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Myhove Village Ski Resort
While the Ukraine may not have the biggest proportion of the Carpathian Mountain Range within its borders, what it does have has certainly been made the most of.
The Carpathian range curves its way through the southern region of the Ukraine about sixty kilometres north of the country’s border with Romania. Nestled high up in the peaks in the Vyzhnytsia National Park sandwiched between the Siret and Myhove Rivers is the Myhove Village Ski Resort. The secluded ski resort sits at an altitude of seven-hundred and forty feet above sea level. That might not be high enough to induce altitude sickness, but the scenery and the slant on the downhill slope will certainly take your breath away.