It finally snowed in the mountains, much to the delight of winter sports enthusiasts, who were expecting better skiing conditions. In Maramureş, Gorj or Sinaia, the freshly laid layer delighted thousands of tourists. Only those who arrived in Poiana Brasov were disappointed. After the infernal queues on the road, they learned that the wind did not allow the gondola to work.
It snowed heavily in Maramureş County and, as never before this season, the Cavnic slope was full of tourists.
Reporter: How’s the slope?
Tourist: Very nice. Today I learned for the first time and I managed to give myself four times, it means it’s good, it’s not very frozen, it’s very ok.
Reporter: Are you happy that it’s snowing?
Tourist: Yes, maximum, it’s very nice, I recommend.
The good news spread quickly and the slopes filled up like snow.
Tourist: I think this is the sixth time I’ve been here since December. So far I haven’t caught any snow, but now I’m enjoying the snow.
Tourist: It’s really great and it’s snowing, it’s not ice at all, it’s powder, especially for giving.
The snow layer measures up to 60 centimeters, and the occupancy rate in the resort is 90%, until the end of February.
Fairytale landscapes at Rânca and Voineasa
And in Rânca, the snow brought hundreds of tourists on the slope. There are already 80 centimeters of manure here, and by Wednesday the Trojans could reach a meter. And Sinaia was an ant today. It was just as crowded on the Voineasa slope.
The tourists also went to Poiana Braşov in search of snow. After queuing for hours on DN1, they ended up disappointed on the Postavaru slope. Due to the strong wind, the cable car was closed. It was possible to ski on the eight slopes, but the conditions were not very good.
Ski Instructor: No facilities are currently in operation. The advanced ones can go with the big cable car, but otherwise, the beginners, here on the children’s playground.
Meteorologists have issued a yellow code of heavy snow and blizzard in the mountainous area of the country. The warning is in effect until 10 a.m. tomorrow.
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