Izvoare is a ski resort in Maramureş, located in an area with natural springs and a good climate for treating various diseases.
Azuga is known as “skiers’ paradise”, being ideal especially for experienced ones. Cazacu and Sorica are the most popular slopes found in Azuga winter sports complex.
Șuior is a small winter mountain resort in Maramureș, situated very close to Mogoşa and Cavnic. Located at an altitude of 668m, in the heart of Gutâi Mountains, Șuior is the perfect choice for winter sports’ enthusiasts.
Stâna de Vale
Stâna de Vale is a small alpine resort in Vlădeasa Mountains, in Crişana Region. Situated at an altitude of 1102m, the resort is primarily known for its ski slopes, but also for hikes in the surrounding mountains and for the curative properties of its mineral springs.
First mentioned in a historical document dating from 1353, the town of Borșa is one of the main mountain resorts in Maramureș. Situated 125km east of Baia Mare, in a beautiful mountainous area, the resort attracts numerous mountain sports enthusiasts.
Cavnic is a ski resort in Maramureș, close to Mogoșa and Șuior. Due to the fact that there are a high number of days with snow in this area, the town has recently been transformed into a holiday destination for winter sports enthusiasts.
Mogoșa is a ski resort and touristic area in Maramureș, close to Şuior and Cavnic resorts. It is a year-round destination for tourists attracted by summer and winter sports or by various entertainment and relaxation opportunities.
Păltiniș is a mountain resort close to Sibiu, surrounded by beautiful mountains which offer numerous summer and winter sports and outdoor activities. Established at the end of the 19th century at an altitude of 1.442m, it is considered to be the oldest and highest resort in the country.
Poiana Brașov, situated only 12km from Brașov, is Romania’s premier ski resort. It has the best and most modern equipments in the country in what regards the winter sports.
Predeal is a ski resort near Brașov, on the Prahova Valley. Situated at over 1000m above the sea level, it is considered the highest altitude settlement in Romania, an ideal place for winter sports.
Sinaia, also known as the Pearl of the Carpathians, is one of the most elegant and attractive mountain resorts in Romania. The town takes its name after Sinaia Monastery around which it was built.
Bușteni is a mountain resort on the Prahova Valley, in the Bucegi Mountains. It offers numerous water springs used in balneary treatments. In the summertime, the mountaineers can explore on over 250 routes with high degrees of difficulty in the mountains.
Rânca is a developing mountain resort, both in what regards the services and the numbers of pensions and hotels. Between November and May, there are two ski slopes open, one for beginners (600m) and one of medium level (500m), and two sledge slopes.