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Vidviday is a local travel agency based in Lviv, Ukraine

During 12 years of experience, we have arranged 5,700 tours for 201,000 tourists

Trostyan mountain, Hurkalo waterfall, goat farm tour

Trostyan mountain, Hurkalo waterfall, goat farm tour

Incredible Carpathian panoramas, visit to a calming waterfall, Slavske with a cable car to Trostian, and a goat farm “Two Katerynas”, with cheese tasting, all easily accessible from Lviv.

Itinerary plan: Departure from Lviv (08:00) – Slavske (a cable-car lift to the mount Trostian) – Tukhlia (a visit to the farm “Two Katerynas”, cheese tasting and lunch) – Korchyn (walking to the waterfall Hurkalo) – Lviv (return at 21:30).

Contacts: [email protected], +38-(063)-670-55-87 (WhatsApp / Viber).

1 day
Price - 395 uah

The price DOES NOT INCLUDE: Entrance tickets to tourist sites, transfer to the Trostian mountain or meals.

Entrance fee:
– Transfer by the GAZ trucks to the chairlift of the mountain Trostian (both ways) – 30 UAH.
– Cable car lift to the mountain Trostian: general, pensioners, school students, students –100 UAH.
– Cheese tasting on the goat farm “Two Katerynas” – 50 UAH.

Meals: lunch at the ethnic restaurant “Kalyna” – 80 UAH.

Technical information about the passenger cable car to Trostian mountain:
1. The length of the route between the stations is 2,750 m.
2. The height difference between the upper and lower stations is 558 m.
3. The number of seats on a single chairlift – 1.
4. Duration of the chairlift from the bottom to the top station – 23 min.

Technical information on the walking trip to the waterfall Hurkalo:
1. The length of the route to the waterfall and back is 9 km, on an almost flat road
2. The total duration of the walking trip is 2.5–3 hours (round trip).
3. The route is designed for the average group of physically fit people.
4. The transition to the waterfall does not require prior training or experience.
5. During the walking trip it will be necessary to cross the mountain stream 3–4 times, so please bring appropriate shoes (rubber boots or flip-flops).

Tour language: Ukrainian. Contact us if you would like to hire a guide who speaks English or another foreign language.