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Romania Bigar Waterfall

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Romania has so many hidden wonderful places that are little known …even to Romanians. Bigar Waterfall is one of them & is located in the Caras-Severin County, which ranks first in a recent chart of unique waterfalls. This hidden gem can be found somewhere on the road between the village of Bozovici and the village of Poneasca, in the Anina mountains.
Caras-Severin,Romania

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Bigar is easy to access as it's located right off the highway. There is parking for only 4 cars at the falls, but we found additional parking about 100 yards farther North.
Crowd Factor Just a few people
Best Timing All timings are equally good
Sunrise & Sunset 07:54 - 17:35 | current local time: 01:51
Locations Caras-SeverinBigar
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Spot Comments (2)

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Reinhard Prinzmeier
Reinhard Prinzmeier 29.12.2021
Well, in fact, the large mushroom-headed sintered block of limestone that created the veil of water like a stretched umbrella has broken off and fallen into the gorge. What remains is a still pretty waterfall, which also forms a bit of a veil, and the gorge into which it falls. Above, a short hiking trail leads through a deciduous forest along the small stream. There are a few small, delicate waterfalls here too. At the top is a karst rock face with a cave. At a railing, a very steep, rocky path leads to the cave. Very brave climbers can enter the cave on a chain.
George
George 05.08.2021
Unfortunately, this spot no longer exists, the piece of land sticking out, fall into the river below destroying the waterfall.

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Thank you Ron Azevedo for creating this photo spot and Mihaly Sagi, MT Kelly, Norbert Liesz, Reinhard Prinzmeier for improving it with additional photos or content.
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