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А не надо ничего отвечать уже, сам справился
А закопане это те же горы что и у тебя, получается так?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/07/2010 at 8:25am
Я слышал доски, крепы и бутсы дороговатые в Россие и Украине. Правда или нет? Просто интерестно как цены сравниваються здесь и там.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/07/2010 at 9:47am
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Я слышал доски, крепы и бутсы дороговатые в Россие и Украине. Правда или нет? Просто интерестно как цены сравниваються здесь и там.

Даже прошлогоднее оборудование продается по Manufacturer's suggested retail price, т.е. по цене новой модели без скидки. Например: я купил на Sierrasnowboard (дай им Бог здоровья!) борд Nitro Team 09/10, который мне вышел в $190 (включая доставку в Одессу и комиссию посредника), в магазине в Одессе у официального диллера этот борд стоит $460 со скидкой, а сначала стоил $650!!! Причем, цена MSRP $440! Вот и прикинь, так на всё!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/07/2010 at 1:13pm
Для примера custom v-rocker в россии продают со скидкой за 20000-21000 т.р. это 650-700$!!! вот как-то так. ну и в остальном такой-же ценник.
Но у меня доставка в россию одной доски 80-100$ меньше пока не выходит
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/08/2010 at 4:20pm
Your pic is amazing, I´d definitely go if I had moneyyyy
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/09/2010 at 10:46pm
да, ребятки.. цены на снарягу у нас не наилучшие.. а потом удивляються еще, почему у нас так мало спортсменов, почему такие плохие показатели на олимпиадах..

канеш, с такими ценами легче бухать и курить, чем спортом заниматься.. дешевле по крайней мере!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/10/2010 at 8:27am
ЕПРСТ, вчера был праздник как ты знаешь, так вот выполз я с сыном часов в 11 утра и не скажу все, но большинство уже с пивком и т.д. Это к вопросу о спорте
Вопрос о закопане - была, может был кто-нить, что говорят?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/10/2010 at 10:20pm
Originally posted by Gorga


Вопрос о закопане - была, может был кто-нить, что говорят?


В закопане лично не была... но те кто был дают очень хорошие отзывы... цены по сути как на Буковели, но сам понимаешь... совсем другой сервис, другие условия, да и горы, говорят, тоже круче...

еще из Польских курортов ооочень много позитивных отзывов слышала о Кринице.... говорят там самая длинная в Польше трасса есть))
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/11/2010 at 2:51am
Спасибо, очень хоцца выбраться на авто до польши в этом году. Опять же судя по карте вы не так далеко находитесь от польши, а сезон у вас одновременно начинается? Январь, февраль - раньше никак, да?
А криница это разве не ваше пиво?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/11/2010 at 3:17am
sounds great. this photo looks soo inviting. i want to go Ukraine
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/11/2010 at 3:40am
Looks fantastic, although very barren and exposed.  Are there trees in the Ukraine?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/11/2010 at 10:32pm
Originally posted by iGBH

Looks fantastic, although very barren and exposed.  Are there trees in the Ukraine?


Sure there are trees in Ukraine)))

Check picks in my profile)))
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/11/2010 at 10:36pm
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Ну смотри.. в принципе год на год не похож.. бывали времена, что и в конце ноября я сезон открывала.. но последние 2-3 года снега в начале зимы совсем мало.. тем более для адэкватного катания.. климат с Польшей похож.. так что да.. зима приблизительно одновременно начинается))

А Криница - пиво не знаю, но оно точно в Польше)))
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/13/2010 at 1:17am
Понял, ждем короче сезона и едем. Потому что судя по отзывам что я прочитал картины не составишь. Все как всегда одному горки маленькие, второму еще чего нибудь не хватает, третьему все очень понравилось...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/13/2010 at 5:24am
Будем ждать.... ну если вы не ездили на Кавказ... Приэльбрусье, Домбай... тоя думаю размер горок вас удовлетворит;)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/13/2010 at 9:30am

Я все понял, спс. Думаю да меня удовлетворит, тем более что хочу поехать с мелким

А пиво я нашел, но оно оказалось белорусскимWink

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/18/2010 at 11:26pm
привет,
Моя жена из Севастополя.
Я подумываю на время нашей поездки взять лыжи.
Мне интересно как с ними на русских у украинских авиалиниях? что стоит провоз и как они их и где перевозят? знаю, что ценник на авиабилеты в россии и украине дикий круглый год, без особых скидок и правила провоза oversized luggage тоже отличаются.

коротко прикидываю во что это встанет.

за всякую информацию по этой теме заранее спасибо.

cheers and see you on NZ slopes!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/19/2010 at 12:53am
Дело в том,что все зависит от авиалиний... потому что у люфтганзы есть например возможность забронировать место под комплект зимней снаряги... нужно просто при заказе билета где-то там у них это указать...

Нужно смотреть на сайте перевозчика...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/19/2010 at 12:53am
Ах.. и да... я думаю, что дешевле обойдёться взять лыжи в прокате уже на месте... в Украине прокат недорого стоит.. поэтому думаю так будет проще...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/19/2010 at 12:57am
There are wonderful freeride spots in UA, I recommend you Polonina Borzawa, the place is amazing!, some pictures from my friend's blog, from our trip 2 years ago:

http://whitegames.ownlog.com/13693,kategoria.html
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/19/2010 at 11:06pm
Спасибо, за инфо. Смотрел еще фото сегодня сегодня от друзей. Снежок хороший у вас и в достатке ... Надеюсь в феврале увидеть все в живую
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/19/2010 at 11:25pm
No, I still haven't. Can you pls send me some options for riding in Ukraine. How long the season goes down there? Here we can ride from end of December till middle of April. We are bunch of about 15 people and till now we ride few times in Austria and Italy, but if there are other options for lots of snow / as I see, there is enough powder/ in a proper period we would be glad to prepare some trip.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/20/2010 at 2:25am
Best time for Borzawa is march, when the day lasts longer, there should be still a lot of snow there. We experienced several snowstorms, it was amazing how fast the weather was changing, during 5 days, each day it was snowing :) The area is an interesting mix of steep slopes with several trees, vertical drop of descent is about 700meteres - 1000 meteres, depending on snow coverage.

cons are that you have to hike a lot, no lifts in the area, and the only accomodation possible is an old abandoned hut in the valley. so in other words it's reall backcountry trip: sleeping bags, cooking by yourself, melting ice into water and that kind of stuff :) as for me it was a great experience in general:)

I heard Czarnochora is also a great riding area, higher mountains than Borzawa, but also more hiking ;)









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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/25/2010 at 6:59am
Yes, March is simply perfect for ukr mnts. In the beginning of spring it often snows a lot and you can catch great powder and not hurt your gear)))

2 qubek: there are many other places to stay - you can stay in Podobovets' or Pylypets'. There are many private houses with all conditions for relaxing after riding day. And there are lifts, but they will not guide you to the top - you will have to hike anyway)

But generally - it's great)
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Привет землякам!)))

I was riding in Bukovel for two years. Middle of the March is the best time for riding. All lifts are working and it's freely on slopes.

Just look at photos.

First snow (October 14):


Season start (December 16):


December 19:


For iGBH. There are many trees (January 19):


Also we have a tradishion to sumergirse in frosty water (Epiphany, January 19):




January 30:


Palmer True Ride Snow Music Camp (March 19):




April 11:


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Season close (May 8):


Hotel "Bukovel":




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Full photo reviews:
http://photo.bukovel.com/index.php?cat=14&page=1

Here is the map
http://winter.bukovel.com/map

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When you'll be in the area - write)
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Hi,

After reading these post and looking at the various pictures. I'm discovering a urge to go snowboard in Ukraine.

However I have a few questions.

Which places do you guys recommend and why.
Ex.
  • the view
  • people
  • housing
  • partying
  • park/back mountain/powder

What are the price range on these places.
  • ski pass
  • housing
  • food
  • drinks
What is the best means of getting there?

I live in Sweden so I'm thinking flying or taking a boat to Riga and buss/train from there?

Also what time of the year is preferable? Feb-April?

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Run4Fun,
Thanks for awesome photos!! looks good.
That chick in a summer dress looks hilarious. LOL

I am very keen to hear more about accommodation - what the options are and what it costs. 

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The best time for Ukrainian winter - is end of February - beginning of March.

There are many places you can visit, for example my pics are from Pylypet's-Podobovets. These resorts are kinda wild, but riding and living are one of the cheapest. It's good for back-country and freeride

For comfortable but bit expensive slope and park riding Bukovel' is the best)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 11:50am
Oh, this picture is great!!Picture looks much better than the picture of the Czech mountains. Do you know what it is a resort in Ukraine?
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This was made on 8-th of March, 2010.

Mountain is called Gemba, it is a part of Borzhavs'ka polonyna.

Wonderful place for freeride!
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Does anyone know how much it costs for lift tickets, housing and food?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/27/2010 at 1:25am
Ou, really? Where are the mountains situated exactly? I love Ukraine, my grandmother and father lived there so I have a special feeling about that!! Can you post some web addresses? Thanx a lot!
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Great foto, really, awesome! I think due to photo it look like more better then Switzerland...Oh my god, it can´t be reality:-)
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Great foto, really, awesome! I think due to photo it look like more better then Switzerland...Oh my god, it can´t be reality:-)
Can you write something about your trip to Ukraine? Accomodation, prices, food etc.? Thank you
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watching-sunset have you web sites about Podobovets? It is hard to find something on web...Thank you
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All the sources we have in Ukrainian, so I'm afraid you will not be able to read a thing. Mountains are situated in Ukrainian part or Karpathians.
http://www.snow-forecast.com/resorts/Pylypets and http://www.snow-forecast.com/resorts/Podobovets is short description, but nothing valuable.

Lift tickets are about $1-2 Prices are really low as for foreigners. Accomodation and food usually will cost you about $15-30 depending on where you would like to stay, but if you really plan some trip here - you can contact me and I will try to help you with all the questions.

We have also not bad riding place - Drahobrat http://www.snow-forecast.com/resorts/Drahobrat it's awsome here in spring. You can ride in t-shirt and have fun when the sun is warm and snow is still on the slope)
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Last year I was riding in Dragobrat (Ukrainian Karpathy).
Realy cool and extraordinary place. Why extraordinary? Because You can't get right there by regular car or bus, train etc. First You have to go to Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukraine), then to village Yasinya (about 8$ per person) than only on 4x4 SUV cars like VAZ Niva ( http://autoeng.ru/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/vaz-21213_niva1998.jpg )and even more fun: Gaz 66 ( http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:5DyzQ5eyiftINM:http://www.ski-world.com.ua/uploads/fotos/ukraine/dragobrat-road.jpg&t=1 ) to get mountains. You will remember this 10miles route without road all Your life ;) Price: around $8 one way/one person.
Accomodation: around $40-50+/day per person with 3 times meals/day in New Year season. Other time: less for 30-50%.
Beer, wine, more food - around $1-2 per drink or meal.
Lift: $60 - 50 times (if i'm right).

You can see it by googlin: http://www.google.com.ua/images?um=1&hl=ru&client=firefox&hs=5Q6&rls=org.mozilla%3Aru%3Aofficial&biw=1280&bih=597&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=dragobrat&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=
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Last year I was riding in Dragobrat (Ukrainian Karpathy).
Realy cool and extraordinary place. Why extraordinary? Because You can't get right there by regular car or bus, train etc. First You have to go to Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukraine), then to village Yasinya (about 8$ per person) than only on 4x4 SUV cars like VAZ Niva ( http://autoeng.ru/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/vaz-21213_niva1998.jpg )and even more fun: Gaz 66 ( http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:5DyzQ5eyiftINM:http://www.ski-world.com.ua/uploads/fotos/ukraine/dragobrat-road.jpg&t=1 ) to get mountains. You will remember this 10miles route without road all Your life ;) Price: around $8 one way/one person.
Accomodation: around $40-50+/day per person with 3 times meals/day in New Year season. Other time: less for 30-50%.
Beer, wine, more food - around $1-2 per drink or meal.
Lift: $60 - 50 times (if i'm right).

You can see it by googlin: http://www.google.com.ua/images?um=1&hl=ru&client=firefox&hs=5Q6&rls=org.mozilla%3Aru%3Aofficial&biw=1280&bih=597&tbs=isch%3A1&sa=1&q=dragobrat&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=


согласна с тобой, Драгобрат еще то место. Мы на пасху там катали в футболках) было здорово)
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I searched on google and found the mountains, but it is too far from czech republic:-( But in a future, I will arrive to this cheap land for great ski, I write to you for sure for any information or advice...Where do you skiing in europe? Are you living in EU or US?
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I live in Ukraine)
So I ride here.. but also plan to go to Poland or Slovakia maybe next year.
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I live in Ukraine)
So I ride here.. but also plan to go to Poland or Slovakia maybe next year.

yeah! it really was! our driver had to put the chain on wheels to go up in the mountains =)
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Where are you living in Ukraine? My father was born In Zitomir and lived for 10 years. I still heart connection with Ukraine. But it is too far from Czech:-( Once I have been riding in Slovakia and I was not enthusiastic. Everything is so expensive, too many people everywhere- on the slopes, in hotels, in the mountain resorts. In Poland, I cannot remember the name of resort, but it is perfect. Cool, pleasant people, low prices, there are well prepared slopes and mainly - without german skiers:-) They are strange and I have bad experiences with them from Italy. Last year somebody stoled my board, when I was on lunch in my hotel...I thought it could happen only here, in the Czech Republic, but I was wrong:-(
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Zilevo, great area ner by yasinya, i saw on google earth and there are nice photos. F**k it is soooooo far:-( I am thinking about it every day and photos drive me crazy:-)
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that looks so amazing and fun wish i can go there :(
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kamilo311: it's really not so far =) our people go much more farther from Ukraine: to Georgia, Austria, Slovakia, Suiss, France, USA oO =))
but don't await a lot of service in Ukraine =)
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I think in Dragobrat will be no germains at all =)
and, not sure, but I think that local stuff dunno English.
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I was right, when I thought the service isn´t so good as in Swiss or Italy, but Ukraine I very attractive, and yet when I see those pictures ... I think I commit and go out.I'm very curious about people and the Ukraine...
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Many people communicate without english, by hands, legs, that´s no problem:-) Two places for germans- Czech republic and Swiss. They have everything there
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