The Carpathian Mountains
The Carpathian Mountains - or "Green Pearl of Ukraine" - are a stunning range in the west of Ukraine that offer beautiful holidays year round. In winter, many flock to the Carpathians for skiing and snowboarding, while in summer guests can take hikes through Ukraine's picturesque forests and along burbling streams.
Natural thermal springs and famously clear air also mean the Carpathians make the perfect location for a rejuvenating break in Ukraine. Located amongst Ukraine's natural splendour, the Radisson Blu Resort, Bukovel has hot springs, mineral pools, steam rooms and saunas to relax and unwind in the legendary mountains.
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Climb Goverla, Ukraine's Highest Mountain
In the Carpathian range towers Ukraine's highest mountain, Goverla, at 2,061 metres. Goverla - Hungarian for "snowy" - has an iconic pyramid shape and some of the area's most challenging ski slopes. As part of Ukraine's Chernogor Natural Reserve, the area abounds with wildlife, such as bears and wild boar. Further down the mountain, you can stroll amongst waterfalls and forests thick with Ukraine's medicinal plants.
If visiting Ukraine for history, the Carpathians offer plenty of old castles to explore. Local guides will be happy to take guests up the Carpathian Mountains and explain the legends. The Carpathians also feature an area formed from the craters of extinct volcanoes where visitors can enjoy the flora and fauna that thrive in the rich volcanic soil.
Explore the Carpathians from the Radisson Blu Resort, Bukovel
Spend your days in the Carpathians by choosing comfortable and convenient Bukovel accommodation. The Radisson Blu Resort, Bukovel is located in the Ivano-Frankivisk Oblast and provides a sumptuous retreat from which to experience Ukraine's mountains.
After a day of skiing, relax in the huge spa and wellness suite, dine in one of the many restaurants, waltz in the ballroom or enjoy a sit down in the lounge. Explore the Carpathians from your room in the Radisson Blu Resort, Bukovel.