Vâlcan Mountains

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The Vâlcan Mountains form the Jiu Valley’s southern barrier and run the length of the valley. Although lower in elevation and more populated by farms than both Parâng and Retezat, the Vâlcan Mountains are more easily accessible and do offer spectacular views of the valley.

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Vâlcan Mountains

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Vâlcan Mountains 45.336431, 23.320423 Vâlcan Mountains The Vâlcan Mountains form the Jiu Valley’s southern barrier and run the length of the valley. Although lower in elevation and more populated by farms than both Parâng and Retezat, the Vâlcan Mountains are more easily accessible and do offer spectacular views of the valley.For more information, please see the Vâlcan Mountains section.

 

Main approaches to the Vâlcan Mountains are by chairlift at Straja and by dirt road from the town of Vulcan to Pasul Vâlcan. To get to the chairlift at Straja, take Route 66A to Lupeni, approximately 13 km west of Petrosani, and turn south where the sign for Straja appears.

To access Pasul Vâlcan from the valley, take Route 66A to Vulcan, turn south at the 7 km marker and proceed for 1 km. At the fork in the road take a left and go another 5 km to Cabana Pasul Vâlcan (4WD is recommended). At the cabana, proceed south on the foot trail to Pasul Vâlcan.

Access to the Vâlcan Mountains is also available by foot from Petrosani on the east side of the valley and from Valea de Pestii on the west side of the valley.

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