12 – 15/01/2022
Sokilsky ridge: Malanka festival and a hike
3500 UAH, 4 days
We will spend four active days in a mountain village. During the day we are hiking, in the evening we are resting at home. On January 13 we will see how the village celebrates the holiday of Malanka.
22/01/2022 – 25/01/2022
Hoverla and Petros: winter hiking with staying in a house
3500 UAH, 4 days in the mountains
We will dress properly, put lunch and a thermos of hot tea in a backpack and early in the morning, when stars are still in the sky, we start hiking to the highest Ukrainian tops. You will be accompanied by a guide with experience and knowledge of safety in the winter mountains.
29/01 – 1/02/2022
5 – 7/02/2022
3300 UAH, 3 days
We will spend three active days in a mountain village. During the day we are hiking, in the evening we are resting at home.
12 – 15/02/2022
19 – 22/02/2022
Kostrych and Shpytsi: winter hiking with staying in a house
We live in a cozy house with Hutsul owners in the remote mountain village of Bystrets. Every day we go hiking for the best views of the highest Ukrainian ridge.
26/02/2022 – 01/03/2022
5 – 8/03/2022
12 – 15/03/2022
26/03 – 1/04/2022
Western Lycian Way, Turkey
6000 UAH, 7 days, 80 km
The hike will be remembered by combining the landscapes of the rocky Taurus Mountains and the Mediterranean coast with lagoons, bays and valleys; the turquoise color of the sea is absolutely fantastic, it is love at first sight; Mediterranean flora and fauna – in spring everything blooms and smells like honey, and large turtles crawl through the woods; local cuisine, Turkish coffee and fresh fruits; monuments of the ancient Lycian civilization.
4 – 10/04/2022
at the end of winter there will also be planned hiking trips in the Ukrainian Carpathians;)
23/06 – 1/07/2022
470 €, 9 days, 105 km
We go on a 100-kilometer hike along the Kings Trail, where we will see: a polar day – the sun that does not set on the horizon; the mountains of Swedish Lapland – the least populated region of Europe, where the indigenous Sámi people have a very interesting history and identity; the highest peak in Sweden – Kebnekaise (2,097 m); many rivers, streams, lakes and bridges across them; reindeer and the nature of the Scandinavian taiga and forest tundra, which lies beyond the Arctic Circle.
at the end of winter there will also be planned hiking trips in the Ukrainian Carpathians 😉