Rodna Mountains National Park - entrance tickets

Rodna Mountains National Park is the second national park in the country, with an area of ​​47,202 ha, of which 3,300 hectares were declared in 1979 Biosphere Reserve, located in the northern group of the Eastern Carpathians. The importance of this protected area is due both to the geology and geomorphology of the mountains, and to the presence of numerous species of fauna and flora, endemics and glacial relics.

At the entrance to the national park, from Borșa, there is the Waterfall of the Horses, in an area of ​​a special picturesque. The cliffs in the area are a great attraction for climbers.

The strict protection area Pietrosul Mare (3084 hectares) is located in the northwestern part of the Rodna Mountains. It takes place from about 750 m to 2,303 m altitude, including in its area reliefs belonging to different modeling cycles (especially glacier and periglacial), as well as parts of the main vegetation of the Rodna Mountains.

The strict protection area Piatra Rea (201 hectares) is protected especially by the abundance of specimens of the corner flower (Leontopodium alpinum).

The Ineu-Lala strict protection zone (960 hectares) shows a wide development of the glacial relief (custos, glacial cirques, glacial valleys, moraines), comprising elements of the hydrographic network (waterfalls, glacial lakes) and elements of the flora and fauna characteristic of these mountains. : Rodna Mountains opus (Silene nivalis), Pinus cembra, Black Goat (Rupicapra rupicapra), Birch Rooster (Tetrao tetrix), etc.

The Corongiș protection zone (401 ha) includes the forest bottom, the meadows and the rocks, which extend to Paltin Peak - 1987 m. The calcareous substrate determines the existence of an interesting flora and fauna from a scientific point of view.

In addition to the strict protection areas, there are also protected natural areas of national interest: the narcissus glade on the Saca Massif, the Cave from Valea Cobășelului, Izvorul Bătrâna, Izvoarele Mihăiesei and Peştera and Izbucul Izvorul Albastru al Izei.

Rodna Mountains National Park completely overlaps over the site of community importance ROSCI0125 Rodna Mountains and over the special avifauna protection area ROSPA0085 Rodna Mountains.

About this ticket

Valid on the booked date
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Difficult wheelchair access
Free cancellation up to 1 hour before the attraction opening


  • Glaciers and glacial lakes, peaks over 2000 m (Ineu Peak, Pietrosul Peak), junipers (Pinus mugo) with pine (Pinus cembra), beautiful mountain landscapes.
  • The meadow with daffodils from the Saca massif at an altitude of 1,600 m, offers a magnificent view.
  • Natural waterfalls, geological formations.
  • Mountain flora: bellflower, Rodna Mountains opaque - Carpathian endemic, gentian, corner flower, mountain peony.
  • Wildlife specific to the area: bear, wolf, lynx, deer, deer, wild boar, black goat, marmot, rooster and birch rooster.
  • Existing infrastructure on tourist and thematic routes: signposted arrows, information panels, themed panels, resting places with tables and benches, lookout points, arranged camping places.

Free cancellation up to 1 hour before the attraction opens. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.

Important information

Know before you go
  • The visitation fee is paid by the natural and legal persons who visit the protected natural areas, except for those provided in Art. 24 par. (3) of the Park Regulation approved by OM no. 307/2019, respectively the employees of APNMR, Gendarmerie, Salvamont etc.
  • What's not allowed
    Littering Wildlife collection
Meeting point
Address: Parcul National Muntii Rodnei
  • Regarding the access to the park, the Salva - Vişeu transmontane railway line, located in the west of the massif, respectively the Salva - Ilva Mică railway line, located in the south of the massif, facilitate the access to Rodna Mountains from the localities they cross: Telciu, Romuli, respectively Năsăud, Rebrişoara, Ilva Mică, Sîngeorz-Băi, Maieru, Anieş, Rodna. The railways are doubled by roads connecting Transylvania with Maramureş through the Şetref Pass, and with Moldova by the Rotunda Pass. The massive access from the north is made through Borşa locality, Maramureș county, and from the northeast through Cârlibaba locality, Suceava county.

Plan your visit

When to book?

Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities.


Once your booking has been confirmed, you will receive an email containing your booking voucher. Please print it out or download on your smartphone/tablet to show on the day of the activity.

Frequently asked questions
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From$ 1.96per person
Free cancellation up to 1 hour before the attraction opening

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