Distance: 67 km / 41.6 mi (the last 16 km / 10 mi may be on relatively poor pavement - to be confirmed)
Elevation: gain 883 m / 2,897 ft; drop 757 m / 2,484 ft
Gradient: max asc. 16.6%, max desc. 10.7%; avg. asc. 1.8%, avg. desc. 2%
This route can be ridden either on a mountain bike or on a road bicycle (in theory, at least). In 2010, I rode the stretch from Skole to Tukhlya in a car. The pavement is mostly good, but the traffic is pretty heavy.
To break up the monotony of the ride, one might consider a short (under 4 km / 2.5 mi one way) side trip to the waterfall Kamyanka (marked with a green pushpin) and Lake Zhuravlyne, aka Lake Mertve, (marked with a blue pushpin). In the village of Dubyna, across from the "marshrutka" bus stop (i.e. on the left side of the road), there is a chapel and a large cross. A wooden sign next to them shows the direction to the waterfall. The side road is a combination of moderately bad pavement and gravel. In good weather, the place is pretty crowded with tourists. Detailed description and directions in Ukrainian are here.
Some variants of the geographic names used on this page (read more about these lists here):
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