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Across Chornohora: Maryshevska, Shpytsi, Nesamovyte

Across Chornohora: Maryshevska, Shpytsi, Nesamovyte

This route is full of iconic views and places, with Chornohora being the highest range of the Ukrainian Carpathians and a site fully affected by the Europe’s turbulent history. The word «Chornohora» in Ukrainian means «Black Mountains»; the mighty and rough character of these mountains justifies the name. Across the stunning summits of Sphytsi (which means Needles) and Rebra (Ribs), you will get to the glacial Lake Nesamovyte (Fierce), featured in the local legends and fairy tales.
2 days

109 €

per person
all inclusive
 on request
Pikuy - Borzhava

Pikuy - Borzhava

Our two most popular summer routes, to Pikuy and Borzhava, are combined in the one weekend adventure. Your efforts will be rewarded with the breathtaking scenery of the Carpathian Mountains.
2 days

119 €

per person
all inclusive
 on request
Peaks of the Lviv Region: Parashka Mountain

Peaks of the Lviv Region: Parashka Mountain

Parashka mountain is one of the highest and most picturesque peaks of the Skolivski Beskydy mountain range. The mountain went into history by dramatic events of the Kyiv Rus period, when descendants of Volodymyr the Great were fighting for the throne. According to the legend, Princess Paraska was killed just here, following the battle between two sons of Volodymyr the Great. This historical turmoil echoes in the name of the mountain. It was also the place of fierce battles during World War II. Today it is a favourite destination for many tourists due to amazing landscapes are seen from the ridge of the mountain. A picnic and a photoshoot near Hurkalo waterfall will make a spectacular ending of the tour.
1 day

44 €

per person
all inclusive
 on request

Sightseeing

Winter Fairytale: Carpathian Christmas

Winter Fairytale: Carpathian Christmas

Our ancestors believed that Christmas is the magical time. And the best place to feel the magic is in the Carpathians! Hutsuls, Ukrainian indigenous mountain community, cherish their authentic heritage. Their traditions are colorful and impressive. In this 4-days tour you will experience a festive Holy Supper of 12 meals, solemn holiday church service, famous men’s caroling and traditional Hutsul hospitality. This will be an unforgettable Christmas!
4 days

250 €

per person
 05-08.01.23
Carpathian Easter: the Colours of Tradition

Carpathian Easter: the Colours of Tradition

Discover Easter traditions of Eastern Christianity: celebrate the biggest holiday of the year in the desolate village in the Carpathian mountains together with the locals. Learn how to paint an Easter egg «pysanka» and bake a special Easter bread «paska» — those traditions go back to pagan times; take part in the solemn church ceremony; find out the symbolic meaning of the eternal resurrection in the small everyday rituals of the Easter week. Tour conditions might be somewhat challenging yet they are rewarded with the authentic atmosphere, peculiar traditions of the local Hutsul people, and breathtaking scenery of the Ukrainian Carpathians.
5 days

340 €

per person
 13-17.04.23
Winter Fairytale: Celebrating Epiphany in the Carpathians

Winter Fairytale: Celebrating Epiphany in the Carpathians

Epiphany (locally called «Vodokhrescha», literally «Taking baptism in the water» or «Jordan», according to the Biblical river) is one of the most important events in the series of Ukrainian winter holidays. They last from the end of December till the end of January, combining rich traditions of both Orthodox and Catholic Christianity with the echoes of pre-Christian Slavic pagan beliefs. Each holiday during this winter celebration marathon has its own colorful and meaningful routine; Epiphany includes a sermon on the frozen river over a cross-shaped hole in the ice and its own set of carols. We invite you to see this peculiar tradition in the Ukrainian Carpathians among the Hutsuls - the indigenous mountain community, which cherish their authentic heritage.
4 days

250 €

per person
all inclusive
 on request