Distance: 74.5 km / 46.3 mi (about 9.3 km / 5.8 mi leading to the first pass may be on poor pavement or dirt - shown in green on the map; a supposedly better paved detour shown in purple; the 14 km / 8.7 mi section from Kolochava to Komsomolsk shown in red and bright green - according to reports - is a very bad gravel and dirt road, which on the section shown in red merges with the river bed).
Elevation: gain 2232 m / 7323 ft; drop 2323 m / 7621 ft
Gradient: max asc. 25%, max desc. 35%; avg. asc. 5.5%, avg. desc. 4.3%
To get a better idea what the "road" from the Pryslip Pass (approximately where the bright green line turns red on the map) to Komsomolsk is like, see this photo by Alexander Naumov or this one by Zichó Viktor (please note that they are moving in the opposite direction). Obviously, this route is suitable only for mountain bikes.
Also note that there are many passes in the Carpathian Mountains (both in Ukraine and the neighboring countries) called "Pryslop", "Prislop" or "Pryslip" depending on the transliteration (in the local dialect it actually means "pass"). This is just one of them.
Some variants of the geographic names used on this page (read more about these lists here):
Unless explicitly stated otherwise, this is a draft and, as such, may or may not be accurate.
Use at your own risk.