<p>Photographers from across Europe recently took part in the <a href="http://www.wild-wonders.com/" target="_blank">Wild Wonders of Europe project</a>, traveling the continent in search of its natural beauty and wildlife. They captured peaks, gorges, and other mountain landscapes—as well as some of the animals that live there.</p> <p>Pictured here: Bicaz Gorges, Cheile Bicazului-Hăşmaş National Park, Carpathians, Transylvania, Romania</p>

Bicaz Gorges, Romania

Photographers from across Europe recently took part in the Wild Wonders of Europe project, traveling the continent in search of its natural beauty and wildlife. They captured peaks, gorges, and other mountain landscapes—as well as some of the animals that live there.

Pictured here: Bicaz Gorges, Cheile Bicazului-Hăşmaş National Park, Carpathians, Transylvania, Romania

Photograph by Cornelia Dörr, Wild Wonders of Europe

European Parks—Mountains

See photos of the mountain landscapes and wildlife of Europe (including alpine scenery, national parks, and more) in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.

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