The Rocks of Dovbush is a group of natural and man-made structures carved out of rock at around 980m ASL in the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (province) of western Ukraine. The name of the formations comes from a leader of the opryshky movement, Oleksa Dovbush.
The rocks are a part of the Polyanytskiy Regional Landscape Park.
Archeological finds point to the existence of a pre-Christian[disambiguation needed ] observatory in the rocks around the 10-17th centuries BC. In the 10th century the complex became an important fortress and a frontier post of Yaroslav Osmomysl in his conflict with the Grand Prince of Kiev.