The building of the visitor center is an information and educational center of the Synevyr National Nature Park. The visitor center hosts the Museum of Forest Rafting, the Local History Museum, and the exhibition hall will introduce you to the rare local flora and fauna included in the Red Book.
After three kilometers from the first stop, you will approach a small stream, where there is a table and benches. You can stay for a while, eat, and admire the surrounding beauty here.
This is a place at the crossroads of “Ostriky-Hrebin” and “Ostriky-Ozirtse” tourist routes. The stop is interesting, because it is here that interesting landscapes open up before us. When you look back, you will see the picturesque majesty of the mountains covered with thick spruces, and the steep rocky mountain called Kamianka. At the crossroads, you need to turn right, where in 500 m there will be Ozirtse wild lake.
It is small in size but an extremely beautiful lake, which is located on a hill near Hrebin mountain, in the arms of the forest. The water in the lake is clear, its depth reaches 8 m, and its area is slightly larger than a hectare. There is a unique island in the lake, which is never immersed in a blue bowl, because the water level does not fluctuate here, as well as the area of the lake does not change during rainfall. Small spruces grow on it, and the island itself is formed by brown-red sphagnum mosses, where small-leaved cranberries grow.
The landscapes in front of your eyes impress with the majesty of the Carpathian Mountains. Synevyr, Negrovets and Kolochava villages’ panorama is fascinating. The grass cover on the mountain is very diverse, with many rare plants, most of which are listed in the Red Book of Ukraine. The healing air, filled with the aromas of the forest, gives strength for further travel.
Deviation from the route.
Damage of natural objects.
Starting fires in places not designated for this purpose; smoking when passing through the forests.
Felling and damage of trees, plucking flowers, and collecting medical plants.
Hunting animals, and destruction of their habitats.
Any way of fishing.
Littering the territory; making noise.
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 in the online form to inform the mountain search and rescue units about your planned trips to the mountains.Online form
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