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Ciomatu/Csomád mountains

Ciomatu/Csomád mountains

Ciomatu/Csomád mountains

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Object Title: Ciomatu/Csomád mountains

Image Type(s): Hiking


Page By: andreeacorodeanu

Created/Edited: Sep 23, 2010 / Oct 22, 2010

Object ID: 664344

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This was a nice hike with my sister, Ema. These mountains aren’t very
big, their highest point is Ciomatul Mare at just 1301m, but with very nice
views. The Ciomatu/Csomád mountains is actually a single, huge volcanic structure
with two craters: Lake St. Anna and Mohos.

We stayed in Băile Tuşnad for the night, in a very nice and cheap
guesthouse. The people there usually speak Hungarian but they know the
Romanian language also. A local speciality is a delicious Hungarian cake called Kürtőskalács.

An easy and short hike that I’d like to recommend is a walk to the
Falcon's Stone - a protected area of andesite cliff 50 - 60 meters tall.

Here an interesting link

Bodoc, Ciomatu map


Lake St. Anna

Lake St. Anna



Window from Apor Tower

Window from Apor Tower

View from  The Falcon\'s Stone to Baile Tusnad and Lake Ciucas

View from The Falcon's Stone to Baile Tusnad and Lake Ciucas

The Falcon\'s Stone

The Falcon's Stone

The Falcon\'s Stone seen from Apor Tower

The Falcon's Stone seen from Apor Tower

Volcanic Lake Saint Ann - Transylvania - Romania

Volcanic Lake Saint Ann - Transylvania - Romania


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peterbudhave you visited


Voted 10/10

the "stinky cave" further up towards Bálványos?
Posted Sep 23, 2010 6:21 am

andreeacorodeanuRe: have you visited


Hasn't voted

No :(. I was with my sister for 3 days, first day was rainy so we remain with two, not enough time to visit all the places and we didnt had a car... Next time, I bought a map of the area :).
Posted Sep 23, 2010 7:33 am

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