Mount Breskul is the nearest neighbor of Hoverla.

The top of the mountain is dome-shaped. On the northern slope, there are precipitous stone screes. In several places, you can see cirque formations formed as a result of ancient glaciations. The top of the mountain is covered with alpine and subalpine vegetation. On the southwestern side, there is a valley with several small lakes, the most important of which is Lake Breskul.

There are two versions of the origin of the mountain's name. According to the first of them, it is associated with a Hutsul word, which means "swollen". According to another version, the name derives from the Old Slavic word "bresk" translated as "reflection" or "dawn".