- The Varciorog Falls is located in the Biharia massif at an altitude of 1090 m and is about 15 m tall.
- The glacier at Scarisoara is the largest ice cave in Romania (about 27,000 cubic meters of ice 26 meters thick) and among the few in Europe. The glacier at Scarisoara is at an altitude of 1165 m and is over 3000 years old. The cave has two floors, of which only the upper one is accessible to tourists. It includes ice formations that each summer undergo melting changes.
- Ruginoasa pit is a great phenomenon of erosion. The rupture has a depth of more than 100 m and at the top a diameter of about 500 m. It grows heavily compartments and all the wires converge to the bottom of a valley, the Seci Valley Valley. The Ruginoasa Gorge is located in the northern slope of Mount Tapul at the springs of the Seci Valley, at an altitude of 1373 m.
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