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The Rocks of Dovbush is a rock and cave complex, which is very important for history of Ukraine.It is located in the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province) of western Ukraine. The name of this complex comes from Oleksa Dovbush, who was a leader of the opryshky movement....More
Quite good place for hiking. It's not difficult most people go there without preparation. During the walk you can read legend about Ukrainian rouge Dovbush. I happened to be there during a rainy day so my trip was a bit more wet and slippery but...More
This is a lovely little hike that you can take to and from Yaremche. The walk is quite simple and will be easy enough for the majority of people with average health and fitness. The side overlooking Yaremche still has evidence of trenches and defensive...More
We took two little boys with us on this hike and it was not too easy, but not overly difficult for them, i.e., perfect for a family hike. The trail is marked professionally and for boys age 8 and 9, they enjoyed looking for the...More
Mountain walk which will take around 2 hours, suitable for almost all ages (still I wouldn't recomnend it for children under 3 unless you carry them).
Quite easy walk in a mountain forest, nice nature around, lots of places to have rest.
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What a nice hike this was. I'd say it would rate as easy to medium, you need decent shoes but probably not necessary for actual boots as the round is rocky and covered in roots but it's not scrambling or climbing here. The forest has...More
It's not so far from the center of yaremche. Only 30 minutes walk. Nearby the new Romantic Spa hotel. Entrance 20 grivna for adult. Nice walk in a very special forrest with a lot of rock formations and a beautiful story about a so called...More
We had a nice walk here on the Dovbusha trail named after a local Robin Hood who lived here in the 1700 and took from the Rich to give the poor. Relaxing 1 hour walk on a well signed out path with many boards explaining...More