is a mountain range in the Ukrainian Carpathians, a part of the Eastern Beskydy. It is located mostly on the territory of Lviv region and partially in Ivano-Frankivsk region. A historical town of Skole, which is a county center, is located approximately in the middle of the range, hence the name Skolivski Beskydy. Many local toponyms, such as Skole, Slavske, Opir, Parashka, are connected to the dramatic events in the turmoil history of Kyiv Rus, a medieval proto-Ukrainian state. Parts of this area, such as “Skolivski Beskydy” National Park, are protected territories. The range possesses many nature attractions, including Dovbuch cliffs, Kamyanets waterfall, Hurkalo waterfall, Dead Lake, and others.