10 Things to Do in Yaremche That You Shouldn't Miss

Yaremche (Ukrainian: Яремчe, Polish: Jaremcze or Jaremcza) is a city in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province) of west Ukraine. It is administratively incorporated as a town of oblast significance and is the center of Yaremche Municipality which includes the urban-type settlement of Vorokhta, a ski resort, and five other villages: Mykulychyn, Polianytsia, Tatariv, Voronenko, and Yablunytsia. The city is located at the altitude of around 580 metres (1,900 ft) above mean sea level. Population: 8,208 (2016 est.). The total population of the whole municipality is 23,127 with 12,478 living in Yaremche and Vorokhta.

1. Probiy Waterfall

Petrasha Street, Yaremche 78501, Ukraine Nature & Parks, Waterfalls
Excellent
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4.5 based on 211 reviews

Probiy Waterfall

Reviewed By gyanfernando - Exeter, United KingdomExeter, United Kingdom

Cascades, not a Waterfall!

This is a cascade and not a real waterfall in the Carpathians. There are warning signs about not actually getting into the water. To get to the cascades you have to pass a number of touristy souvenir markets but you can find interesting stuff like handmad

2. Rocks Dovbusha

Svobody st. 345, Yaremche 78501, Ukraine Nature & Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Geologic Formations, Mountains More
Excellent
70%
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25%
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4.5 based on 82 reviews

Rocks Dovbusha

Reviewed By francoisd241 - Lviv, UkraineLviv, Ukraine

Wonderful for people who love nature.

It's not so far from the center of yaremche. Only 30 minutes walk. Nearby the new Romantic Spa hotel. Entrance 20 grivna for adult. Nice walk in a very special forrest with a lot of rock formations and a beautiful story about a so called robin hood.wonder

3. Mount Hoverla

Vorokhta, Yaremche, Ukraine Nature & Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Mountains
Excellent
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5 based on 137 reviews

Mount Hoverla

Reviewed By mgriz - GeorgiaGeorgia

Absolutely Beautiful!

Beautiful mountain with a million ways to get close. It seems the hiking trails begin in a few particular areas, and then, everyone seems to kind of meander along their own paths to get to where they’re going without any defining markings along the way. A

4. Carpathian National Nature Park

V. Stusa St. 6, Yaremche 78501, Ukraine Nature & Parks, National Parks
Excellent
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5 based on 14 reviews

Carpathian National Nature Park

Reviewed By Kolrina - Kiev, UkraineKiev, Ukraine

Nice place for a walk

Pople living in Yaremche are lucky ones becuase living there means breathing fresh air, drinking ckear water and enjoying Carpathian nature in its stunning beauty. For as tourists it's an opportunity to feel difference between cities we came from and Carp

5. Bridge - Viaduct

D. Galitskogo St., Vorokhta, Yaremche 78595, Ukraine Sights & Landmarks, Bridges
Excellent
62%
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32%
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2%
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4.5 based on 49 reviews

Bridge - Viaduct

Reviewed By 771helen - Kiev, UkraineKiev, Ukraine

Nice for a short visit and photos

If you have 1-2 spare hours, it's a nice place to visit and to make some photos. There are several bridges close by. The bridges are quite old (something about 200 years), but still working! You can see trains going on top. The bridges were built during A

6. St Elias Wooden Church

Svobody Street 148, Yaremche 78501, Ukraine Sights & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
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4.5 based on 21 reviews

St Elias Wooden Church

Reviewed By Cora_v - KyivKyiv

Pokerwork iconostasis; unforgettable

Yaremche is pretty often used as nothing but a transit point to or as a base for the Ukrainian Carpathians. Just like any hub, it’s busy and bustling, and its own attractions are normally left beyond the visitors’ attention. Big mistake! Even if you are i

7. Yagodnaya Mountain

Mykulychyn, Yaremche, Ukraine Nature & Parks, Mountains
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5 based on 3 reviews

Yagodnaya Mountain

Reviewed By Светлана Ч - Radomyshl, UkraineRadomyshl, Ukraine

100 % ягодная))

Гора меня поразила прежде всего не соответствием начала и окончания маршрута с навигатором MapsMe, и практически полным отсутствием информации о ней в интернете. Большие сложности возникли с фотографиями и видео. Их попросту нет. Долго раздумывать о подоб

8. Makovytsia Mountain

Yaremche, Ukraine Nature & Parks, Mountains
Excellent
75%
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5 based on 4 reviews

Makovytsia Mountain

Reviewed By Sander H

Nice walk in the sun

It is nice to walk to the top of this 'mountain'. It takes about 1-1,5 hours to reach the top. It is not a difficult walk and the signs are clear. The top is at 950 meters and offers a great view over Yaremche and other little villages. You can sit at the

9. Waterfall Guk

Zhenets 696, Tatariv, Yaremche 78596, Ukraine Nature & Parks, Waterfalls
Excellent
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4.5 based on 109 reviews

Waterfall Guk

Reviewed By steph1871 - Cheltenham, United KingdomCheltenham, United Kingdom

Fun at the waterfall

We went there with our two young boys who had loads of fun. The road leading to there area passes Yushenko's summer villa and soon after stops. From there it is a nice walk uphill for ca 2 km.Arriving at the waterfall there are a number of local attractio

10. Park-Museum of the Carpathians in Miniature

Grushevskogo St., Yaremche 78501, Ukraine Museums, Specialty Museums
Excellent
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4 based on 11 reviews

Park-Museum of the Carpathians in Miniature

Reviewed By iippolitova - Kiev, UkraineKiev, Ukraine

Small but charming

Small museum exposing interesting buildings and places of Ukrainian Carpathian mountains.The museum exposes typical living, traditional and modern churches, mountain observatory, and even a small train passing through mountain railway. Museum is really sm

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