The third event in the 2022 40tude Adventure Series finds us in the Transylvanian Alps of Romania, taking a remote and wild journey through stunning scenery, while raising vital funds for 40tude. 

The Transylvanian Alps make up the southern end of the Carpathian Mountain Range, the third longest mountain range in Europe which arcs from the Czech Republic in the north west, through Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, the Ukraine and Serbia, to Romania.   

This four day trek winds through the rugged and majestic Bucegi and Piatra Crailui mountains, surrounded by glacial lakes, alpine grasslands, and vast, undisturbed, ancient woodlands.  It incorporates three summits, adding to the element of challenge.   In addition to wonderful scenery, this area is home to some amazing wildlife – brown bear, wolves, lynx and bison as well as Golden Eagles and the rare, elusive Ural Owl. We will trek through remote communities, scattered across the valleys, where the locals lead simple, rural lives.  

The Highlights…

Visiting a remote, less well known area of Europe, and trekking for four days in the Transylvanian Alps over tough and challenging terrain;

Exploring the southern end of one of Europe’s mightiest mountain ranges;

Challenging yourself with a three Peak Summit challenge over 4 days - Omu (2505m), Batrana (2181m) and Piscul Baciului (2238m);

Staying in local basic mountain huts/guesthouses hosted by the local families (NO CAMPING!!!);

Visiting the famous Bram Castle, closely linked to vampire legends!!

Celebrating the group’s impressive achievement in the ancient Saxon town of Brasov.

Group size and dates

The maximum group size is 18 people.  You will be accompanied by a Tribal Tracks Leader, Mountain Leader qualified, as well as supported by local, in-country guides.  Due to the limited places, places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

The planned dates for this challenge are from 18 - 24 September 2022.

 Click here for the full itinerary and here to book your place.

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