A new road through Nyzhni Vorota and Volovets will be the best road route from Kyiv, Lviv and Uzhhorod. You can get to Mizhhiria from Ivano-Frankivsk through Dolyna. The roads in the national park itself are periodically repaired, and are in good condition.

By Train

Volovets, which is located 56 kilometers from the park, is the nearest railway station. Kyiv-Uzhhorod, Zaporizhia-Uzhhorod, Lysychansk-Uzhhorod, Odessa-Uzhhorod and Lviv-Uzhhorod trains run here.

By Car

From Kyiv through Lviv (the fastest way) – 795 km (10.5 hours)

From Lviv through the Nyzhni Vorota, Volovets – 252 km (4 hours 15 minutes)

From Lviv through Dolyna – 215 km (4 hours 15 minutes)

From Uzhhorod through Volovets – 174 km (3 hours)

From Uzhgorod through Khust – 169 km (3.5 hours)

From Ivano-Frankivsk – 165 km (3 hours 20 minutes)

From Rakhiv through Khust – 190 km (3 hours 50 minutes)

By Bus

You can get to Mizhhiria from Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Uzhhorod and Khust. In the morning on weekdays you can take the private buses from the station of Mizhhiria to get to the park.

By Air

Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk are the nearest airports.

Rules of Conduct in the Park That Help to Preserve Nature

  1. What places can travelers visit?
    We have laid out special routes in the territory of our park, and arranged recreation areas so that travelers can comfortably and safely enjoy nature. Please, follow these routes, and you will avoid unnecessary risks and dangerous situations.
  2. Places Where You Can Light a Fire
    We have arranged special places for fire in the areas intended for recreation. Lighting fires in other places is prohibited by law, and can cause irreparable damage to forests. Forest fires are very difficult to put out, say nothing of not to mention the fact that they kill local fauna.
  3. Where to Leave the Garbage?
    We believe that you are not the one who can afford to leave garbage just in the middle of the forest. If you travel on our trails, we kindly ask you to collect garbage in your bag, and throw it in a special container upon return. Garbage containers are usually placed at the beginning of routes. We will be especially grateful, if you pick up the garbage left behind by less conscious travelers.
  4. Rules of Conduct in Case of Meeting the Animals
    The vast majority of wild animals avoid meeting with humans. Therefore, moving through the woods, sometimes it is worth making known about your presence, talking loudly, echoing, as if warning the animals, and giving them the opportunity to leave. However, if you still meet a wild animal, you need to move back from it without panic and sudden movements.
  5. Actions We Dislike the Most, and Which Cause Violators Face Fines
    People who deliberately come to us to cut down, destroy, or shoot someone, are under our special control. We can not cut down trees, except in areas where this is done in an organized manner. We cannot hunt and enter our territory with firearms. The same rule applies to fishing in rivers. If you want some fish, you may order it for yourself in one of our restaurants. And, please, do not tear flowers and medicinal plants in our park. Let them please the human eye in nature, and not fade in plastic cups.

Report to the Ministry of Emergencies About Your Trip to the Mountains

Report to the Ministry of Emergencies before you go on a trip, so that rescuers can find you quickly, and in time if something happens. This requires only two steps:
  • Fill out the online form

    Fill in the online form to inform the mountain search and rescue units about your planned trips to the mountains.

    Online form
  • Save the rescue units’ contacts

    Put down the contacts of the mountain search and rescue units of the area in which you are going to travel to your mobile phone.

    Units’ Contacts