About this tour

A popular weekend route to the high mountain lakes of the Carpathians. The hike starts from the tourist base Zaroslyak - Lake Nesamovyte (1750 m) - Lake Brebeneskul (1,801 m), our road runs along the traverse of the peaks Pozhyzhevska (1822 m), Dantsizh (1850 m), Turkul (1933 m). Overnight on a high-mountain lake. Hike to Mount Gutyn-Tomnatyk (2016 m) - Mount Ribs (2,001 m) - spiky rocks of Mount Spikes (1,863 m), return to the tourist base Zaroslyak.

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Tour programme:

Day 1: Lake Nesamovite

At 08:00 the group gathers at the central railway station of Yaremche or Ivano-Frankivsk. From here we go by bus/car to the starting point of the tourist base Zaroslyak. At first, our route goes through a spruce forest. As you gain height, the forest becomes thinner and the alpine zone begins. After a while, the trail leads us to the mysterious Lake Nesamovyte, shrouded in Hutsul legends and tales. The lake is located in a glacial cirque (depression) on the eastern slopes of Mount Turkul, at an altitude of 1750 m above sea level, having a length of 90 metres, a width of 50 metres and a depth of 1.5 metres. The name of the lake is probably due to the fact that the weather changes very often during the day.

There is an ancient Hutsul belief that if you throw a stone into the lake, you can bring a terrible bad weather, bringing with it a squally wind and heavy rain. The Hutsuls also believe that if an unmarried girl or boy takes a dip in the lake, they will definitely find a mate within a year. We set up camp for the night near the lake.

Day 2: Lake Brebeneskul

From Nesamovyty we go to the crest of the main ridge, and to the left of the route we can see the eastern slope of the Spire peak. It is marked by the extraordinary picturesqueness of the rocks, reminiscent of Gothic architecture - high spiky protrusions with many branches, nests, balconies, and recesses. From the saddle, after the Rebra peak (2001 m), we reach Gutyn-Tomnatyk (2016 m). From the bridge we admire the beautiful Lake Brebeneskul and the surrounding unique landscapes. Depending on the weather conditions and physical condition of the participants, we return via the Maryshevska valley or the same way.


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Technical information:

1. At 08:00 the group gathers at the central railway station of Yaremche, or at the place of accommodation (Yaremche). From here we take a bus/car to the starting point of the trip.

2. The length of the route is 18 km in both directions.

3. The transition period is 2 days.

4. 4. The difficulty is medium.

5. The tourist route is designed for an average group of physically healthy people.

6. Participation in the hike does not require prior training or experience.

7. Alcohol is strictly prohibited during ascent and descent.

What to take with you on a hike?

1. Identification document: passport/driver's licence.

2.Comfortable waterproof shoes (preferably mountain trekking boots with high lacing and vibram tread).

3. A windproof jacket with a hood, preferably waterproof, windproof trousers that do not hinder movement, a warm sweater or a polar jacket, a hat (hat, bandana), a raincoat.

4. 4. A spare set of clothes.

5. Roomy, preferably lightweight backpack

6. Water.

7. Food: you can take high-calorie foods such as nuts, dried fruit, dates, raisins, dark chocolate.

8. Individual first aid kit (necessary medicines that you use).


For an individual tour - 4200 UAH;

for a group of 2-10 people - 2100 UAH per person.

The tour price includes:

Guide services; Recreational fee in the reserves; Equipment for cooking; Group first aid kit; Consultations on preparing for the tour.

The tour price is not included and is paid additionally:

Transfer to the starting point Meals (individually); Equipment rental; Souvenirs.

Transfer to the starting point is PAID SEPARATELY (please specify the cost in advance!)

5 reasons to choose tour


Cool guide

They will not only guide you along the route from start to finish, but also tell interesting stories and legends



Climbing the mountains can be done in 2 days, but it is very easy to choose only 2 weekends and conquer the mountains in such a short time



Incredible landscapes will open up to you, including Hoverla


Difficulty (easiness)

These peaks can be conquered even by beginners, it can be your first serious achievement in hiking



Physical activity + clean air + spring water + altitude = reserve of health for months ahead

Key landmarks


Carpathian Mountains


Lake Nesamovyte


Lake Brebeneskul


Pozhizhevska peak (1822 m)


Mountain Gutyn-Tomnatyk (2016 m)

What is included?

Guide services

Guide services

Recreational collection in nature reserves

Recreational collection in nature reserves

*From each purchased tour, we transfer 10% to the Ukrainian Refugee Support Fund. All profits from press tours are transferred to the reconstruction of Ukraine.