Goverla is the highest mountain and the highest point on the territory of Ukraine.
The height of the mountain is 2,061 meters (6,762 ft) above sea level.
Hoverla is located on the border of Transcarpathian and Ivano-Frankivsk regions, about 17 km from the border with Romania. Refers to the Chernogor ridge in the Carpathians.
At the foot is one of the sources of the river Prut. Not far from the source is a cascade of waterfalls, the total height of which is about 80 meters.
Next to Hoverla is Mount Brescul, it can be seen at 3:52.
From the top of Hoverla the Transcarpathian mountain Petros (2020 m) is clearly visible. To the south-east stretches a chain of peaks of the Montenegrin ridge. In clear weather, the observatory observes the White Elephant on Mount Ivan Pop. In the south-west of the mountain rises Marmoroshsky ridge, along which the border between Romania and Ukraine.
Most ascents start from the base Zaroslyak, which is at an altitude of 1100 m (on the video you can see it at 5:08, the red roof). You can reach the base by foot, by car or by bike from Vorokhta. Two trails lead from the base to the top - one more sloping, 4.3 km long; the other is more steep, 3.7 km long. Starting tracking from the base of Zaroslyak, conquering the summit in the summer is not difficult even for unprepared tourists.