Splitboarding trips – Romania

Discover the mysteries and owner of Transylvania and the Carpathian mountains on your splitboard!

Explore stunning scenery, ancient architecture and enjoy perfect powder all in one trip. Take advantage of pretty easy accents to get great views and make many long, uninterrupted runs back down!  

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Since every trip to Romania begins with a flight into Bucharest, take a day or two to explore the capital. The Parliament building is a site certainly worth seeing. It is the second largest building on earth after the Pentagon, but cost so much to build they could not finish its interior! There are also great views from the top out over the city.

Most of the best splitboarding here is in relative close proximity. Based on your final destination there are a few train lines you might take, some of which let you off on the southern side and some of which let you off on the northern slopes of the mountain.

If you’re feeling adventurous enough book a one way ticket to the northern flank and splitboard from hut-to-hut back through to the southern side, before returning via train to Bucharest!

 

 

Good to Know

 

What’s the weather like?

During the winter, the Romanian highlands are quite cold, with average daily temperatures between -1ºC and -4ºC. These tend to decrease the higher up in elevation you go. Snow is not uncommon, but also not frequent, meaning there should be plenty of powder, but lots of sunny days too.

How do I get there:

Any trip to Romania will likely begin with a flight into Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport (OTP). You can get here via a direct flight from most major European airports. From here, it is easy and scenic to take a train up into the Carpathian mountains and on to your final destination.

Language:

Romanian

Country Code:

+40

Currency:

Romanian leu (RON)

Best time to visit:

January to March

 

 
 

 

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I spent 3 very exciting days at Balea Lake having very good snow and weather conditions. Accomodation at Paltinu Hotel was
good and evenings passed quickly meeting all different type of mountain people :-). Skitours started from Paltinu Hotel (2034m) up to different mountain saddles (ca. 2300m) on skis. Going further to summits was possible but quite challenging as we had to climb in 1m of fresh snow carrying skis on the backpack. Nevertheless we had a lot of fun and Mihnea guided in all situations safely.

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