One-day trips to the mountains with outdoor cooking.
1-5-day trips to the mountains, lodging for the night in tents, outdoor cooking.
Bicycle tours.
Great opportunities for picking wild berries such as blueberries, and mushrooms (edible boleti).
Bicycle tours and hiking excursions are developed individually for different categories of holidaymakers depending on their physical fitness.
There is a possibility to encamp.
VIP tours — MITSUBISHI-jeep tours.


Three ski (yoke) lifts with skiing trails respectively of 1500 m, 500 m, 300 m.
A baby-lift is available for children and beginners.
Aerial chairlift with a skiing trail of 1700 m.
A ski equipment rental is available.
Snowmobile riding.
For free-riders and supporters of extremal sports, the ascent to the top of Gemba mountain by the own snow-cat is possible.


Corporate party organization:
a huge experience in organizing weddings:
there is a possibility to conveniently accommodate up to 80 people.
Marriage ceremony.
a registration of a marriage with a trip to the Gemba mountain, the Shypit waterfall or to other picturesque place of the Carpathians.
Happy marriages are born in heaven, but they conclude in “HORYANYN/HORETS” hotel!
creative corporate party.
New Year’s corporate party.
Company holiday, branch day.
children’s holidays.
We will consider your suggestions or wishes regarding the organization of your rest.
Horse riding.
Bike park track for both beginners and pros.
Quad bike tours.
OFF-ROAD off-road trips.
Russian bath.
Mukachevo castle and thermal springs in Berehove (Beregovo).
Khust (cheese dairy, wickerwork, ostrich and reindeer farms).
Museums of Uzhgorod and tasting in wine cellars in Serednie village.
Synevyr Lake (national park, brown bear centre).

Recreation and entertainment are always close at hand!
A seasonal, wooden housing of shepherds and loggers widespread in the mountainous regions of the Carpathians was called Kolyba. At the present time, the «Kolyba» name is associated with cafe-restaurants where traditional Transcarpathian and Ukrainian dishes are served. The design and interior of the kolyba are interwoven with a local colour which includes embroidery, ancient tools, hunting trophies, onions and garlic heads woven into braids, which were considered as amulets, and many other authentic details.