Ciucaș Mts

We’ve spent this weekend close to home. Saturday we had a full day in Ciucaș Mts, 50 minute drive from our office, where we enjoyed the sun, the wind and the foggy weather. On Sunday we had a 3 hour splitboard course in our local resort, Poiana Brașov. We were happy that winter is finally here and enjoyed every minute of it. It is a must try when in Brasov.

Thanks to our sponsors Boarder’s Cottage, Surmont the bike Store, Splitboard Romania

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