Directions There are good roads around the park. There is only one section of the road with potholes, the section that leads to the "House of Roztochia". You can get there either driving very slowly or on foot along the route "The main European watershed"

By train

nearest railway station: Lviv

By car

The distance from the center of Lviv to Ivano-Frankivsk – 25.3 km on the M10 highway. Driving time – 40 minutes. On the highway E40 / M10 32.7 km – 40 minutes. On the E40 highway 29.7 km – 50 minutes. Distance from Kiev – 563 km.

By bus

Ivano-Frankivsk can be reached by bus Lviv – Shklo from the bus station Dvirtsevo. Or by any bus of Yavoriv direction, which departs from Yaniv cemetery. Distance – 22.2 km, travel time – 30 minutes.

By air

Nearest airport: Lviv

How to behave in the park to preserve nature?

  1. What places can travelers visit?
    We have laid out special routes in the territory of our park and arranged recreation areas so that travelers can comfortably and safely enjoy nature. Please follow these routes and you will avoid unnecessary risks and dangerous situations. Of course, we expect our visitors not to litter, light fires in unforeseen places, drive their own vehicles, destroy plants and disturb wild animals.
  2. Where can I light a fire?
    In the areas along the tourist trails, or on separate recreation areas, park workers arrange places for lighting fires. Ask about such places either on the description of routes, or at park workers. We urge you to use either such special places or portable devices for cooking on the go. Fire is a great danger to our flora and fauna. Also, remember that one cigarette butt thrown into the grass will not only contaminate the area for a long time, but can kill hundreds of animals. Yes, and smoking gradually kills you, so do not quit cigarette butts, and quit smoking :)
  3. Where to go garbage?
    It would seem that any cultured person will never throw garbage where nature amazes with its beauty. But no, we must continue to remind - littering in nature is a sign of low levels of development and intelligence. Sure it's not about you! If there are no dumpsters along the trails, we are very much hoping that you will take your garbage with you. Just in case, bring garbage bags with you on the trip. It is even better to live on the principle of zero waste and produce as little waste as possible. A big plus in karma for those who will do a great job and take away not only their garbage but also those irresponsible travelers who were in these places to you and left nature their senseless "gifts".
  4. Why is it important not to destroy wildlife habitats? And what to do in case of meeting with them?
    The vast majority of wild animals avoid meeting with humans. Therefore, moving through the woods, it is sometimes worth making known about your presence, talking loudly, echoing, as if warning the animals and giving them the opportunity to leave. However, if you still meet a wild animal, you need to back away from it without panic and sudden movements. Wild animals, although "wild", are very gentle and sensitive to human interference. Destroyed nest, burrow, excessive noise in the habitat and especially the mating of animals, can greatly frighten them and make them flee in search of quieter areas. Migratory birds, because of such dangers, can even change the time-tested paths of travel from North to South. It is unlikely that we want to gain a reputation among animals as a country that is unfriendly to animals.
  5. What actions do we dislike the most and violators face fines?
    People who deliberately come to us to cut down, destroy or shoot someone are under our special control. We can not cut down trees, except in areas where this is done in an organized manner. We cannot hunt and enter our territory with firearms. And please do not tear flowers and medicinal plants in our park. Let them please the human eye in nature, not fade in plastic cups.