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Climbing Hoverla without tents + excursions to Bukovel, Yaremche and waterfalls

Kozmeschyk tract, Transcarpathian region, Ukraine
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3 days / 2 nights

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

14 people




Briefly about the programme

For three wonderful days, without taking tents and spending the night in a lodge, we will comfortably and easily conquer the highest peak in Ukraine – Hoverla Mountains, We will walk along the Dovbush trail, take a tour of the Bukovel, get to the waterfalls Trufanets and Probiy.

The climb to the top of Mount Hoverla will take place without bulky backpacks with two nights in a comfortable house. This cottage is located in a very picturesque place, surrounded by mountains, under the top of Hoverla. After conquering the 2061-metre mark on Mount Hoverla, we will visit Kvasy village, to quench your thirst and improve your health with mineral water from a healing spring. Next, we’ll go shopping, strolling through the souvenir market in the city of Yaremche. Our intensive programme is a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the main tourist attractions of the Carpathian highlands and conquer the mighty Hoverla in the most comfortable way possible. This tour is the best option for beginners and families with children. Our route is within the power of most tourists, so we are waiting for your applications!

Plan of climbing Hoverla and excursion programme

The difference between this hike and the usual tour with climbing to the peaks of Hoverla and Petros is that instead of tents, tourists will be hosted at night in a mountain estate near Hoverla. This option is much more comfortable, besides, another advantage is that we will go to conquer Hoverla without bulky backpacks. We will take only some food for a snack and a waterproof jacket. In addition to conquering Hoverla, we will take part in several excursions, which will allow us to see many interesting locations and fully immerse ourselves in the incredible atmosphere for three days Carpathians!

Day 1

Walk along the Dovbush trail – excursion to Bukovel – transfer to Kozmeshchyk

After meeting and getting to know each other in the morning at the Ivano-Frankivsk railway station, we will set off on our journey in a comfortable bus! On our way, we will first stop in the city of Yaremche, where we will take a fascinating walk along the Dovbush trail. There is a legend that it was in this place that the famous “Carpathian Robin Hood” Oleksa Dovbush buried the gold and jewellery that his opryshky units had obtained in the 1730s and 1740s.

As we walk along this path, we will see a picturesque coniferous forest and picturesque scatterings of stones. In addition, we will meet several large rocks on our way. From them you can admire the incredible view of the Prut River canyon.

After an incredible photo shoot, we will get back on the bus to go to the elite ski resort of Ukraine – Bukovel. Life here is in full swing not only in winter, when skiers from all over Ukraine come here. In the warm season, Bukovel also remains a holiday destination for many tourists. There are a huge number of different attractions here, and tourists sunbathe on the beaches of the Bukovel Sea 🙂 Having looked around the mountain valley in the middle of the “Lake of Youth“, We will take a lift up high to admire the incredible scenery of gorges and mountain ranges. In clear weather, you can even see the highest peak of Ukraine – Mount Hoverla! Looking at it from this angle is enough to appreciate the scale and power of the peak.

The next point on the programme of our voyage to Bukovel will be a visit to the ethno park “Hutsul Land“. This attractive tourist destination consists of a skansen (an open-air ethnographic complex), a petting zoo and an art gallery. Visiting the skansen, you will be able to enter the unique monuments of nineteenth-century wooden architecture represented by old houses that once stood in the Carpathian villages. First of all, tourists’ attention is drawn to the Hutsul house, which gives the impression of a powerful wooden fortification rather than a simple shepherd’s manor. The interiors of the huts are filled with folk household items and works of art that vividly convey the atmosphere of those times! When you enter such a hut, you feel as if you are in a time machine that has transported you one or two centuries into the past. In the Hutsul Land skansen, tourists not only observe frozen objects of the past, but can also see the past in dynamics and movement, watching the traditional preparation of cheese or working at an ancient loom. All this gives the ethnopark an interactivity that many museums lack. A visit to the zoo also leaves a great impression.:)

At the end of the first day, full of positive impressions from the excursions around Bukovel, we will take a bus and go on the road to Yablunytskyi pass to the mountain village of Kozmeshchyk. There we will stay in a very romantic place in a wooden house near the Lazeshchyna River and Mount Hoverla.

Day 2

Climbing Hoverla

The second day of our voyage to the Carpathians will be devoted to conquering the highest point of Ukraine – Mount Hoverla. After an early rise, we will immediately hit the road! You will only need to have a small backpack with you, in which you will have to pack a raincoat, jacket, water bottle, personal first aid kit and some food for lunch. Our trail will run through a spruce forest. Then we will get to an open ridge. This place offers the best view of the beautiful Hoverla. On clear, sunny summer days, Hoverla is crowded with many people from all over Ukraine. All of them are fulfilling their cherished dream of climbing to the highest point of their homeland. The effort spent on the climb is not in vain, as the top of Hoverla offers one of the best views of the Carpathians! All Montenegrin massif You can see everything here in the palm of your hand! If you look into the distance, you can admire the stony Gorgany Mountains, the rocky Marmaros and even the Romanian Rodna Mountains. After climbing to the tops, we take lots of photos as a souvenir 🙂

After we have enjoyed the maximum pleasure of contemplating and photographing the magical landscapes of the Carpathians, we will rest and satisfy our hunger with sandwiches, and then we will have a leisurely simple descent down. We will go down the same way we came up. In the evening, after returning to the house, we will have a hearty dinner at the common table, after which we will share our positive emotions and impressions until the night. 🙂

Day 3

Mineral spring in Kvasy – Trufanets Waterfall – Probiy Waterfall and souvenir market in Yaremche – Ivano-Frankivsk

The third day of our trip will begin with an excursion to the famous village of Kvasy. This village is famous for its healing springs mineral water. We will definitely taste the unique mineral water, and if you wish, you can take it with you on the road. After tasting the mineral water, we will definitely visit the famous Hutsul brewery Tsypa located in Kvasy. A unique feature of craft beer brewing at this location is the use of healing water from a natural spring. Near the village of Kvasy, we will visit the highest cascading waterfall in the Ukrainian Carpathians. It is the Trufanets waterfall with a total height of over 36 metres. This picturesque masterpiece of nature is formed by several cascades. The stream that forms the Trufanets waterfall begins its descent from an altitude of 1700 metres in the immediate vicinity of Mount Bliznytsia.

After the waterfall, our next stop will be in the town of Yaremche, to which we will be taken by minibus. This tiny Prykarpattia town has a surprisingly interesting and rich history. The locals have always fought against any oppression by foreign enslavers. It is not surprising that back in the 18th century, many Yaremche residents joined the opryshky units led by Oleksa Dovbush. Due to its extremely beautiful nature, Yaremche has long been known as a famous resort. The development of Yaremche as a resort began in 1894. At that time, the town began to be actively built up with villas. As early as 1896, the Yaremche Tourist Club was established. Members of the club were actively involved in marking tourist routes in the mountains near the town. During our tour of Yaremche, we will see the mighty Probiy waterfall, which is formed by the Prut River, and have the opportunity to find many products of folk artists by visiting the souvenir market. The masterpieces made by folk craftsmen are a vivid reflection of the traditions and history of this blessed land.

In the evening, we will finish our journey, arriving at the starting point of this wonderful tour – the city of Ivano-Frankivsk. When buying tickets for your return journey, please make sure to book trains that depart from Frankivsk after 6pm.

Changes to the programme

Please note!

The team leader has the right to make changes to the route, guided by weather conditions, condition and wishes of the group.

Equipment required

If the tourist’s equipment does not comply with the recommendations on the website, the team leader has the right to refuse to allow him/her to participate in the hike. This can happen if you take sneakers or rubber boots instead of the recommended hiking boots.

You should take the choice of equipment with maximum responsibility. Your attitude to this important aspect of hiking preparation affects both your personal health and the comfort of the trip for the whole group!

In order to protect against the effects of moisture (rain, snow), the things you pack in your backpack should be placed in plastic bags (including garbage bags).

When packing warm clothes (primarily down) and a sleeping bag, you need to approach this issue as responsibly as possible. When dry, they can keep you warm even in the worst weather.

  • A backpack with a volume of 25-30 liters.
  • Raincover (cover on a backpack that protects it from rain).
  • Seat.
  • Trekking poles (highly recommended, it is possible to rent from us).
  • Raincoat made of dense polyethylene.
  1. Headgear – you can use a cap, buff, panama.
  2. Hat.
  3. Membrane jacket or windbreaker.
  4. Fleece (warm jacket).
  5. Light shirt with long sleeves.
  6. A set of thermal underwear or raglan with underpants.
  7. 3 T-shirts.
  8. Light trekking pants.
  9. Light dress for photo sessions.
  10. Shorts.
  11. Underwear.
  12. Swimsuit.
  13. Socks – 4-5 pairs.
  1. Trekking boots or tactical sneakers.
  2. Sandals or light sneakers.
  • Mug, bowl, spoon, knife.
  • Sunglasses.
  • Sunscreen (optimally 50 SPF).
  • Headlight.
  • Water bottle.
  • First aid kit.
  • Hygienic lipstick.
  • Soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toilet paper.
  • Towel.
  • Photo camera.
  • Smartphone.
  • Power banks or spare batteries.
  • Cash and documents placed in a sealed bag.


  • The programme includes mandatory additional costs for transfers. Their cost can be checked with the manager, as it depends on the price of fuel and is constantly changing.
  • In addition, there may be optional expenses. Tourists can buy dried porcini mushrooms, souvenirs and dine at the Ten Restaurant or other similar establishments if they wish. The minimum amount of cash you should keep with you is 300 UAH. The maximum depends on your capabilities and plans.



Dovbush trail

Prut River


Lake of Youth

Hutsul Land ethnopark

Yablunytskyi pass

Kozmeschyk tract

Mount Hoverla

Kvasy village

Tsypa Brewery

Trufanets waterfall


Probiy waterfall



  • Accommodation in a lodge for 3 days / 2 nights
  • Payment for the entrance to the reserve and the Dovbush trail
  • Meals - hot breakfast and dinner, as well as a snack during the climb
  • Support of tourists in case of injury in the campaign
  • Group first aid kit
  • Team leader services
  • Use of transfers under the programme (their price should be checked with a consultant)
  • Equipment rental
  • Purchase of tickets for the use of the lift in Bukovel and at the entrance to the ethno-park (total 340 UAH)
  • Tipping for the team leader (not obligatory, but it will be nice)
  • Out-of-pocket expenses
  • Purchase of food in a cafe


How to participate in the Hoverla climb without tents and excursions to Bukovel, Yaremche and waterfalls?
Decide on the dates of your trip and confirm your order by submitting an application and filling out a questionnaire.

After that, an experienced manager will contact you to provide you with professional advice on the tour and send you the details for payment.

After you make the payment, a place is booked for you!

After receiving confirmation from the manager, you can safely buy tickets.

When you are packing your equipment, keep in mind that we have discounts for participants of the tours we organise in a large number of stores.

Upon arrival at your destination, you will be immediately met by a team leader who will organise your holiday at the highest level with maximum positive emotions!

We are waiting for you on our next trips!
What are the living conditions?
The difference between this tour and the classic ascent to the peaks of Hoverla and Petros with an overnight stay in tents is that tourists will stay in comfortable houses.

Our location will be a beautiful mountain estate in the Kozmeschyk tract, right above the mighty Hoverla. These modern wooden houses offer comfortable accommodation in dormitories for 3-5 people. The beds are mostly double. The houses are equipped with a shower with hot water and a toilet. The only possible discomfort is the availability of electricity from a generator that works on a schedule. But for Ukrainian tourists, this will not be a problem at all. On the contrary, it will help them to use their time more rationally during the hike and not to stay too long with gadgets, but to admire the unique nature.

Above you can see the photos of the estate where we will spend the night.

P.S. Accommodation conditions are subject to change, so be sure to check with the manager before the trip.
What are the peculiarities of nutrition in the campaign?
All tourists are interested in food during our three-day trip. You can rest assured about this. The group will be fed by the owners of the house where we will stay. The feedback from tourists about this wonderful home-cooked food made from natural products is only positive. The hostess of the house is extremely skilful and skilful in preparing delicious dishes. Please inform the manager in advance about your culinary preferences, especially if you do not eat dairy or meat products. Individual menus will be developed for tourists with special culinary needs.

While conquering mountain peaks and overcoming routes, we will take a variety of snacks with us, and at the rest stops we will be refreshed with dried fruits and candied fruits.
When to buy tickets?
Given the realities of life, it is worth buying tickets in advance. However, don't worry too much about this, as even a week before the start of our trip you can find free seats on the train. In any case, you should arrive at the Ivano-Frankivsk railway station by 10 am on the first day of our tour. Slight delays are allowed. For the return journey, you should buy tickets for the evening from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. This will leave us time for a walk around Ivano-Frankivsk. But don't forget that you should buy tickets only after we confirm your application for participation in the tour. As for the mechanism of purchase, choose at your discretion either the railway station ticket office or the online resources of the Ukrzaliznytsia website.
Where does the group meet?
The meeting point for the tour participants is the waiting room at the Ivano-Frankivsk railway station. The meeting time is usually 10 am. We focus on the last tourist to arrive. Approximately 5-7 days before the trip, you will receive an email with the exact meeting time and team leader's contacts. Do not forget to check your mail, including your spam folder!
What are the contraindications for hiking?
To participate in a hike, you must be in good health. Therefore, you should not have any diseases that are incompatible with active tourism.
What is the payment procedure?
We limit the number of group members. To reserve a place, the prepayment is 1000 UAH. The rest is provided personally to the team leader at the meeting.
from ₴ 3 850

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