Pip Ivan

Image - An ancient observation tower on Mount Pip Ivan in Chornohora.

Pip Ivan. Map:V-5. One of the highest peaks (elevation, 2,022 m) in the Carpathian Mountains in Ukraine, located in the southeastern part of the Chornohora mountain group. The slopes are covered with mixed-fir forest to approx 1,200 m and then with fir to approx 1,550 m. Above that point pines and green alders, brush, and subalpine vegetation can be found.

Image - Mount Pip Ivan in Chornohora.

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