Back in time... april 2008 - flying over the highest mountains of Romania, Fagarasului Mountains, also called The Alps of Transylvania and their southern neighbour, Iezer - Papusa Massif. A plethora of peaks of 2000 meters covered with large masses of snow.
A romanian journey at the heart of alpine glaciers Written by Sebastian Sava // Photos by Sebastian Sava, Catalin Crauciuc and Lili Crauciuc As a mountaineer and geographer I was constantly fascinated by glaciers and countless times I dreamed of exploring the realm of ice. Well, that dream came true in high detail in the … Continue reading Bernese Alps. At the heart of alpine glaciers
In the summer of 2012 I had the privilege to spend one week in the heart of the alpine kingdom of Monte Rosa, a mountain chain of the Pennine Alps, extending across the border between Switzerland and Italy. Here is the highest concentration of peaks over 4000 meters, a real mecca for climbers. We were a team of … Continue reading Monte Rosa ( Castor & Pollux )
The paradisiac ridge Written by Sebastian Sava // Photos by Igor Sirodoev, Catalin Crauciuc and Sebastian Sava There is heaven on earth even if fragmented one. At least to my mind it does exist. Personally, I see the reflection of heaven in natural protected areas, unspoiled by human activity. In every national park a small … Continue reading Rodnei National Park: Pietrosu Rodnei
Some pics from a trip of 4 days in January 2011, in the central part of Rodnei Mountains - Gargalau area. Here you have those magical moments of the sunset on Gargalau peak, captured in a short video, edited by my friend Catalin Crauciuc. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGMSo1KKSoY