Avenor Holiday Run

October 23-31


Thank you for participating! Each kilometer counts!
If you took photos on your route, upload them in the Padlet below.👇

The high school students’ experience at Avenor Saturday Run, filmed by Clara, a student from grade 10.

This holiday is a perfect opportunity for outdoor movement.

We invite you to walk or run together on Via Transilvanica – the route that stretches from Drobeta Turnu Severin to Putna.

After running together, on October 2nd, from Bucharest to Avenor College milestone from Via Transilvanica, we now aim to travel back and forth on this amazing route.

Rules of the Race


The race is open to the entire community from nursery to high school


Each participant records his kilometers, in the form provided by Avenor during the race.


The kilometers traveled by children are recorded separately from those of the parents


Declared kilometers must be accompanied by a photo application with which they were measured to attest the distance traveled by the participant

Avenor College

Start at 9:00

Team Leader Ionel Vodă

Herăstrău Park
(Charles de Gaulle entrance)

Start at 8.00

Team Leader Andrei Roșu

Start at 10.00

Team Leader Oana Fotino

Museum Antipa

Start at 11:00

Team Leader Ana-Caterina

Share snapshots from your route

Share snapshots from your route

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The story of the Avenor College Milestone
on Via Transilvanica

Avenor College supports the project developed by Tășuleasa Social Association – Via Transilvanica – a spectacular road that crosses Romania, passing through 10 counties (Mehedinți, Caraș-Severin, Hunedoara, Alba, Sibiu, Brașov, Harghita, Mureș, Bistrița-Năsăud and Suceava). . The road starts from Putna (Bucovina), crosses Transylvania and ends at Drobeta-Turnu Severin, on the Danube shore.

In 2020, Avenor sponsored the instalment of a milestone on Via Transilvanica, near Agârbiciu, Sibiu county.

Artist: Cristina Crăciun

Longitude 24.1878497

Latitude 46.07279055

Via Transilvanica is a project meant to bring us closer to the natural, cultural, ethnic, historical landscape of Romania. The 1,000-kilometer route can be completed on foot or by bicycle.

We invite you to find out more about the story of this route, which we hope to explore soon with our students.