• Spilios Agapitos on Mount Olympus

    "The main entrance to refuge A, that provides a welcome resting area for weary travellers."

    photo: Rob Snow

  • Curve in the path

    "The E4 path makes a beautiful winding trek upwards to refuge A"

    photo: Rob Snow

  • Sunrise at Refuge A, on Mount Olympus

    "One of the most prized events on Olympus is the magnificent sunrises that peek from Northern Greece's other mountain, Mount Athos over in Chalkadiki."

    photo: Rob Snow

  • E4 and upwards

    "After some 2-3 hours after Refuge A you reach the summit, via the E4 route."

    photo: Rob Snow

  • Abundance of nature

    "Mount Olympus is home to more than 50% of all the species known in Greece."

    photo: Rob Snow

  • Keramidi and Spathari

    "At certain time of the year snow can be caught on the mountain tops. And what an impressive sight."

    photo: Rob Snow

  • Supplies are on the trail

    "As part of the provision of supplies, a mule trail comes to Refuge A several times a week."

    photo: Rob Snow

  • Floating among the clouds on Mount Olympus

    "A breathtaking view from Refuge A's balcony, overlooking the Enipeas gorge early in the morning."

    photo: Rob Snow

  • Snow capped tops of Mount Olympus

    "As winter sets in, so does the snow, and Olympus becomes topped with a white blanket for almost half the year."
  • The E4 trail to the top

    "The winding path moves up a constant slope among some vast and open landscapes."
  • Company at Refuge A

    "Spilios Agapitos when full, is a warm and friendly resting stop, of like-minded trekkers. Always smiling and always willing to share their stories."
  • 52 peaks rise upwards

    "Mount Olympus is a large National Park that has a cluster of peaks that span it's area. With many a path to follow the trekking possibilities are endless."
  • Wildlife abounds on Olympus

    "with 50% of the known species of Greece located on Olympus, the mountain becomes a living home to many a creature."
  • Exploring the seasons on Olympus

    "Refuge A is open from May to October, and the trip in any given month is a festival of sights, and sense overloads that makes this a special retreat."
  • Colouring the mountain

    "There are over 1,700 species of plant on the mountain, and 23 native species, which in season create a beautiful spotting of colour to the hills."

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