Dovbush Rocks - Bubnyshche
"Dovbush Rocks" is a botanic and geomorphological reserve and a natural monument of national importance. It consists of a group of high cliffs of 100 hectares in area that creates an incredible landscape of dense forest against a backdrop of impressive mountain ranges. It is believed that the rocks were used in Old Ruthenian times (IX-XIII cc.) as rock fortresses and watch fortifications.
Vyhoda - Carpathian Tram
A narrow-gauge railway, originally built to transport wood by Baron Leopold Popper in the late nineteenth century, welcomes all romantics and mountain-lovers. The track is twice as narrow as an ordinary railway track. A four-hour trip on the so-called "Carpathian Tram" goes along an extremely scenic route, past the most beautiful and the most environmentally friendly places of the Carpathians. You can enjoy charming mountains and rivers Mizunka and Svicha. Quench your thirst at Mizunka waterfalls with water from mountain springs, and enjoy tea made of Carpathian herbs. On your return home, you will remember the Carpathian landscapes and hear the peaceful song of crystal water cascading down Dovbush rocks for years to come.
A pilgrimage place known throughout Ukraine thanks to the miraculous icon of the Mother of God (1737), located in the Church of the Transfiguration (1842) of the Basilian monastery founded in 1570 on Yasna Hora in the Carpathians.