9 The Carpathians In Summer

The Carpathians In Summer

Posted on December 24, 2011 by

Why do people go to mountains? Each person has his/her own reasons for that. Some people want to escape from problems, others hope to aqcuire peace of mind there.

Any season, mountains are beautiful. Check out this collection of photographs of the Carpathian Mountains  taken in summertime.

In Gorgany mountain range there are the most difficult paths in the Carpathians.

Paths made by people cut it all over.

A Carpathian black raven.

Central Gorgaby somehow resembles mountain deserts with huge stones, rocks, dust and wind blowing in all directions.

The Carpathians are a range of mountains forming an arc roughly 1,500 km long across Central and Eastern Europe, making them the second-longest mountain range in Europe. The Carpathians stretch from the Czech Republic in the northwest through Slovakia, Poland, Hungary and Ukraine to Romania in the east and between Romania and Serbia in the south.

In Ukraine, the Carpathians with their clean lakes and waterfalls, fresh air and healing herbs are considered to be the most non-polluted area in the country. Some trees can be found only here.

Lake Brebeneskul.



Some 300 million years ago, it was an ocean!

Shipot Waterfall.

Schopenhauer once said, “The most widely spread kind of pride is national pride. Each person living on this planet is proud of his Motherland.” Ukrainians can easily change the word ‘Motherland’ for ‘the Carpathians’.

These stones are millions years old!

Lake Sinevir.

It seems like you are walking above clouds.

Parachute jumpers love these mountains!

Borzhava range.


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9 Responses to “The Carpathians In Summer”

  1. tatiana costea says:

    Except the Charpatians are not in Russia, worth mentioning, I think.

  2. Matlok says:

    Beautiful scenery!

  3. zalone says:

    de très belles images d’ukraine, jack

  4. Dpeter says:

    Originally this territory belonged to Hungary for 1000 years. In 1921 it beacame the part of the USSR after 1991 they connected to Ukraine. Unfortunately :(

  5. isaac says:

    In case of a bear comes to you ,

  6. tatra tiger says:

    i live in slovakia, close to poland and ukraine. under the carpathians (eastern beskydy mountain range) which looks pretty much the same as the photos in this thread. wonderful nature, clean air, silence, animals, wonderful part of europe !

  7. Erikas says:

    The Carpathian mountains and region in the Ukraine are absolutely fantastic. Great hiking and friendly people.

  8. Anjieya says:

    Wow…. amazing scenery, I like to climb mountain too. Is this picture in Ukraine?

  9. Leigh says:

    What a beautiful place.

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