In Lumshory is a magical cascade of waterfalls. These fountains are low, but enchant with their beauty and beauty. The picturesque Lumshor Falls are located more than 3 kilometers on the northeastern outskirts of Lumshor, and are formed by the turbulent flow of the river Turitsa (a tributary of the Turia). The water descends here from the Runa mountain meadow (Rivne), which is the largest mountain meadow in Transcarpathia and in all the Ukrainian Carpathians. The largest Lumshory waterfalls are Krutylo, Solovey, Davir, Burkach and Perestupen. One of the highest waterfalls, called Davir (called Partizan in Soviet times), is over 4-6 m high and forms a small lake nearby. Also quite deep lake is formed by Krutilo waterfall. These waterfalls are quite easy to find – the road is constantly parallel to the river, and sometimes over it, so the waterfalls can be literally heard. The Lumshory tourist base operates near the waterfalls.