There are considerable lift lines at all resorts on the weekends and short lines during weekdays during the main ski season (January to early March). The best choice is to go there after a good snowfall, since in most places slopes are not groomed and ice and moguls are common. Drahobrat, Bukovel, and Mt. Trostyan at Slavske are usually the only skiable resorts in early December and April.
They are Ukraine's best-equipped ski resorts that have some experience with foreigners. These resorts have a variety of runs and decent infrastructure, though not yet near the level of European resorts. The resorts have hotels, cottages, and ski rental equipment. These resorts except Drahobrat (Dragobrat) are located near towns or villages and have bars, cafes, and discos.
If you want to go skiing at these resorts you should book accommodations with a travel agency and then show up at the slopes. The skier can either pay for each life ride or buy a lift pass. Here are some chair lifts and many tow lifts. On weekends lift lines are sometimes long. The snow is usually groomed daily.
Bukovel is a new large ski resort in Ukraine. This ski resort is the first European-class resort here, with high-speed chair lifts, ski schools, rentals and other facilities.
Dragobrat is the most interesting skiing area in Ukraine. Consider the information on its snow conditions and facilities.
Slavsko is a popular ski destination in Ukraine with great facilities and low prices. Read here about the resortís amenities and conditions.