Strymba Mountain

Strymba is the largest mountain in the Synevyr National Nature Park. Its height reaches 1719 meters above sea level. The Strymba ridge consists of several hills, and is 3 km long. The placer deposits, juniper bushes, and meadows covered with white mat grass meet travelers  at the top of the mountain.

At the top of the mountain, there is also a tourist route with a length of 15 km, which runs at an altitude of 550 to 1719 m. It begins near the Bradolets school, and runs through fields and beech forest with admixtures of spruce and fir, and then passes into the mountain meadows.

You can see this location on the following routes: