Tourists have three slopes. The one from Vârtop 1 has a length of 1,000 meters, benefiting from the night, snow cannons and with a medium difficulty, the one from Vârtop 2, also with a degree of average difficulty, measures 430 meters, while the slope
of at Piatra Grăatoare, it measures 1,600 meters, with three descents that will be served by a modern 4-seater chairlift with a length of 1,095 meters and with a capacity of 1400 people per hour; the chairlift is detachable - the seats go at a much slower
speed in the stations to facilitate the tourists climb on the seats; the speed of the chairlift is 5 meters / second and in stations of 0.5 meters per second.
Vârciorog Waterfall is a spectacular waterfall over 15 meters high located in a coniferous forest at the foot of Piatra Graitoare Peak. It is found in Arieseni, near the village of Vamvucesti - 5 kilometers away from the center of the commune. The waterfall
and the buffer zone around it constitute a landscape reserve protected by law.
The Rust Cave, Valea Seacă Canyon is part of the Apuseni Natural Park and represents a valley with steep slopes, formed by erosion of streams (ravines) which caused the appearance of quartzite layers (red-violet color), conferring the area (from the point of
landscape view) a special aspect, being a natural reserve with an area of 20.40 hectares and has been declared a protected area and overlaps the area of special avifaunistic protection - Apuseni Mountains - Vlădeasa.
Access to the area can be made from the city of Oradea to the city of Beiuș, about 50 km away, or from the city of Alba Iulia.