Pietrosu Peak (Hungarian: Pietrosz or Nagy-Köves) is a peak of crystalline rocks in the Călimani Mountains in the Carpathian Mountains, Transylvania, Romania which reaches a height of 2,102 metres (6,896 ft). Mapping of the moraines and glacial landforms below the peak indicate at least two stages of glaciation during the Late Quaternary, subsequent to the initial one.
There's a trail leading to the summit. Pietrosul Călimani is one of the 7 peaks along the multi-day Piatra Fântânele-Vf.Pietrosul-Pasul Răchițiș (DJ174A).
By elevation Pietrosul Călimani is
# 1 out of 105 in Mureș # 1 out of 83 in Călimani - Gurghiu
By prominence Pietrosul Călimani is
# 1 out of 105 in Mureș # 1 out of 83 in Călimani - Gurghiu # 7 out of 4361 in Romania # 10 out of 25182 in the Carpathian Mountains
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