Glacier Cave Vartop is declared a natural monument. It is of rare beauty, every inch is covered with concreti?iuni incredible and colorful as in a fairytale world. The large entrance gallery begins. Underground course is approx. 50m, which soon receives a tributary that can be followed. Gallery leads upward to the Great Hall which is a gallery of 78 m very short. When we return to the stream can continue to go downhill. Īn?li?ime 8m across a waterfall, where the gallery starts to narrow and becomes low, forcing us to a crawling to a sip. This area is often flooded during rainy periods. Visiting the cave throughout its length requires equipment and a complete speleological speleological scale.
The cave is a speleological reservation and can be visited only in this guide, which is at the Stone House.
Rust is a huge hole ravines, with tears rust. It was formed by erosion. It is a real life injury, erosion works now, increasing the size of the hole. Has a width of approx. 600 m and 100 m depth over its inclined walls, sharp edges converge toward the center of the pit, where the Dry Valley Vālcelul with key sectors that can not be covered than climbers. 4 km beyond the pit is Flower Glade and white walls that are visible in the distance are Galbena stones.
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- Nature Reserves
- Museums and galleries
- Artistic and historical sites
- Churches and monasteries
- Skiing (downhill)
- Skiing (cross-country)
- Mountain bike