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Winter photo tour in Romania

We love hiking in Romania, we love photography and we love winter. Therefore, it was natural for us to offer photo tours in Romania for passionate photographers who want to discover great photo spots in Romania. We have recently been in a photo tour organized for a returning guest, a talented photographer who we have guided in Iezer-Papusa Mountains and Baiului Mountains.

Photo tour in Romania details

In the first day, we started from Bucharest and drove to Campulung and then to Voina hut. At the hut we started hiking on the winter hiking trail (blue cross mark) until Iezer shelter. It was not an easy hike but we used the snowshoes and it was totally worth it. Because it was a photo tour and the views up there are amazing. We used our sleeping bags overnight in the shelter as it was freezing cold.
Iezer Papusa Mountains
Then, from Iezer shelter, we hiked to Crucea Ateneului – Plaiul Vacarea and then back to Voina hut.
We then drove to Busteni, went to Cantacuzino Castle and hiked on Culmea Zamora up on Baiului ridge (red cross). With amazing views towards Bucegi Mountains we went along Baiului ridge and hiked down on Sorica ski slope. It was a great guided hiking and photo tour for our guest.
Baiului Mountains
Upon request, we can do this tour in any season. During winter, guests have to have special equipment and to be fit for the effort.
Bucegi Mountains
This was a tailor made tour organized by Outdoor activities in Romania for photographer Aimie Duckett. Aimie was our guest for guided hiking & photo tours also in Ciucas Mountains and Piatra Craiului Mountains in 2017.

We customise

Based on our local expertise, our team will come up with an itinerary that will be customized for you. We work upon request and offer private tours for individuals and small groups, up to 10 people. We can make arrangements for larger groups as well.

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