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I was slightly reluctant when my friend suggested a 7km walk 6000 ft up Mount Olympus in the Troodos Mountains, but I am so glad we did it. The Artemis trail starts a short drive beyond Troodos square (follow the signs for Mount Olympus) and...More
I had researched this walk prior to leaving the UK and the trail was advertised as 5km in length, imagine our surprise as the trail markers went beyond 5km, passing 6 and 7km until the trail returned to the start point after about 7.5km. However...More
The circular trail is a great introduction to the Troodos Mountains.
Commendably It is exceptionally well signed without a great deal of height loss/gain.
A number of benches allow a relaxed way to take in the amazing views.
So much cooler in Troodos than Larnaca-so it was off to the mountains to beat the heat. A quick stop in the Troodos village to use the facilities then a comfortable hike. Excellent views-only a 2 areas where careful walking was necessary (I'm not good...More
The Artemis trail gives you a chance to see about half the island from on high.
It is almost a level walk, so very easy standard and can be done in 2 hours without snow and 2.5 hours with snow. The late spring this year...More
The starting point is 300 metres from Chionistra. Difficulty 1, and we managed to cover it in approx. 3 hours. (Easy enough)
On the way, we loved the black pine trees and the rare types of flora we came across. The trail is circular around...More
This is a nice trail which takes about 2 1/2 hours. The walk is not too difficult and gives you some great views. It is a circuit walk. There is a parking just at the start of the trail. If you park at Troodos Square...More
This route is the shorter route to the Atlanta Trail and in the cold weather it was long enough as it gets dark about 4.45pm in early November.
We had a problem at the beginning of the walk as we went off on the wrong...More
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Trainers with good grip or hiking boots. I went twice with trainers. Since it's the highest trail in altitude you definitely need a top above the tshirt especially if you are not planning to go in the summer. You may need a... More
Trainers with good grip or hiking boots. I went twice with trainers. Since it's the highest trail in altitude you definitely need a top above the tshirt especially if you are not planning to go in the summer. You may need a coat too. Do a weather check before going. If it has snowed and there is still snow up there I would definitely stay away because the path is very narrow and on the edge of the cliff at some parts. The best and safest time to go is between April and October.