The triple chairlift is located on Makovytsya mountain (750 m). The capacity — 1800 persons per hour. This lift also functions during the summer period.
The slopes, suitable either for skiing or snowboarding, are rather wide and long. The intermediate level trails (2 main ones, relocation while skiing is possible) cross the forested area, so you can enjoy nice viwes while skiing. Trail length — 2000-2300 m. There's also an advanced snowboarding slope (1,5 km long), which is the steepest and the most difficult on the mountain. The coverage there is mainly grassy, with some stony parts.
|Ski lift type||Lenght||Altitude
|triple chairlift||950 m||303 m||9:00-16:00||20 UAH per lift
300 UAH per day
|* Sightseeing tour — 35 UAH per person.|
Facilities and services located at the lower station: a restaurant, ski rentals, a café, WC, a ticket office and a first-aid post; there's also a ski trail map. At the upper station there is a sightseeing platform from where you can enjoy beautiful mountain views around, there's also a café and WC. Ski lessons are available. Other services there: electronic ski pass system, snowcat, rescue service.
You can get to the ski resort by car (parking is available) or by public transport (buses of the Khust direction): Alyans is located at the exit from Mizhgirya, on the left of the road (follow the road signs).Ski lifts and trails Conventional signs
The other one is a drag lift located nearby Kamyanka Hotel.
The piste is a bit hilly and suits better those who already have some skiing experience. The slope there is rather steep and could be classified as an intermediate one. At the lower part of the hill there's place for beginners where the slope is more gentle and flat.
|Ski lift type||Length||Altitude
|button lift||680 m||130 m||11:00-17:00||8 UAH per lift
150 UAH per day
|* If there are skiers.|
Services and facilities available in the hotel: a restaurant, a ski rental (skiing equipment — 100 UAH), ski lessons (pre-arrangement) and a first aid kit. A snowcat functions on the slope.Ski lifts and trails Conventional signs