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Măcin Mountains National Park is a national park in Northern Dobruja, Romania.




Flora and fauna[edit]


The Măcin Mountains' climate is continentally-tempered with steppe climate influences in the south of the park and with Mediterranean climate influences on the peaks and mountain ridge.

Get in[edit]

Fees and permits[edit]

Get around[edit]

Măcin Mountains National Park is crossed by many mountain trails arranged (with campsites) in order to facilitate the access of tourists safely to the chosen destination.

  • Cozluk (red dot marking) on the route: Greci Village - Cozluk Valley - Jugului's Valley - Groapa de Aramă - Adâncă Valley - Plopilor's Valley - Greci (4hr 20min).
  • Crapcea Peak (red tape marking) on the route: Cerna Village - Puiu's Valley - Echiștea Peak - Crapcea Peak - Crapcea Hill - Balabancea (3hr 10min).
  • Pricopanului's Summit (blue tape marking) on the route: Măcin - Sulucu Mare Peak - Piatra Râioasă - Șerparu Saddle - Caramalău Peak - Izvorul Tămăduirii (Fântâna de Leac) - Măcin (4hr 10min).
  • Țuțuianu (blue triangle marking) on the route: Greci Village - Morsu Valley - Țuțuianul Peak - Piscu Înalt Valley - Seacă Valley - Fagilor's Valley - Cetățuia (archaeological site) - Luncavița Village (5hr 10min).
  • Dealul cu Drum (red triangle) on the: Greci Village - Racova Valley - Piatra Roșie Valley - Curături Valley - Taița Valley - Nifon Village (3hr 30min).
  • Vinului's Valley (yellow triangle marking) on the route: Cerna Village - Cerna Valley - Poteca Țigăncii Valley - Vergu Peak - Vinului Peak - Cardonului's Ridge - Hamcearca Village (3hr 10min)










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