Pip Ivan (Ukrainian: Піп Іван; Polish: Pop Iwan) is the third highest peak (after Hoverla and Brebeneskul) of the Chornohora (Czarnohora) range, with height of 2022 meters (6,634 ft) above sea level.In the interwar period (1918–1939) the peak marked the Polish - Czechoslovak, from March 1939 Polish - Hungarian border and numerous skirmishes between OUN and Polish border troops took place in the area.
On the peak of Chorna Hora (then in Polish called Pop Iwan), the Polish government built in the years 1936–1938 an astronomical and meteorogical observatory, which was commonly called "Biały Słoń" ("White Elephant"). Today, the construction is in ruins.
Now the Chornohora range, is located in Ukraine.
There's a trail leading to the summit. Pip Ivan Chornohirskyi is one of the 68 peaks along the multi-day Тranscarpathian tourist path.
The nearest mountain hut is null located 48m/157ft ENE of the summit.
By elevation Pip Ivan Chornohirskyi is
# 3 out of 133 in Rakhiv Raion # 2 out of 125 in Verkhovyna Raion # 3 out of 3926 in Ukraine # 3 out of 529 in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast # 3 out of 696 in Zakarpattia Oblast
By prominence Pip Ivan Chornohirskyi is
# 18 out of 133 in Rakhiv Raion # 12 out of 125 in Verkhovyna Raion # 63 out of 529 in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast # 73 out of 696 in Zakarpattia Oblast
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