In August 2013, Kyiv Cyclists' Association, the National EuroVelo coordinator for Ukraine, held a field trip to explore a 350-km stretch of the planned EuroVelo-4 Route in Western Ukraine. The trip that covered four provinces stared in Shepetivka, a mid-size city located about halfway between Lviv and Kyiv. From there, the team of cycling enthusiast moved westbound, sometimes splitting in two groups to check various potential routes. The group, composed of 5 volunteers from Kyiv, Radomyshl, Khmelnytskyi and Yaremche, was pedaling about 80-100 every day, documenting its way and discovering local communities and tourism infrastructure.
A lot of photo:
Route map (by click Google map will open):
Purple segments - unexplored yet. Now there is about 35-40% of overall distance.
Blue segments - good roads, where you surely can cycle with comfort.
Red segments - poor roads, mostly unpaved and non-conformed to Eurovelo standards
Orange segment - road with traffic, heave enough to make problems for unexperienced cyclist.