The upper reach of the Uzh River, from where you can walk along the Uzhok Pass, is picturesque. It overlooks the Eastern Beskids. Everything around is covered with primeval beech forests which are protected by UNESCO and occupy 3 thousand hectares. Here, some of the oldest trees in the country grow – the 1000-year-old Dido-dub (Grandfather Oak) and Dub-chempion (Champion Oak). And of course, the trip to Chorni Mlaky natural landmark, where in 1866 a huge meteorite weighing almost 500 kg fell, is the most popular attraction.
The park spreads over the border-zone with Poland and Slovakia. This territory of the Eastern Carpathians was the battlefield of the First World War. And the Second World War left numerous fortifications of the Arpad Line. Today, “green” tourism is gaining momentum here. The length of eco-routes in the park is 140 km.
rare plant species
wooden churches - architectural monuments
Military cemeteries of the First World War
Remains of the Arpad Line fortifications of the Second World War
Origin of Sian and Uzh Rivers
The largest trees in Ukraine grow here
The H-13 Uzhhorod-Lviv highway passes through the park territory
From Kyiv – 730 km.
From Lviv – 160 km.
From Uzhhorod – 50 km.
The nearest railway station: Uzhhorod
There is bus service with Uzhhorod and Lviv
The nearest airport: Uzhhorod, Lviv