Und wo ist Babele?   (4,0 based on 8 ratings)    viewed: 2010x
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1 Coltii Tapului
2 Varful Obarsei
3 Coltii Obarsei
4 Baba Mare
5 Costila
6 Sphinx
7 Babele
8 Furnica

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Location: Babele (2216 m)      by: Konrad Sus
Area: Romania      Date: 6.07.2015
Babele is a summit in Bucegi Mountains - famous about interesting geomorphological relief form - sandstone rocks with interesting shape - most famous are Sphinx and Babele. We came here by foot, but most of tourists come here with cable car from Busteni Resort (35 Lei up and 35 Lei down - 1 Euro = 4 Lei). Unfortunally its very crowdy area with many rubbish and destroyed paths by touristic traffic.

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Interesting pano, Konrad! Even the insert is more interisting than disturbing.

But left of the tower a larger stitching problem in the horizon happened to occur.
2015/07/12 13:48, Arne Rönsch
Yes, this is Babele - and many people.
Your picture brings back memories of a tour by the Bucegi:
50 years ago you could boot up even with the jeep, but from Sinaia to the hotelul Alpin 1400. You can go but difficult from Busteni through the valea Jepi to Caraiman and Babele. We could ride then from Babele to virful Costila with a tracked vehicle. The further ascent and descent from the virful Omu (2504m) through valea Cerbului was but on foot. But before Busteni we could ride with a old horse-drawn carriage.
Please correct the small error left of the virful Costila
2015/07/12 15:50, Heinz Höra
Re: 
I corrected stitch error, thanks for drawing attention. Yes, I was at Varful Omu, some panorama will be added later.
2015/07/12 21:17, Konrad Sus
Thank you to show us places that for many of us are unknown.
2015/07/14 19:20, Giuseppe Marzulli

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