About this tour

A classic hiking route along the highest ridge in the Ukrainian Carpathians, 40 kilometers long.

The dream of every traveler is to go hiking on the Montenegrin ridge!

Here we will be greeted by many peaks, forests, glacial lakes, rapid streams, and Carpathian meadows.

During the tour we will visit:

The village of Kvasy - Menchul meadow - Mount Kopytsia (1689 m) - Mount Sheshul (1726 m) - Shumneska meadow - Mount Petros (2020 m) - Skopeska meadow (1518 m) tract;Jumper - Mount Hoverla (2061 m) - Mount Breskul (1911 m) - Mount Pozhyzhevska (1822 m) - Mount Danzig (1850 m) - Mount Turkul (1933 m) - Lake Nesamovite (1750 m) - Mount Spikes (1863 m) - Mount Ribs (2001 m) - Mount Guten-Tomnatyk (2016 m) - Lake Brebeneskul (1801 m) - Mount Brebeneskul (2035 m) - Mount Munchel (1998 m) - Mount Dzembronya (1877 m) - Mount Pip-Ivan Chornohirsky (2028 m) - Mount Vuhaty Kamen (1864 m) - Vuhaty Kamen waterfalls - Smotrych meadow (Dzembronya village) .  

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Tour program

Day 1: Yaremche/Ivano-Frankivsk - Kvasy village - polonyna & Menchul

Distance: 8 km

In the morning, we meet at the train station and go to the village of Kvasy in Zakarpattia region. At the very beginning of the route there is a spring with delicious mineral water. From here the ascent begins. We will walk through a beautiful beech forest and Hutsul meadows. Beautiful panoramas of the Svydovets mountain range will open around us. We will spend the night in the Menchul meadow at the edge of the forest, where we will be able to set up tents, cook dinner, and taste the meadow milk.

Day 2: Mount Sheshul (1689 m) - Mount Petros (2020 m) - eco-point Peremichka

Distance: 12 km

Along the serpentine road we will start climbing Mount Sheshul (1689 m). The path passes through a beautiful spruce forest. In summer, blueberries grow here in large quantities. Then we will begin to climb through juniper thickets to Mount Petros (2020 m). In good weather, the ascent will offer wide panoramas of the surrounding mountains: Gorgany, Marmarosy and Svydovets ridge. The top of Petros will appear unexpectedly in front of us at the last moment. There is a chapel on the top of the mountain, which becomes a shelter and a refuge for travelers from the weather. From the top of Petros, you can see Hoverla and the entire Montenegrin ridge. After that, we have to overcome a long descent. We will spend the night not far from Petros in a high mountain meadow.

Day 3: Mount Hoverla (2061 m) - Mount Breskul (1911 m) - Mount Pozhyzhevska (1822 m) - Mount Danzig (1850 m) - Mount Turkul (1933 m) - Lake Nesamovite (1750 m) - Mount Spikes (1863 m) - Mount Ribs (2001 m) - Mount Guten Tomnatyk (2016 m) - Lake Brebeneskul (1801 m)

Distance: 12 km

In the morning we will walk through a beautiful spruce forest and start climbing Hoverla. At first it is smooth, but from an altitude of 1700 meters it gradually becomes steep. We walk at an average pace, smoothly approaching the top of the highest mountain in Ukraine. Almost all the Carpathians are visible from here, including our Petros, which we visited yesterday. We pass Breskul (1911 m), the current weather station on Mount Pozhyzhevska (1822 m), Danzizh (1850 m), Turkul (1933 m), from the back of which we can see the

We go down to Lake Nesamovyte. After resting and refreshing ourselves, we go to the mountain;

Rebra Mountain (2001 m), then we will reach the top of Guten Tomnatyk Mountain (2016 m), descending from which we will go to the highest mountain lake in Ukraine - Lake Brebeneskul (1801 m), where we will finally set up our tents and start cooking dinner.

Day 4: Mount Brebeneskul (2035 m) - Munchel (1998 m) - Dzembronya (1877 m) - Pip-Ivan Chornohirsky Observatory (2028 m) - Mount Vuhaty Kamen (1864 m) - Vuhaty Kamen waterfalls - Smotrych meadow - Dzembronya village.

Distance: 14 km & nbsp;

In the morning we have a quick packing and breakfast, because we have big plans for today's hike along the Montenegrin ridge. We climb to the second highest peak in Ukraine, Mount Brebeneskul (2035 m), then head to Munchel (1998 m), sometimes called the seventh two-thousander, on top of which tourists piled a huge mountain of stones over two meters high, which the new two-thousander lacked. Then there are several smaller peaks and finally the old Polish observatory and Mount Pip-Ivan Chornohirsky (2028 m). In winter, this place, due to the abundance of snow and strong winds, takes on a completely bizarre appearance, for which it was called the White Elephant among tourists. From Pop Ivan we begin the descent, first to the picturesque peak of Smotrych, passing it we pass the strange mountain Vuhaty Kameni, a little more Carpathian trails and we admire the waterfall located on the steep slope of Smotrych, then we are waiting for a friendly mountain farm where you can taste Carpathian cheeses budza, brynza, vurda. In the meadow, we set up camp and cook dinner, share our impressions of the maximum heights, landscapes and kilometers of our hike. If you wish, you can also stay in a green tourism farmstead in the village of Dzembronia.

Day 5: Dzembronia village - Verkhovyna

Distance: 16 km & nbsp;

We wake up, prepare breakfast, pack up the camp, and head to Verkhovyna, the Hutsul capital. Today's program will be cultural and artistic. Verkhovyna is famous for its cozy museums, so we will visit the Museum of Hutsul Musical Instruments, the Museum of Hata Staya, the Museum of Magic, Tinctures, and taste authentic dishes. Afterwards, transfer to Yaremche.

Additionally, on our website you can purchase travel insurance.

Technical information:

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

2. The length of the route is 62 km in both directions.

3. The transition period is 5 days.

4. Complexity - difficult.

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

6. Alcohol consumption is strictly prohibited during ascent and descent.

What to take with you on a hike?

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

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

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

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 fruits, dates, raisins, dark chocolate.

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


For an individual tour - 7670 UAH;

for a group of 2-10 people - 4700 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



The hike can be done in 1 day, but it is very easy to choose only 1 day off and conquer the mountain in such a short time



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



Different heights, shapes, colors, one deep in the forest, the other in a rocky gorge, this is something that is definitely worth seeing


A unique culture

Hutsuls are a mountain people who over the centuries have formed their own identity and uniqueness, which is only worthy of national cuisine

Key landmarks


Petros mountain (2020 m)


Mount Hoverla (2061 m)


Lake Nesamovyte (1750 m)


Lake Brebeneskul (1801 m)


Mount Dzembronya (1877 m)

What is included?

Guide services

Guide services

Recreational collection in nature reserves

Recreational collection in nature reserves

Cooking equipment

Cooking equipment

*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.