The Vihorlat Mountains ("Vihorlat") is a mountain range of volcanic origin. It spreads in the Eastern Slovakia and partially also in Western Ukraine. The Vihorlat Mountains include the VihorlatProtected natural formation and the Vihorlat Primeval forest area that were entered in the UNESCO's World Heritage List in 2007 in a category of the Carpathian beech tree primeval forests and old beech tree forests of Germany. Preserved beech tree primeval forests with individual trees that are more than 240 years old have been the reason for this listing.The Sninskýkameň mountain is a natural monument and it certainly is one of the most beautiful natural formations of the Vihorlat Mountains. The mountain stretches on area of 5.59 ha, including the rock boards that take up 1.62 ha. Its altitude is 1005 m above sea level. The Sninskýkameň mountain from the TheSninskérybníky ponds - along the forest road under an old downhill ski - along a yellow cycle route and a former narrow-gauge railway - Nadlúkami - The ZemplínskeHámre Stone Quarry, - The Tri tably Col - Jedlinka - The MaléMorskéoko Lake - The Morskéoko Manor House - Rybárka - the Tri tably Col - the Sninskýkameň Mountain - Rovienka - pod Umretým ("priUmartom") - The Sninskérybníky ponds Route to the Sninskýkameň Mountain is moderately difficult, it shall be mastered even by children or older tourists. Its advantage is that you can either choose to return back along the same route, or make a circle that shall lead you to a part of the Hámor educational trail (Hámorskýnáučnýchodník) and finish your tour, where you have started. The tour takes approximately 4 hours, when you can feast your eyes on picturesque views of nature, take pictures, or simply recharge your energy. You shall walk 8.3 km with 596 metres of height difference.