Situated in Piatra Mare Mountains at an altitude of 1,100 m, Tamina Waterfall is stringing 5 waterfalls, of which the largest has a height of 10 m. The waterfall was formed by widening of more than 50 m of old drainage lines installed on vertical cracks in the limestone mass. In forming this waterfall it is considered a possible collapse of a cave.
Biodiversity is one of the strong points of this waterfall which hosts many species and habitats protected at national and European level. Among the most important habitats for here there are those of the limestone cliffs, gorges, alpine meadows, streams and mountain springs.
Seven Stairs Canyon attracts thousands of tourists from all over the country, being situated at an altitude of 980 meters, on the Seven Stairs River, left tributary of Sipoaia Valley. The waterfall length is of 160 m, the height difference being of around 58 m. The steps heights varies between 8 and 35 m. Deepened
in Jurassic limestone, the Seven Stairs Keys trace the morphological evolution of the entire Piatra Mare massive.
Ice Cave is considered to be the most important cave in Piatra Mare massive, located in the Gatul Chibei mountain area. Developed by a vertical fissure the cave has an opening of 50 m, oriented towards north. Inside it, the temperature is low throughout the year, sometimes there is snow.