Waterfall Zhenetskyi Huk

Zhenetskyi Huk is a waterfall in the Ukrainian Carpathians, on the Zhenets stream (left tributary of the Prut), between the massifs of the Yavirnyk and Khomiak-Syniak ridges, near the Mykulychyn and Tatariv villages.
Located at a distance of about 5 km from the road, 9 km from the station Tatariv and 10 km from the station Mykulychyn, in the Carpathian National Nature Park.
Zhenetskyi Huk waterfall is located at an altitude of 900 m above sea level. Formed in the postwar years as a result of floods. Water falls freely from a height of 15 m.
Locals named waterfall Huk because of the noise, the rumble coming from it.
Zhenetskyi Huk is beautiful at any time of the year, in spring it is complemented by new streams, in winter it sometimes freezes and turns into huge fairy icicles.
The breathtaking spectacle of the waterfall, the roaring waters of the river Zhenets, the steep cliffs that look between the spruces will leave an unforgettable impression of this area.
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