Лысая Гора - Bike Trails

Лысая Гора - Bike Trails


Lysa Hora or Bald Mountain (Ukrainian: Лиса гора, Lysa hora, pl. Lysi hory; Russian: Лысая гора, Lysaya gora, Polish: Łysa Góra) is a concept of East Slavic, and particularly Ukrainian, folk mythology related to witchcraft. According to legends, ravens, black eagles, witches and other paranormal creatures periodically gather on the "bald mountains" for their "Sabbath". Mentions of Lysi Hory can be found in various historical and literary sources, such as in the writings of Nikolai Gogol and Mikhail Bulgakov (who uses it in The Master and Margarita as the mountain where the Iyeshua (Jesus of Nazareth) was crucified). The exact origins and factual evidences of the concept are unclear. Researchers list dozens of supposed "bald mountains" sites throughout Ukraine and Poland. The most famous among them are the Lysa Hora and Zamkova Hora hills in Kiev, Ukraine, and Łysa Góra in Poland.

Trail name
Awesome destination
Est. time
2 hours 45 minutes
Distance
2.5 km
Main destination
Additional destination

Be the first one who upload the trail map

You can contribute to your community. Upload it! :-)

Upload

Лысая гора photos

nearby activity



inspire your team

Our team works hard to offer you the best possible experience and the perfect website. If you have ideas, sugestions or comments, we will be pleased to read you.