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It was fabulous! We were here in the 24th of August(it's Independence Day of Ukraine). The atmosphere was very festive and we were surrounded by many people from different region of our country, who decideted to celebrate this very important day on the highest mountain...More
Beautiful mountain with a million ways to get close. It seems the hiking trails begin in a few particular areas, and then, everyone seems to kind of meander along their own paths to get to where they’re going without any defining markings along the way....More
To all of you who want to hike and don't find enought information how to do it (as I was struggling with this a lot) :)
We had an accomodation in Vorokhta and than took a taxy from the center of the village to Zarosilak...More
Check the weather before going there!! Some paths are not safe for the rain!! Personally I found the green path easier to get on the Hoverla than blue!! Use climbing sticks to get down with the blue path!! And do not forget to enjoy the...More
Mount Hoverla is definitely a good idea for a daytrip. Bring good shoes, enough food and take a rainjacket with you. You will have an amazing trip. Unfortunately there were a lot of clouds when I was there, but besides that it was amazing to...More
Hoverla is 2061 metres high and is the tallest mountain in Ukraine. There are different routes you can take to the top, one being quite steep and the other offering a more gentle ascent. It takes quite a while to get to the summit but...More
Hoverla is the highest mountain in Ukraine. You should be very prepared and strong to rise to the top.
We have chosen not the best day for a hike, because the weather was rainy and foggy. But there was no road back, we put on...More
Bring water and food with you.
The mountain is not so hard for climbing,possible to make it with kids. But better take guided tour if you coming without a car. The starting point is pretty hard to get by public transport.
While the last bit gets quite steep, you can take it slow or hustle up to the top.
The views are breathtaking and if you've been in Ukraine for awhile it's just nice to see some texture in the landscape.
Make sure to bring plenty...More
We were staying in Yaremche so we did our Hoverla hike with the tour company 100 stezhyn as it isn't easy to get to Hoverla by your own if you haven't a car. (And even if you have as the road to the mountain is...More
To be honest, I know think there may be several starting points. However, we followed the gps directive, and it took us to this area that appeared to be a tourist-y set up with the “huts” that sell all types of souvenirs... More
To be honest, I know think there may be several starting points. However, we followed the gps directive, and it took us to this area that appeared to be a tourist-y set up with the “huts” that sell all types of souvenirs. The trail began just beyond these. There was ample parking, and there was a large map on a billboard type posting in amongst the huts. I’m sorry, I don’t have a more descriptive direction. We relied on our gps exclusively, both during the search for the trailhead, as well as, during the hike itself! We’d have been lost without it! 😂