The Vaser River is 62 kilometres long, forming a spectacular canyon-like valley, where cliffs alternate with fir and beech forests, clearings and mineral water springs. The trains are pulled by several steam engines: the oldest one was built in 1910 ("O&K") followed by one other made in 1921 ("Krauss") and 5 Romanian steam engines built between 1953-1955. On the railway (built in 1932) run also several Diesel engines (built in 1960's-1970's) and other vehicles. The tourist train departs at 8,30 AM, on a 6 hours long trip (up to Paltinu, 21 km upstream). A journey with the Mocanita is like going back in time: on the valley is not cell phone signal (there are in service only radio stations). In the very early morning departs the logging train, hauled by Diesel engines, carrying forest workers, materials and some adventurous tourists. I can also guide people with the "real", logging train, upon request.