.

Day 6

Riding: 6 hours

Travelling via Rakosi Harghita (1756m) you will reach the village of Bad Harghita where you will stop for lunch. In the afternoon there are wide, puszta-like plains waiting for you - these are ideal for canters. Tonight you'll sleep at a wonderful campsite with numerous herds of cows and sheep dotting the mountain views.

Day 7

Riding: 6 hours

Leave your camp and ride past the peat bogs of Lucs. From there you will trot towards the Szent Imrei Budos Furdo (Saint Emeric sulphur baths) and into a vast pine forest and onto Kakukk mountain (1,557m). From here the landscape changes and pine forests give way to beech forests. Your campsite tonight is situated close to a traditional alpine hut where you will learn how the shepherd's milk their sheep and will have a chance to sample the fresh cheese.

Day 8

Riding: 6 hours

Today's ride leads you over a steep ridge from where you can enjoy magnificent views of the surrounding peaks, some reaching up to 2500m and tipped with snow. During the afternoon you'll cross the river Alt. Your guesthouse tonight is near Tusnad Furdo and you'll be able to enjoy a hot shower and heart dinner out on the terrace.

Day 9 - St Anna Lake - Non Riding Day

Riding: No riding.

Today is a rest day for the horses and a chance for you to visit St Anna Lake (Sfanta Ana), 'the Devil's Swamp' and a sulphur cave. From there you will head off in the hopes of seeing some brown bears in their natural habitat! Return to your guesthouse near Tunsnad Furdo.

Day 10

Riding: 6 hours

You'll mount your horses again after breakfast and will start your day in the saddle by riding through some small villages, situated near to Mount Budos. The area is very sulphurous and you and your nose will notice! The journey today leads you to Buffogo Moores and up into the mountains - the plateau here has vast meadows which are lovely for cantering over. You'll camp amongst the shepherds tonight, close to a beautiful spring.

Day 11

Riding: 6 hours

Set out from camp through the meadows and pastures, enjoying yet more views of the mountains which are all around you. Trails through vast pine forests lead you to your campsite close to a clear mountain stream. You'll collect firewood for the night.

Day 12

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

Today you'll ride alongside structured pastures and meadows where domesticated animals graze and hard-working people tend the land. Steep ridges and rocky cliffs surround you as you marvel at the beauty of the Csiki Basin below. Spend the night camped next to an old farm and watch the farmers bring in their hay on horse-drawn carts.

Day 13

Riding: 5 hours

Continue your ride through numerous sheep herds and across colourful meadows. A vast plateau surrounded by mystical cliffs and limestone formations with be your campground for the night.

Day 14

Riding: 7 hours

Your final day in the saddle offer some more steep mountain peaks (1700m), where you'll have to dismount and lead your horse over some tricky sections. Your reward will be an exhilarating canter across the Fehermezo Plateau. Enjoy the scenic views of the Harghita mountains before arriving back at the ranch for a farewell party with traditional music and a stuffed lamb in the oven.

Day 15

Riding: No riding.

Say farewell to your horses and depart to the airport for your flight home.

Accommodation

Eight nights of camping in tents, three nights in a comfortable guesthouse and three nights at the ranch with several beds in each room.

Experience Experienced

You need to be a capable rider who is fit for long hours in the saddle. There are opportunities for canters where the terrain allows, but also some technical sections which are steep and challenging. You will have to lead your horse over some sections.

Minimum group size 6
Maximum group size 12
Departure windows

July 17, 2022 - July 31, 2022

Pricing

2022
Sharing
£1875 $2605 €2200
Included 14 nights accommodation, full board meals, 12 days of riding, local alcoholic drinks and equipment.
Not included Flights, airport transfers, travel insurance, tips and other personal esxpenses.

Extras

2022 - Bucharest Airport Transfer €160
Paid locally
Bucharest airport transfers, each way, per car (max 4 pax): 330km
2022 - Cluj Napoca or Sibiu Airport Transfer €110
Paid locally
Cluj Napoca or Sibiu airport transfers, each way, per car (max 4 pax): 230km
2022 - Gheorgheni Train Station Transfer €0
Paid locally
Gheorgheni train station, each way, per car (max 4 pax): 20km
2022 - Tirgu Mures Airport Transfer €85
Paid locally
Tirgu Mures airport transfers, each way, per car (max 4 pax): 135km
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.

Day 1

Riding: No riding.

After being transferred from the airport to Gheorgheni, in the afternoon, you set off on a jeep along trails through the forest to the ranch (15km). You arrive in time for dinner with your guides where you will have a safety briefing and learn about the trail you are about to embark on. Overnight at the farm.

Day 2 - Kovacs Peter to Gheorgheni Valley

Riding: 5 - 6 hours

After breakfast you are allocated your horse for the trail and will be shown how to pack your belongings and help load the pack horses. Set off riding away from the ranch to Kovaks Peter and on to the Olt River spring where you stop for a break and to allow the horses to rest. You then ride a steep ascent up Soveto mountain and onto Sipos mountain where you stop for lunch at its peak (1,568m). There are great views of North Harghita from here. After lunch, descend over flowering mountain meadows into the Gheorgheni valley, where the open plains are ideal for short canters. Overnight in a comfortable mountain guesthouse.

Day 3 - Gheorgheni Valley to Szekely Varsag

Riding: 7 hours

Your longest day in the saddle awaits you. Start by taking a steep trail up to the summit of Del Hegy (1650m) where you'll occasionally have to dismount and lead your horse. You may spot some bear tracks along the way! Stop for lunch in a meadow with views of the snow-covered peaks of the Kelemen Alps (2100m). Re-mount and head towards a volcanic mountain plateau which offers a spectacular view of the village Szekely Varsag. Stop here for the night in a guesthouse which will indulge you with local specialities and a roast lamb from the oven. A barrel bath full of salt water invites you to relax your aching muscles.

Day 4 - Szekely Varsag to Bear Safari

Riding: 5 hours

In the morning you ride in the area surrounding the village of Szekely Varsag, passing fields and cultivated lands until reaching another wild mountain range. In former times, this "Road of the Salt" was an old trade route heading through this area and you will appreciated how difficult it was for the traders. Continue through thin forests to a wide open plain where shepherds are watching their flocks. You spend the night in a former riding stable which has been converted into a cozy guesthouse. After being greeted by your host Istvmm with Palinka and homemade cheese pastries you head out on a bear safari. From a safe distance you hopefully view the brown bears feeding, playing or even mating. Back at the guesthouse a hearty dinner of goulash awaits you.

Day 5 - Bear Safari - Liban

Riding: 5 hours

Say goodbye to Istvan and continue your ride to the Harghita plateau where there are opportunities for trots and canters. After passing the Zetelaki water reservoir and the Sikasszo brook you enter the southern part of the Gheorgheni Alps. Ride through dense pine forests to reach your accommodation in Liban.

Day 6 - Liban - Marosfo

Riding: 6 hours

After breakfast saddle up to return to the wilderness, riding uphill on small paths to the summit of Ostorosz from where you get breathtaking views of the Madarasi mountain range. After crossing the Maros river you reach the tranquil village of Marosfo where you overnight in a small family-run guesthouse. Their homemade apple pie is worthy of comment!

Day 7 - Putna to Kovacs Peter

Riding: 4 hours

Your final day of riding is a shorter once as head up to the summit of Mount Sipos again and follow a clear mountain stream which guides you back to Peter Kovacs and the ranch. After releasing the horses into their home pasture you can relax and discuss your adventures with your fellow travellers around the campfire whilst you cook prepares fresh trout for dinner.

Day 8

Riding: No riding.

Say farewell to your horses and guides and transfer back to the airport for your flight home.

Accommodation

All nights are in guesthouses or local houses/farms with your hosts.

Experience Intermediate / Experienced

You need to be a capable rider in all paces in the outdoors. There are opportunities for canters and gallops where the terrain allows, but also some steep ascents and descents.

Minimum group size 3
Maximum group size 10
Departure windows

Aug. 8, 2021 - Aug. 15, 2021  (FULL)

Aug. 22, 2021 - Aug. 29, 2021  (FULL)

Oct. 17, 2021 - Oct. 24, 2021

May 22, 2022 - May 29, 2022

June 19, 2022 - June 26, 2022

July 3, 2022 - July 10, 2022

July 3, 2022 - July 10, 2022

Aug. 28, 2022 - Sept. 4, 2022

Oct. 9, 2022 - Oct. 16, 2022

Oct. 23, 2022 - Oct. 30, 2022

Pricing

2021/2022
Sharing
£1015 $1410 €1190
Included 7 nights accommodation, full board meals, local alcoholic drinks, 6 days of riding and all equipment.
Not included Flights, airport transfers, travel insurance, tips & other personal expenses.

Extras

2021/2022 - Bucharest Airport Transfer €160
Paid locally
Bucharest airport transfer, each way per car (max 4 pax): 330km
2021/2022 - Cluj Napoca or Sibiu Airport Transfer €110
Paid locally
Cluj Napoca or Sibiu airport transfer, each way per car (max 4 pax): 230km
2021/2022 - Gheorgheni Train Station Transfer €0
Paid locally
Gheorgheni train station transfer, each way per car (max 4 pax): 20km
2021/2022 - Tirgu Mures Airport Transfer €85
Paid locally
Tirgu Mures airport transfer, each way per car (max 4 pax): 135km
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.

Day 1

Riding: No riding.

Arrive in Gheorgheni in the afternoon and then transfer to the horse farm in a 4x4 vehicle. Over dinner you will learn about the week's adventures ahead of you.

Day 2

Riding: 4 - 5 hours

After breakfast you'll head to the pastures to help fetch the horses in and learn about grooming and saddling them. After being allocated your horse for the week you set off riding through dense spruce forests, over a small stream and through flowering meadows to reach the valley below. Stop for lunch at a cheese dairy for a taste of everyday farm life as well as some hand-made traditional cheeses. Remount and ride back to the ranch and after releasing the horses into their pasture you can relax in the hot tub or reading a book before dinner.

Day 3

Riding: 4 - 5 hours

Set off riding to Little Sipos, passing idyllic farms. Along the way you'll descend to the Olt river which is the second largest in Romania - here the horses can drink and you can refill your water bottles. From here you ride steeply uphill through primeval forests until reaching the summit at 1450m. Stop for lunch with wonderful views across the valley to Kovacs Peter before returning to the ranch for another restful evening.

Day 4

Riding: 4 hours

Follow small and intricate paths through a mystical forest, climbing uphill and crossing clear mountain streams until reaching flower meadows which offer breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. The open plains are ideal for your first canter. Upon reaching a small clearing in the forest you stop for lunch with the horses and cows grazing peacefully around you. Return to the ranch in the afternoon

Day 5

Riding: 3 - 4 hours

Set off on your overnight adventure! Start by heading uphill to another mountain summit where you stop for lunch. Then continue into Hasmas national park and the beautiful White Meadow which is speckled with white limestones. Set up camp close to a small spring (or in the nearby mountain refuge in inclement weather). Whilst dinner is simmering over the fire you can take a walk to a nearby cheese dairy to learn how cheese is traditionally made before returning to sit around the campfire.
NB. Early/late in the season, camping is replaced by a small farmhouse which has been converted into a cozy guesthouse.

Day 6

Riding: 5 hours

Ride up to the summit of Mount Nagy Hasmas (1800m) - you'll have to dismount and lead your horse over some steep sections of the path. Your efforts are rewarded with a wonderful view of the mountains all around. With luck you may even spot some chamois on the rocks below. On your descent you should get the chance to see a herd of semi-wild Csango horses before reaching your campsite for dinner.

Day 7

Riding: 3 hours

Ride back to the ranch - the soft ground will invite you to canter through the fragrant forests and enjoy the natural scenery. Upon reaching your base and turning out the horses you can relax in the hot tub before dinner.

Day 8

Riding: No riding.

After breakfast you are transferred to the airport for your flight home.

Accommodation

Five nights are at the ranch which has double rooms or multi-bedded rooms. Two nights are camping (or in a small farmhouse converted into a cozy guesthouse early/late in the season when the weather is less predicatable)

Experience Beginner / Intermediate / Experienced

All abilities can be accommodated on this ride. There are some opportunities for canters for those with experience, but most of the route is at a walk due to the steep terrain.

Minimum group size 2
Maximum group size 10
Departure windows

Aug. 1, 2021 - Aug. 8, 2021  (Camping)

Aug. 15, 2021 - Aug. 22, 2021  (Camping)

Sept. 5, 2021 - Sept. 12, 2021  (Guesthouse)

Oct. 24, 2021 - Oct. 31, 2021  (Guesthouse)

May 15, 2022 - May 22, 2022  (Guesthouse)

June 12, 2022 - June 19, 2022  (Guesthouse)

June 26, 2022 - July 3, 2022  (Camping)

July 10, 2022 - July 17, 2022  (Camping)

July 31, 2022 - Aug. 7, 2022  (Camping)

Aug. 21, 2022 - Aug. 28, 2022  (Camping)

Oct. 2, 2022 - Oct. 9, 2022  (Guesthouse)

Oct. 16, 2022 - Oct. 23, 2022  (Guesthouse)

Oct. 30, 2022 - Nov. 6, 2022  (Guesthouse)

Nov. 6, 2022 - Nov. 13, 2022  (Guesthouse)

Pricing

2021/2022
Non-Rider Sharing
£330 $460 €390
2021/2022
Rider Sharing
£840 $1170 €990
Included 7 nights accommodation, 6 days of riding, full board meals, local alcoholic drinks and all equipment.
Not included Flights, airport transfers, travel insurance, tips and other personal expenses.

Extras

2021/2022 - Bucharest Airport Transfer €160
Paid locally
Bucharest airport transfer, each way per car (max 4 pax), 330km
2021/2022 - Cluj Napoca or Sibiu Airport Transfer €110
Paid locally
Cluj Napoca or Sibiu airport transfer, each way per car (max 4 pax): 230km
2021/2022 - Gheorgheni Train StationTransfer €0
Paid locally
Gheorgheni train station transfer, each way per car (max 4 pax): 20km
2021/2022 - Tirgu Mures Airport Transfer €85
Paid locally
Tirgu Mures airport transfer, each way per car (max 4 pax): 135km
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.

Day 1

Riding: No riding.

On arrival at Gheorgheni you will be met and transfer by 4x4 to the ranch in the mountains. Having familiarised yourself with your surroundings, you can relax in the hot tub before your first dinner.

Day 2

Riding: 3 hours

After breakfast you head out to the meadows to fetch the horses in and prepare them for the ride. Your first ride leads to Mount Magas Bukk (1380m) from where you'll have fantastic views of the snow capped mountains and valleys all around. On your way back to the ranch you can canter through the fresh snow. After turning the horses back out into their paddocks, you warm up with some mulled wine and coffee before relaxing in the cozy cabin around the fire.

Day 3

Riding: 4 hours

Ride up to Little Sipos at 1458m. Before the ascent you stop at a small mountain farm to tasty the local cheese, then you follow romantic paths through snow covered spruce forest to the summit. After lunch you return to the farm, crossing the river Olt which is the second largest in Romania. Round off the day with another hearty dinner around the fire.

Day 4

Riding: 4 hours

Today you ride to Mount Csofronka, from where you can enjoy an impressive view over the Hargita mountains, Murder Lake and the glaciers of the Kelemen Alps (2100m). On your way back to the ranch you can canter and gallop through fresh powder snow. Warm up in the hot tub before watching the sun set with a glass of wine or beer.

Day 5

Riding: 4 hours

Ride down into the valley, past idyllic farms and through numerous mountain streams. Once you've successfully reached the valley floor you'll find a warming campfire with coffee, tea and mulled wine awaiting you in a small clearing in the forest. Return to the ranch for dinner.

Day 6

Riding: 2 hours

After breakfast with local specialities, set off on a sleigh ride to neighbouring farmers. After lunch, saddle the horses for a final time and set off on a short ride into the magical snow covered landscape. The evening invites you to sit by the fire or in the hot tub.

Day 7

Riding: 3 - 4 hours

Saddle your horses for one final ride across snow-covered meadows to reach a lookout point from where you can see the villages below. Return along a steep, adventurous path through a thicket until reaching a small path which eventually leads you back home.

Day 8

Riding: No riding.

After breakfast you are transferred back to Gheorgheni to start your journey home.

Accommodation

All nights are in the cozy farmhouse which has double rooms or multi-bedded rooms.

Experience Intermediate / Experienced

You should be at least an intermediate rider. There are opportunities for canters and gallops where the terrain allows, with some steep ascents and descents.

Minimum group size 2
Maximum group size 10
Departure windows

Dec. 19, 2021 - Dec. 26, 2021

Dec. 26, 2021 - Jan. 2, 2022

Pricing

2021
Non Rider sharing
£380 $530 €450
2021
Rider sharing
£840 $1170 €990
Included 7 nights accommodation, full board meals, local alcoholic drinks, riding on 6 days and sleigh rides.
Not included Flights, airport transfers, travel insurance, tips & other personal expenses.

Extras

2021 - Bucharest Airport Transfer €159
Paid locally
Bucharest airport transfers, each way per car (max 4 pax): 330km
2021 - Cluj Napoca or Sibiu Airport Transfer €108
Paid locally
Cluj Napoca or Sibiu airport transfers, each way per car (max 4 pax): 230km
2021 - Gheorgheni Train Station Transfer €0
Paid locally
Gheorgheni train station transfers, each way per car (max 4 pax): 20km
2021 - Tirgu Mures Airport Transfer €85
Paid locally
Tirgu Mures airport transfers, each way per car (max 4 pax): 135km
Note: All programmes and itineraries are weather dependent; in the face of adverse, or unexpected, weather conditions reasonable attempts will be made to provide equivalent riding. All programmes are accurate at the time of writing. However, the team may adapt or modify details, whilst aiming to provide a similar experience.