List of mountains in Romania

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This is an (incomplete) list of mountains in Romania . There are 12 peaks over 2,500 m in Romania.

PeakMountain RangeCounty (Counties)Height (m)
Moldoveanu Peak Făgăraș Mountains Argeș 2,544
Negoiu Peak Făgăraș Mountains Sibiu 2,535
Viștea Mare Făgăraș Mountains Brașov 2,527
Parângu Mare Parâng Mountains Gorj, Hunedoara 2,519
Lespezi Făgăraș Mountains Sibiu 2,517
Omu Peak Bucegi Mountains Prahova, Brașov, Dâmbovița 2,514
Peleaga Retezat Mountains Hunedoara 2,509
Păpușa Retezat Mountains Hunedoara 2,508
Vânătarea lui Buteanu Făgăraș Mountains Sibiu 2,507
Hartopul Darei (Dara's Hollow) Făgăraș Mountains 2,506
Cornul Călțunului Făgăraș Mountains Sibiu 2,505
Bucura Peak Bucegi Mountains Prahova, Brașov, Dâmbovița 2,503
Dara Făgăraș Mountains 2,500
Retezat Peak Retezat Mountains Hunedoara 2,482
Iezeru Mare Iezer Mountains Argeș 2,462
Pietrosul Rodnei Rodna Mountains Maramureș 2,303
Gugu Peak Godeanu Mountains Caraș-Severin, Hunedoara 2,291
Suru Peak Făgăraș Mountains Sibiu 2,283
Ineu Peak Rodna Mountains Bistrița-Năsăud 2,279
Cindrel Peak Cindrel Mountains Sibiu 2,244
Șteflești Lotru Sibiu, Vâlcea 2,242
La Om (Piscul Baciului) Piatra Craiului Brașov 2,238
Godeanu Peak Godeanu Mountains Caraș-Severin, Gorj 2,229
Căleanu Țarcu Mountains Caraș-Severin 2,190
Țarcu Peak Țarcu Mountains Caraș-Severin 2,190
Leaota Peak Leaota Mountains Dâmbovița, Argeș 2,133
Vârfu lui Pătru Șureanu Mountains Hunedoara 2,130
Ursu Peak Căpățâna Mountains Vâlcea 2,124
Pietrosu Peak Călimani Mountains Suceava, Mureș 2,100
Șureanu Peak Șureanu Mountains Hunedoara 2,059
Farcău Peak Maramureș Mountains Maramureș 1,956
Ciucaș Peak Ciucaș Mountains Brașov, Prahova 1,954
Toroiaga Maramureș Mountains Maramureș 1,930
Ocolașu Mare Ceahlău Massif Neamț 1,907
Mount Toaca Ceahlău Massif Neamț 1,900
Straja Vâlcan Gorj, Hunedoara 1,868
Budacu Bistrița Neamț, Suceava 1,859
Giumalău Giumalău-Rarău Mountains Suceava 1,856
Cucurbăta Mare Bihor Mountains Bihor, Alba 1,849
Vârful Bran Țibleș Maramureș, Bistrița-Năsăud 1,839
Vlădeasa Vlădeasa Cluj 1,836
Muntele Mare Muntele Mare Alba, Cluj 1,826
Harghita Mădăraș Harghita Mountains Harghita 1,800
Hășmașu Mare Hășmaș Harghita, Neamț 1,792
Pietrosu Peak Bistrița Mountains Suceava 1,791
Goru Vrancea Mountains Buzău, Vrancea 1,784
Lăcăuț Vrancea Mountains Covasna, Vrancea 1,777
Saca Peak Gurghiu Mountains Mureș 1,776
Penteleu Penteleu Buzău 1,772
Vlașcu Mic Munții Cernei Caraș-Severin 1,733
Cozia Peak Cozia Mountains Vâlcea 1,668
Grinduș Tarcău Bacău 1,664
Rarău Giumalău-Rarău Mountains Suceava 1,650
Nemira Nemira Bacău 1,649
Heniu Mare Bârgău Mountains Bistrița-Năsăud 1,611
Lucina Obcina Mestecăniș Suceava 1,588
Cucu Harghita Mountains Harghita, Covasna 1,558
Bivolu Stânișoara Neamț 1,530
Pașcani Obcina Feredeu Suceava 1,495
Vârfu lui Stan Mehedinți Mountains Mehedinți 1,466
Piatra Goznei Semenic Mountains Caraș-Severin 1,447
Gutâi Peak Gutâi Mountains Maramureș 1,443
Poienița Peak Munții Metaliferi Alba 1,437
Padeș Peak Poiana Ruscă Timiș, Caraș-Severin 1,374
Dâmbău Trascău Mountains Alba 1,369
Igniș Gutâi Maramureș 1,307
Ciomatu Bodoc Harghita 1,301
Detunata Munții Metaliferi Alba 1,258
Svinecea Mare Almăj Caraș-Severin 1,224
Leordiș Munții Aninei Caraș-Severin 1,160
Pleșu Codru Moma Arad, Bihor 1,112
Vârfu Cetății Perșani Brașov 1,104
Măgura Priei Meseș Sălaj 996
Muntele Cetatuia Făgăraș Mountains Argeș 850
Drocea Zarand Mountains Arad 836
Țuțuiatu Măcin Tulcea 467

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