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Ascent to Kycera

Outlook of town Mizhirja

Petr Liška
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Ascent to Kycera
Inserted: 10.04.2014
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com

This short and nice trip leads from the town Mizhirja to Kycera hill (622 m asl) perched above three valleys. The way leads around timbered cottages and herds of cattle grazing on local meadows. There are nice views to all sides. If you have time, you can walk on along the ridge up to pass over Sinevir.

Zakarpattian meadows with barns

One of the possible starting points for the ascent to Kycera is right next to the bus station in Mizhirja. You need to ascend about 200 vertical meters along the field path to the ridge. The surrounding meadows are picturesque.

 

Zakarpattian meadows with barns
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Valley of river Rika

The view into wide valley of the river Rika /where Mizhirja is situated/ nicely opens with increasing altitude.

 

Valley of river Rika
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The path around Kycera

The way leading from the bus station basically bypasses the top of Kycera and rises from a small pass up to the main ridge. But you can ascend from the flat pass along different path to the top and descend to Mizhirja the other way and by that close this trip circuit.

The path around Kycera
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View in the direction of Sinevir

From the flat pass it is possible to see well into the next valley that surrounds this narrow ridge. The way through the valley is an alternative to the main road leading on the other side of the ridge.

 

View in the direction of Sinevir
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Ridge path to Sinevir

If you have more time and good weather, you can also abandon this circuit and continue along the ridge up to Sinevir.

Ridge path to Sinevir
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Picturesque area

You will certainly admire this very beautiful area at the top of the mountain and during the descent back to Mizhirja.

Picturesque area
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Mizhirja

After less than two hours you will be already on the way back to Mizhirja.

Mizhirja
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