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Bukovel
A village located in the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast of western Ukraine. It is one of the most popular ski resort in the Ukrainian Carpathian Mountains and is situated 30 km west of the city of Yaremche. Bukovel was founded in 1974 as the village of Bukovets. The Chornyi Cheremosh River runs through the village.

Bukovel currently boasts 14 ski lifts with roughly 50 km (31 mi) of pistes. There are 61 pistes sections of which 12 are Blue(beginners), 41 red (intermediates) and 8 are Black (experts). The longest piste is 5G at 2,106 m (6,910 ft). There are 11×4-person chair lifts, 1×3-person chair lift, 1×2-person chair lift and 1×T-bar.


Slavske
A popular ski resort town in the Eastern Beskids range of the Carpathian mountains in western Ukraine with a population of 3,700. It's one of the biggest Ukrainian winter sports centers. Slavske is located 600 meters above sea level in the Skole district in Lviv Oblast, close to the town of Skole, 130 km southwest of Lviv and 670 km west of Kiev.
Verkhovyna
A town located in the western Ukrainian oblast of Ivano-Frankivsk. The city is located in the Hutsul region of Carpathian Mountains called Pokuttya, upon the Cheremosh River, a tributary of the Prut. Verkhovyna is currently an important tourist center in Ukraine. Coincindently or on purpose, Verkhovyna carries the meaning of the highland city.
Vorokhta
A tourist spa town, located in Western Ukraine, in the Carpathian Mountains. It has only around 5,000 inhabitants, but due to a constant flow of tourists, its population almost year round is bigger. Located on the height of 800 meters above sea level, it is famous for its close ties to the Hutsuls - an ethno-cultural group of Ukrainians who live in the Carpathians, often regarded as a Hutsul capital.

Vorokhta is surrounded by the Carpathian National Nature Park, it also is the center of winter sports, with several ski-lifts. In 1919-1939 it belonged to Poland and was known all over the country, attracting many tourists, fascinated both by the mountains and the Hutsuls.

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