SKIING WEEKEND IN BUKOVEL - ukraine-travel

SKIING WEEKEND IN BUKOVEL

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For those who are looking for excellent service,  great slopes and plenty of snow -  Aventour suggests the largest ski resort in Eastern Europe  - Bukovel. The resort is located almost on the ridge-lines of the Carpathian Mountains at elevation of 900 m (3,000 ft) above the sea level near the village of Polianytsia, West  Ukraine.  

BUKOVEL SKI RESORT: FACTS SNAPSHOT
    Slopes: averaging 900 m to 1370 m height
    Number of lifts: Bukovel currently has 16 ski lifts with roughly 50 km (31 mi) of pistes. 
13 four-seat chairlifts (lifts 1R, 2R, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 22),1 three-seat chairlift (lift 3), 1 two-seat chairlift (lift 2),1 T-bar lift (lift 6). Besides, there are several surface lifts for beginners (rope tows and magic carpet)
    Total length: 63 km
    Service quality: high
    Accessibility: easy
    Season: snow available November to April, slopes are usually groomed and there are snow-making machines
Night skiing is available from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Bukovel is growing rapidly, and new equipment and runs are being added each year.

Ski runs
There are 61 pistes sections of which 12 are Blue (beginners), 41 Red (intermediates) and 8 are Black (experts). The longest piste is 5K at 2,625 m (8,612 ft).
There are 11×4-person chair lifts, 1×3-person chair lift, 1×2-person chair lift and 1×T-bar.
The top elevation is on Mount Dovha at 1,372 meters and the base elevation is 900 meters above sea level, for a total vertical drop of 472 meters.
There are five distinct mountains in the area:
Bukovel – 3,698 ft (1,127 m)
Chorna Kleva – 4,088 ft (1,246 m)
Babyn Pohar – 3,870 ft (1,180 m)
Dovha – 4,501 ft (1,372 m)
Bulchinokha – 3,770 ft (1,150 m)
On the other side of mount Babyn Pohar is a nature preserve "Gorgany".
Bukovel's ski season depends on climatic factors and is usually around the beginning of December to mid-April.
 

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Day 1 
Travel to Bukovel Ski Resort which is located almost on the ridge-lines of the Carpathian Mountains at elevation of 900 m (3,000 ft) above the sea level near the village of Polyanytsya. Dinner
Overnight in hotel
Day 2 – Skiing Day
Spend this day the way you want. You may practice skiing till you are exhausted and then you might relax and recover energy in a local sauna in the evening.
The resort also offers a range of other winter activities that you may inquire at the hotel.
Overnight in the hotel.
Day 3 Farewell in the Carpathians 
This day you’ll take a few more hours to continue practicing your skiing skills.
Transfer to  Ivano-Frankivsk.
 

Highlights

  • good skiing,
  • local ethnic traditions,
  • Incredible landscape, mountains with picturesque peaks