Hiking & Biking map Apuseni Mountains (Bihor Mountain, Padurea Craiului, Vladeasa Mountain, Metaliferi Mountain, Trascau Mountain, Gilau Mountain)
Scale: 1: 200 000
2. Eddition, 2006
Size: 11.5 x 22
Legend: English, Romanian and Hungrarian.
All letterings are in Latin.
1. Trekking / Hiking map of Apuseni Mountain.
2. Useful information (English).
3. Ttrail itinerary suggestions (in English, Romanian, Hungarian language).
4. Mini-map of Arad
5. Mini- map of Oraea
6. Mini- map of Deva
7. Mini- map of Alba Iulia
8. Mini- map of Cluj
The following towns are represented on the map:
(Important for your trip plan!)
1. Alba Iulia ,Turda, Arad, Oraea, Deva, Cluj
Interesting travel destination
Mountain Pădurea Craiului
Mountain Codru Moma
Information about the Trascau Mountains:
The Apuseni Mountains (Romanian: Munţii Apuseni, Hungarian: Erdélyi-szigethegység) is a mountain range in Transylvania, Romania, which belongs to the Western Carpathians, also called Occidentali in Romanian. Their name translates from Romanian as Mountains "of the sunset" i.e. "western". The highest peak is "Cucurbăta Mare" Hungarian: Nagy-Bihar - 1849 metres, also called Bihor Peak. The Apuseni Mountains have about 400 caves.
No responsibility is taken for the correctness of this information!