Ostriky – Hreblia

Walking Trails
  • Complexity

  • Length

    3 km
  • Duration

    1 hour
  • Visitor Center


    The building of the visitor center is an information and educational center of Synevyr National Nature Park. The visitor center hosts the Museum of Forest Rafting, and the Local History Museum, and the exhibition hall will introduce you to the rare local flora and fauna included in the Red Book.


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  • Nameless Waterfall


    The waterfall has no name, but it has a good reputation. Locals have noticed the very pleasant taste of water pouring from above a long time ago. Tasty water was collected, and bread was baked on it for the whole village. To the right, there is a quiet Black River, which was once used to raft the forest.


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  • Sokolovets Tract


    On Sokolovets tract the route turns to the left of the river banks, and just from here the most beautiful landscapes open up at the background of the Black River. If you go higher up the road, you can see from above.


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  • Dam


    At one time, a dam built in the middle of the 19th century blocked the way to the Black River in the picturesque Sokolovets tract. The dam was a complex of constructions, technical units and mechanisms. It was 80 m long and 5.5 m wide.

    The dam was used for its intended purpose until 1954, and in 1973, after a detailed study, it was restored, and the superstructures were adapted for the Museum of Rafting, which opened in 1976. The museum accepted visitors until autumn of 1998. After the flood, formidable water left only a third of the structure. An attempt to rebuild the building failed after a second flood in spring of 2001. Now, the Museum of Forest and Rafting is being restored in the tract.


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The following is prohibited on the territory of the national park

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.

Carry firearms.

Littering the territory; making noise.

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