Are spectacular by the waterfalls created by the river, landscape and deciduous and fir forests pursuing the river until Novaci.
Gilort, name considered of Dacian origin, flows from Parang Mountains, respectively under Parângul Mare Peak (2519m) by two main springs, located at an altitude of about 2350 m, immediately flanked on the right by Mandra Peak and on the left by Gruiu Peak, and after a long intramontane route with keys, rapids and waterfalls comes out in Novaci.
Access is made trough Novaci and it goes north along Gilort river course.
The natural environment surrounded by mountains covered with pine forests makes of Gilort Keys a great place where you can spend a pleasant weekend camping.
The road is accessible but is not modernized so to go upstream we recommend you a machine with a higher ground clearance.
Gilort is stocked with trout but fishing is prohibited altogether, especially upstream.
Initial orientation course is from north-west to south-east, for receiving tributaries from the left:
-Setea Mică -West stream, gathering the waters of Ghereş and Stâncior, which joins before the confluence of Gilort with Gruiu stream;
-Setea Mică -East stream, which gathers the waters of the Setea Mică and Setea Mare peaks.
Then, after heading south receives from the right:
- Tărtărău stream which springs under Tărtărău peak of the Groapa ridge;
- Măcăria stream, gathering four streams on the right side, of which the most known is Cătina , after which continues in the original direction to receive, from the left:
- Pleşcoaia (or Setea Mare) stream, sprang from under Setea Mare and Pleşcoaia Peaks of Câlcescu culm;
- Romanu stream, that flows on the final portion on Romanu Valley, after collecting Mohor and Păpuşa streams, arising under the peaks with the same names, and then Mioarele and Romii streams, on its right side;
and then, on the right side Calului and Redeiu streams and on the left side Dâlbanu and Rânca, for then to reorient the course to south until Novaci.