4 days / 3 nights
Carpathian Hiking Tour is a reboot among the mighty Carpathian mountains.
In this journey you will visit the heart of Europe, conquer three peaks, take part in exciting quests, visit a shepherd’s hut with your own cheese factory and try eco-friendly sheep cheese, in addition, if you are lucky – you will find a flower of the “Red Route” , which will fulfill a cherished wish. But the main thing is that you will see the dizzying beauty of mountain landscapes like nowhere else in Ukraine.
Marmarosi is the oldest mountain in the Carpathians, which is the border between Ukraine and Romania. The Marmara Mountains are also called the Hutsul Alps because of the marked difference in landscape and climate from the rest of the Ukrainian Carpathians. This area is characterized by very diverse and rich vegetation, there are many rare species listed in the Red Book of Ukraine. On a good day in the summer, you get the impression that you are sailing through a fabulous pink world, where everything around is pretty and fragrant.
(1936 m). Here, at the top, all the troubles will be blown away by the wind and you will become light as a cloud.
You will live in a unique hut , which is located at an altitude of 1400 meters above sea level. Imagine the incredible scenery you can see from the window of the house!
With each step you will see the incredible beauty of breathtaking landscapes . There is something to look at, because literally every bush, every a plant, every stream is an integral part of the authenticity of the land.
It is true that mountains are a kind of drug . Once you try it, you will not be able to forget the feelings they give and will constantly look for opportunities to come here again and again.
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The village of Dilove is located on the slopes of Mount Dovgarun in the middle of the picturesque canyon of the river Tisza with its largest tributary Bistra. The town was first mentioned under the name of White Stream or Tribushany in 1615. It received its modern name in 1901. A marble quarry has been preserved in the village. Iron ore was once mined here and a glass-blowing plant operated. The Carpathian Biosphere Reserve and a unique monument of Hutsul architecture - the wooden church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin in 1750 - cannot be ignored.
Rakhiv mountain resort is located in the heart of Europe at an altitude of over 500 m above sea level. There is an official sign, verified by the intersection of geographical coordinates. The banks of the Tisza River divide the city into 2 halves. It is first mentioned in ancient Hungarian chronicles of the mid-10th century. The real date of the city's foundation is considered to be 1447, when its coat of arms and seal appeared. In winter, tourists enjoy a holiday on the ski slopes, and in summer they participate in the annual Ukrainian rock festival "Center-Europe". Nature lovers are happy to visit the Museum of Mountain Ecology and the Carpathian Biosphere Reserve with the Horvel mountain of the Montenegrin ridge located there, which is 2061 m high.