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Wandering to Waterfall Clocota in Geoagiu Băi

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The resort of Geoagiu Băi is a perfect place for who wants to make an escape from the fast rhythm we live in every day. Surrounded by a lot of forest and full of historical load that makes its presence felt almost at all the pace and the healing gifts of nature, namely the thermal water that was found in the resort of Geoagiu Băi From the days of the Dacians make of this resort a wonderful place. Clocota waterfall is one of the most beautiful I've seen and it's worth visiting every season. It is about 20 minutes walk from the center of the resort being a real delight for any traveler eager for new experiences.

Distance 2.1 km
0:37 h
54 m
54 m

The Clodada waterfall from the resort of Geoagiu-Băi is located on the river with the same name and is located in the Methaliferi Mountains being considered one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Hunedoara County. It is about 40 meters high and collects thermal water from 16 springs, which makes it never freeze. As a result, it is worth visiting in every season because it will always surfgate. In winter, all the vegetation around it seems to be removed from an ice Kingdom due to steam from the thermal water and wraps the shrubs around the waterfall in the winter jacket, the whip. In the warm season, however, all the vegetation comes alive and once there, you travel, you will hear only the roar of the water that hits the ground and the rock as it falls, and you will feel that time is standing still for a few moments. 

That's what I felt. Because joy is one step away, it is in nature, where everyone feels secure and undefeated. The way to the waterfall is very easy to go, and once you get there you will find a bank for rest and admire the wonder, and for the safety of the travellers there is also a wooden rail around the valley because it is quite deep.

Author’s recommendation

When returning you can visit the thermal Roman baths that are changed only by the passing of time, otherwise they are the same as in the days of the Romanians who enjoyed the properties of these waters beneficial for health.

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Adela Bodin
Updated: March 14, 2020
Highest point
347 m
Lowest point
293 m
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Safety information

If you visit the waterfall after a rainy period or during winter, the terrain near the railing may be slipping.

Start

The intersection near Hotel Germisara (347 m)
Coordinates:
DD
45.934625, 23.166673
DMS
45°56'04.6"N 23°10'00.0"E
UTM
34T 667966 5089066
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Destination

Clocota Waterfall

Turn-by-turn directions

 

Follow the exit from the roundabout toward Germisara Street to the restaurants area (hint: restaurant Agrementul) then keep to the right to Școlii Street, then right again to Taberei Street. A slight descent follows and in a few hundred meters you'll get to the waterfall.

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Getting there

Parking

There is a car park 1,5 km away from the Waterfall.

Coordinates

DD
45.934625, 23.166673
DMS
45°56'04.6"N 23°10'00.0"E
UTM
34T 667966 5089066
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Equipment

As access to the waterfall is easy it is recommended to wear comfortable clothing and suitable shoes for hiking. 


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2.1 km
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0:37 h
Ascent
54 m
Descent
54 m
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