Hiking on Piatra Dragoslavelor ridge. A solitary limestone massif that attracts one’s view through its majesty. The rocky buttress that contrasts with the heavy and bare ridge of the Leaota Mountains, of which it is a part, detached visibly from the rest of surrounding mountains, thus offering superb views towards them. The route doesn’t present great difficulties, but it surprises with its complexity and visual satisfaction, especially on days with good visibility
It takes 6 hrs for a round trip, then we take a brief break before driving back to Bucharest. The town at the foot, Dragoslavele, pleasantly surprises with authentic, traditional houses, superb examples of New-Romanian architecture, scattered along the main street.
Arrive to Bucharest by evening.