The Buila-V├ónturari┼úa Massif is located in the central-northern part of Valcea County is one of the C─âp─â┼ú├ónii Mountains massifs. This massif differs by the main mountain chain by its layout, structure and relief. The main chain of C─âp─â┼ú├ónii Mountains, made mostly of schists, lies from east to west, with secondary peaks in its north and its south, except two limestone massifs, whose main peaks lie from south-west to north-east. These being the Tarnovu Massif (north-west) and Buila-V├ónturari┼úa Massif (south-east).
The Buila-V├ónturari┼úa Massif lies from the western corner of Bistri┼úa Gorges to the eastern corner of Ol─âne┼čti Gorges (also called Folea Gorges). The connection with the C─âp─â┼ú├ónii Mountains is made through the Netedu Plateau (located between the Bistri┼úa and Coste┼čti rivers), the Lespezi Plateau (between the Coste┼čti and Cheia rivers) and the H─âd─âr─âu Plateau (between Cheia and Ol─âne┼čti rivers).
Buila-V├ónturari┼úa Peak is configured as a line in length, 14 km long and 0.5 to 2.5 km wide, (due to the expansion of Jurassic limestones).
The maximum elevation of the park is at the summit of V├ónturari┼úa Mare peak (1885 m), and the minimum is at the exit of the Bistri┼úa River from its gorges (550 m). The main peaks of the massif, starting form south-west to north-east, are: Arnota (1183.7 m), Cacova (1525.1 m), Piatra (1643 m), Albu (1658.9 m), Buila (1848.6 m), ┼×tevioara (1847 m), V├ónturari┼úa Mare (1885.2 m), Vioreanu (1866 m), V├ónturari┼úa Mic─â (1655 m), Stogu (981 m).