Transfagarasan, the road that crosses the Fagaras mountains

The Transfagarasan is a paved mountain road crossing the southern section of the Carpathian Mountains of Romania. The road from Vidraru dam to Cartisoara crosses a mountain area situated at high altitudes, and it was built between 1970–1974, on a length of approximately 91 km.

The road climbs to an altitude of 2,042 meters. It is the second-highest mountain pass in Romania after the Transalpina. The route that crosses the Fagaras mountains is usually closed from late October until late June because of snow.

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