Freeride Sinaia - TRAIL

Freeride Sinaia - Trail, Sinaia, Europe

More than 12 km only downhill in realy wild nature, after 1200 m diference of level climbed with cablecar.Nice accomodation in the Romanian bigest ski resort.Peles Castle to visit.

User Reviews (2)

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Cristian Georgescu   [Aug 27, 2002]

This is a mountain made of pure rock, and it looks like a giant rock... The east side (to Sinaia) is really tuff, but there are many options...

For start (and starters), you can take the road (I mean a real road, made for 4x4 cars) which is on the south side and about 12km long. On the road, if you need something more messy, you can shortcut some of the valleys...

On the other hand, if you're really in the business, you can try the east side (under the cablecar) which gives you plenty of options, to break your neck for example... But the east side is so wide that you can take any way you want, hard or soft.

Customer Service

You just take the best looking route... This is down, down, down... to Sinaia.

Similar Products Used: The area is really full with trails... The only thing is that there are no special MTB markers (as somewhere else), so you have to ask somebody if you're not local.
OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
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Cristian Georgescu   [Aug 27, 2002]

This is a mountain made of pure rock, and it looks like a giant rock... The east side (to Sinaia) is really tuff, but there are many options...

For start (and starters), you can take the road (I mean a real road, made for 4x4 cars) which is on the south side and about 12km long. On the road, if you need something more messy, you can shortcut some of the valleys...

On the other hand, if you're really in the business, you can try the east side (under the cablecar) which gives you plenty of options, to break your neck for example... But the east side is so wide that you can take any way you want, hard or soft.

Customer Service

You just take the best looking route... This is down, down, down... to Sinaia.

Similar Products Used: The area is really full with trails... The only thing is that there are no special MTB markers (as somewhere else), so you have to ask somebody if you're not local.
OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
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