Karpenissi – Agrafa
Agrafa: The Agrafa region is Greece's last essentially unexplored paradise.
At an altitude of 850 m the Agrafa region is home to numerous historical villages scattered over a large area, often quite some distance apart, surrounded by mountains with clearly visible peaks, and the Rivers Agrafiotis, Acheloos and Tavropos. Agrafa village bears the name of the wider area; a village that contains many historical sights since this is one of the most widely renowned villages of the Roumeli region of Greece.
Duration: 2 1/2 hours | 40% tarmacked road, 60% dirt track | Total distance covered: 140 km
Karpenissi – Helidona
We kick off from Karpenissi and turn right heading for the historical village of Koryschades, and taking a dirt track pass through the old Mikro Horio, a village covered by a landslide, and continue on our course to the Potamia area. On arriving at Fidakia village, take the chance to savour the panoramic view of Lake Kremaston. The trip includes crossing Mt. Helidonas which stands at 1,172 m.
Duration: 3 hours | 30 % tarmacked road, 70 % dirt track | Total distance covered: 100 km
Karpenissi – Panta Vrechi
We kick off from Karpenissi heading for the village of Aniada. From there following the dirt track that leads through dense fir forest we reach the foothills of Mt. Kaliakoudas, near the mountaineering shelter at an altitude of 1,800m. From there we head down to the village of Doliana taking the forest road. Following a small, riverside path we reach one of nature's miracles known as Panta Vrechi, with its towering waterfalls, the Roska rope bridge and the Krikelopotamos River with its deeply carved banks.
Duration: 2 hours | 30 % tarmacked road, 70 % dirt track | Total distance covered: 80 km