Mount Olympus National Park

Mount Olympus, the home of the 12 ancient Greek gods and goddesses, is the highest and most famous mountain of Greece with an altitude of 2918m (9.573ft). In 1938 Mount Olympus was established as Greece's first national park and in 1981, UNESCO included Olympus National Park in an international network of regions named Biosphere Reserves. In 2011, the Ecologist ranked Mount Olympus among the top ten National parks in Europe.
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Waterfalls of Enipeas River. http://www.greentours.gr/tours/trekking

Waterfalls of Enipeas River. http://www.greentours.gr/tours/trekking

Balkan chamois  (Rupicapra rupicapra balcanica) http://www.greentours.gr/tours/6

Balkan chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra balcanica) http://www.greentours.gr/tours/6

Peak Mytikas 2918m and Stefani 2911m http://www.greentours.gr/tours/trekking

Peak Mytikas 2918m and Stefani 2911m http://www.greentours.gr/tours/trekking

Muses Plateau

Muses Plateau

Trekking at Mt. Olympus

Trekking at Mt. Olympus

"Stefani" peak, The Throne of Zeus

"Stefani" peak, The Throne of Zeus

Peak Stefani (Throne of Zeus)

Peak Stefani (Throne of Zeus)

Trekking in Greece's highest and most famous mountain. http://www.greentours.gr/tours/trekking

Trekking in Greece's highest and most famous mountain. http://www.greentours.gr/tours/trekking


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