Erma River Gorge Tran, Bulgaria

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Erma River Gorge

Erma River Gorge is a gorge on Erma River, Bulgaria. It is situated 3,5 km north of the town Tran close to village Lomnitsa. Rocks in the gorge are over 100 meters. There is a bridge, on which ypu can see this natural phenomenon. From the southern end of the gorge begins The Tran Ecotrail, which is 13 km long and the entire trail takes about 8 hours walking. The trail is a series of equal sections, steep ascents and descents, bridges and stairs.

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