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Bucsoiului Glade

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Bucsoiului glade, on the track from Malaiesti to Pichetul Rosu glade, in Bucegi mountains, on the 3rd of May 2014.

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A: Malaiesti Prepeleac Pichetul Rosu track

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Prepeleac pass, on the track from Malaiesti to Pichetul Rosu.

Malaiesti Prepeleac Pichetul Rosu track

B: Prepeleac Pass

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Prepeleac pass, on the track from Malaiesti to Pichetul Rosu, on the 3rd of May.

Prepeleac Pass

C: Bucegi - 2012

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Bucegi - 2012

D: Malaiesti spre Prepeleac

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Going from Malaiesti chalet to Diham chalet over the Prepeleac peak.

Malaiesti spre Prepeleac

E: Resting place on the way to Malaiesti

by Vieru Claudiu, 1.8 km away

A nice resting place after a few hours of climbing on the path to Malaiesti chalet, Bucegi mountains,...

Resting place on the way to Malaiesti

F: Malaiesti chalet

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A beautifull view of the Bucegi mountain range and Malaiesti chalet on the 5th of May 2014

Malaiesti chalet

G: Malaiesti Chalet

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Close to Malaiesti Chalet, in Bucegi Mountains, Romania. Pano taken on the 05.2014

Malaiesti Chalet

H: Hiking to Malaiesti chalet

by Vieru Claudiu, 2.2 km away

Hiking towards Malaiesti chalet in May 2014

Hiking to Malaiesti chalet

I: Last souce of water towards Malaiesti

by Vieru Claudiu, 2.3 km away

Hiking towards Malaiesti chalet, in Bucegi Mountains, Romania. The pano is named after a nearby sign,...

Last souce of water towards Malaiesti

J: Omu Hut Bucegi mountains close to Transylvania

by Andy Bryant, 2.3 km away

The Omu hut is perched on the highest peak in the Bucegi mountains, towards the Translyvanian end of ...

Omu Hut Bucegi mountains close to Transylvania

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