West Ukrainian waterfalls are not touristy (yet!). So you better hurry up to discover this beauty for yourself while it is untouched of civilization that much.
Take a look at these photos (and videos) of waterfalls of the Ternopil region and Carpathian Mountains. I think, this is a case when a picture is worth a thousand words.
So, this is the Kamianka waterfall (on the picture below). It is located by the village of Dubyna, Skole disctict, L'vivs'ka oblast. The waterfall is a part of the Skole Beskydy National Recreation Reserve of Ukraine.
Rusyliv waterfall (on the picture below) is situated by the villages of Rusyliv and Skomorokhy, Buchats'kyi district, Ternopil's'ka oblast.
Shypit waterfall (on the picture and video below) is located on the Pylypets River in 6 kilometers from the village of Pylypets (Mizhhiria district, Zakarpats'ka oblast). The Shypit waterfall is 14 meters high.
The Maniava waterfall (on the video below) is situated by the Maniava village, Bohorodchany district, Ivano-Frankivs'ka oblast. The height of the Maniava waterfall is 20 meters.
The Huk waterfall (on the picture and video below) is located by the village of Mykulychyn, Yaremcha district, Ivano-Frankivs'ka oblast. The waterfall is 15 meters high.
The Nyrkiv (Chervonohorod, Dzhuryn) waterfall (on the picture and video below) is the most interesting in Ternopil's'ka oblast, because it has three names: the Nyrkiv waterfall (it is because the waterfall is located by the village of Nyrkiv, Chortkivs'kyi disctrict, Ternopil's'ka oblast); the Chervonohorod waterfall (it is because in ancient times there was a city named Chervonohorod); and finally, the Dzhuryn waterfall – it is because the waterfall is a part of the Dzhuryn River. The Nyrkiv-Chervonohorod-Dzhuryn waterfall is of two cascades; total height of the waterfall is 15 meters.