Bihor Mountains hiking map
The Bihor Mountains are located in the central part of the Apuseni Mountains, bordered by the Vladeasa Mountains to the north, the Gilau Mountains to the north-east, Muntele Mare to the east, the Metaliferi Mountains to the south and south-east, the Codru Moma Mountains to the west, and Beius Depression to the northwest.
There are numerous gorges, caves, sinkholes and karst springs, this area of the country being representative for karst topography. The highest elevation is reached on Curcubata Mare Peak, 1849 m, also known as Bihor Peak. Besides the highest peak, other peaks attracting the attention of hiking enthusiasts are: Curcubata Mica Peak, Piatra Graitoare Peak, Mount Gaina Cruce.
There are also several famous natural attractions in this area, such as: Ponor Fortress, Scarisoara Ice Cave, Bears’ Cave, Vartop Ice Cave, Radeasa Fortress, the Lost World Karst Plateau or the Rusty Pit. Other less known sights that can be visited are: Ionel's Gate Cave, Bihor Gates Cave, Ordancusa Gorge, Varciorog Waterfall or Patrahaitesti Waterfall.
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