Price: 1840 uah
Number of days: 6
Distance: 62 km
Difficulty level: average
The route: Village of Kvasy – Menchul – mt.Petros – mt.Goverla – Lake Nesamovite – Lake Berebenskul – mt.Vukhaty Kamin – mt.Pip Ivan – Smotrych – Village of Dzembronya.
Chornogora is the highest mountain spine in Ukraine. Here are represented the great amount of ukrainian peaks. You`ll find here amazing landscapes, beautiful valleys, mountain lakes, the old Polish observatory and many interesting things.
Day 1 (9km). Meeting in the village of Kvasy – hiking to the valley Menchul (1300m) – camping.
Day 2 (14 km). Hiking to the backbone – traverse of mt.Rognneska – mt.Petros (2020m) – foot of Hoverla (2061m) – camping.
Day 3 (10km). Climbing on mt.Goverla – Breskul valley – traverse of mt.Pozhizhevskaya – traverse mt.Dancizh – lake Nesamovyte – camping.
Day 4 (4km). Radial hiking on mt.Shpitsa (1863m) – Peak of mt.Guten-Tomnatyk (2016m, optional) – lake Berebenskul – camping.
Day 5 (17km). Travers of mt.Brebeneskul (2036m) – Vuhaty kamin (1864m) – mt.Pip Ivan (2026m) – Smotrych valley (1300m) – camping.
Day 6 (8km). Village of Dzembronya.
What awaits you:
- Shepherds and their friends.
- Ability to taste real ukrainian cheese.
- Panorama of the Carpathians from the bird’s-eye view.
- The highest mountain lake in Ukraine named Brebeneskul.
- “Pearl of Carpathians” – Lake Nesamovite.
- The old observatory in Ukraine named Pip Ivan.
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