The Carpathian Mountains
The Carpathian Mountains are the second-longest mountain range in Europe, stretching across 1,500 kilometers. Known as the "Green Pearl of Ukraine," the Carpathians are a stunning mountain range in western Ukraine that offer beautiful holidays year round. In the winter, many flock here for skiing and snowboarding, while in the summer the mountains are filled with hikers making their way through Ukraine's picturesque forests and rambling streams. The Carpathians are the perfect location for a rejuvenating break offering natural thermal springs and clear air.
Climb Goverla, Ukraine's highest mountainUkraine's highest mountain, Goverla, stands above all of the region’s other peaks at 2,061 meters. Goverla - Hungarian for "snowy" - has an iconic pyramid shape and some of the area's most challenging ski slopes. As part of Chernogor Natural Reserve, the area abounds with wildlife, including bears and wild boar. Further down the mountain, the region’s thick forest is filled with waterfalls and medicinal plants.
Beyond the area’s trails and ski slopes, the Carpathians offer plenty of old castles to explore. Local guides offer tours where you can learn about castle’s unique legends. The Carpathians also feature an area formed from the craters of extinct volcanoes where you can enjoy the flora and fauna that thrives in the rich volcanic soil.
Located amongst Ukraine's natural splendor, the Radisson Blu Resort in Bukovel has hot springs, mineral pools, steam rooms and saunas, allowing you to relax and unwind in the legendary mountains. Located in the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, our resort offers comfortable and convenient accommodation in Bukovel.