|Podragu at sunset|
|Chamois in Podragu caldera|
One of the best places there is the wet zone in the upper caldera, full of beautiful flowers and mosses.
|Cardamine and Cerastium|
|A heart of moss|
|A whole bunch of Aconitum|
|A bumble bee feeding from an Aconitum flower|
|A big goat at the balcony|
|A marmot in the Podragu caldera|
|When the clouds come|
|Just give them some food and they love you, briefly...|
|The sheep were still sleeping when we left. Check out the bivouac the shepherd made.|
|An old helicopter crash site|
|The last chamois of the trip|
|Arpas valley and Turnuri Chalet|
|Turnuri chalet, from above|
|The dog from Turnuri|
After some tea and a lovely chat with the keeper we continue the trail down into the old forest. In the upper part the forest is still largely intact and full of dead wood, as a healthy forest should be.
|From Turnuri to Sumerna|
|Wooden bridge over a stream|
|The lower part of Arpas Valley|
|An abandoned mine|
Reaching Sumerna and pavement we couldn't help but feel sorry for leaving the mountain. Till next time!
|Fagaras Mountains from Sumerna|