View from Egyeskő

Egyeskő hut

At the feet of Egyeskő there is a hikers' hut, situated on 1504 m. The hut was constructed by the Transylvanian Carpathian Society, its official opening was held on the 14th of August, 1932. The building has been extended a few times since then, but its condition continuously deteriorated. By the year 2010, a complete reconstruction of the hut became necessary. Since 2011 the new hut offers two heated sleeping rooms on the ground floor, with altogether 16-18 beds. In addition, there are 10-15 places on matrasses on the upper floor (not heated, but fine with sleeping bags, even in the winter). The ground floor has a heated dining room with two long tables and wooden seats for about 20 people. A separate room is reserved for the mountain rescue team. Warm water is supplied by the newly installed solar collector system. Accommodation costs 20 RON/person/night. Hot and cold food, as well as alcoholic beverages can be purchased in the hut.

GPS coordinates: 46.6837 N | 25.8245 E

The brand new hut by Egyeskő

The brand new hut by Egyeskő
Photo: © István Pál, 2010

Utilization of solar energy marks a new era

Utilization of solar energy marks a new era
Photo: © István Pál, 2011


Booking

Reservation in the hut shall be arranged with the hutkeepers, Zoltán Gál and Aranka Gál, on the following phone number: +40/744-156566. However, only speakers of Hungarian or Romanian language will be able to communicate. For English assistance, please contact István Pál at Transylvanian Adventures Team. Booking is not possible through this website!

It is allowed to pitch tents on the meadow by the hut.

One of the habitable rooms

One of the habitable rooms
Photo: © István Pál, 2010

Until new beds will arrive, the old ones are used

Until new beds will arrive, the old ones are used
Photo: © István Pál, 2011

Sleeping is possible in the attick on mattrasses

Sleeping is possible in the attick on mattrasses
Photo: © István Pál, 2011

True winter mood by the hut

True winter mood by the hut
Photo: © István Csáki, 2010