In the cold season, Lazeshchyna is a great ski resort. Tourists can ski on the local piste. The snow here lasts from October to April. In addition, the well-known ski resorts of Dragobrat and Bukovel are located near Lazeshchyna at a distance of up to 20 km.
In the warm season, Lazeshchyna is very popular among hikers. It is convenient to make climbing the highest peak of Ukraine, Hoverla and Mount Petros, which are located directly next to the village. Along the way, you can pick a lot of mushrooms and berries in the local forests.
At any time of the year, Lazeshchyna attracts visitors with its preserved Hutsul traditions and monuments. Among the local residents there are many folk artists who preserve and enhance valuable folk crafts of embroidery, weaving, quilting, carving and root plastics. In addition, Lazeshchyna has managed to preserve the monuments of wooden church architecture represented by the churches of Peter and Paul (1870) and the Transfiguration of the Lord (1827).
Lazeshchyna is also a great place for gastronomic tourism. In local cafes and restaurants, you can taste delicious Hutsul cuisine. The apotheosis of gastronomic tours to Lazeshchyna is the Hutsul Turnip Festival (turnips are called potatoes in Rakhiv region), which is held annually in September. It attracts fans of gastronomic tourism and local traditions.
After skiing, hiking, gastronomic tours or sightseeing, a visit to the vats in Lazeshchyna is a great way to relax and unwind at any time of the year.
In Lazeshchyna, local Hutsul tubs are incredibly comfortable and healing. The surrounding landscapes, clean mountain air and high-quality service will make bathing in the “Carpathian Jacuzzi” as pleasant and useful as possible.