Prislop Pass

Romania:Prislop Pass

Prislop Pass (in Romanian : Pasul Prislop) is a mountain pass in northern Romania, connecting the historical regions of Maramure┼č and Bucovina over the Rodna Mountains, in the Eastern Carpathians.

Romania:Prislop Pass

The Prislop Pass is situated at an altitude of 1,416 meters, being the highest pass in Romania.

Romania:Prislop Pass

Having a length of 50 km and a width that varies between 30 and 40 km it offers you a great view of the Maramures and Rodna mountains with the Ineu (2279m) and Pietrosu (2303m) peaks.

Romania:Prislop Pass

The road that goes through the pass (DN18) connects the localities Borsa from Maramures with Câmpulung Moldovenesc from Suceava county.

Romania:Prislop Pass

In the second Sunday of August here it takes place the folk festival "Hora de la Prislop" celebrating the descending of the sheeps flocks from the mountains.

Romania:Prislop Pass

0 comentarii:

Post a Comment

 

Design by George Cleminte