A little bit of Heaven (184)

Toaca peak, Ceahlău Massif

In Eastern Carpathians, Ceahlău Massif is one of the most famous mountains in Romania. It is described as the Olympus of Romania.

Toaca peak, after Ocolașul Mare peak, is the second largest in the Ceahlău Massif, with a height of 1904 m. Although it is not the highest, its pyramidal shape makes it the main attraction of the massif.

Vârful Toaca, Masivul Ceahlău

On Toaca peak there is a meteorological station with the same name, Toaca.

The station can be reached by climbing a staircase. It is used for mounting to the meteorological station but also by tourists for a faster climb to the top.

That staircase is made up of 500 steps.

The staircase


Amazing views and beautiful photos about Toaca peak (and not only) you find here: 



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10 thoughts on “A little bit of Heaven (184)

  1. What a beautiful place, the trees are magnificent, just admiring their roots was enjoyable for me. All those steps are lovely and the floor of the forest, even the rocks had personality. Who ever the young man in the video was he had the most lovely eyes and eyelashes too. Great video as was the music – five star hike for sure. Thank you so much for sharing this beauty with us. Big hugs and blessings to you. Joni

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    1. You are right, Joni! Actually, Romania is a beautiful place and it deserves to be known by people all over the world. Thank you for your read, kind words and blessings! Hugs and blessings to you, too!
      ❤ 🔆 🌈


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