Mountain Ascent trips – Greece

Conquer the rugged and mythical mountains along the Aegean Sea

Discover the wonders of Western civilisation as you climb among the classic mountains of Greece. Grip the rocks of Mount Olympus, home to the Greek gods and a wealth of legends. Ascend the Pindus mountains, which are known as the spine of Greece. And discover the incredible flora and fauna held within the national parks. Visit between the warmer months between May and August for ideal mountain ascents.

 

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Greece is a country in the southeast of Europe, consisting of roughly 6,000 islands just off the shore of its mainland. The rocky and rugged terrain is perfect for mountaineering. About 300 mountain ranges have summits over 2,000 meters, making for legitimate ascents and jaw-dropping views that are carpeted with heavily forested regions. Climbers will be close to the amazing and unique wildlife of the country, which includes bears, lynxes, deer, and wild goats.

 

 

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What's the weather like?

A Mediterranean climate dominates Greece, with mountainous regions having an alpine climate. The summers in Greece have a relatively mild and dry climate.

Language

Greek.

Currency

Euro

Country code

+30.

Best time to visit

Visit between the warmer months between May and August for ideal mountain ascents.

 

 
 

 

What People Say

  • 1 reviews

 

Good trip, but Babis did not allow for his perhaps unusual clients. He was too keen to do everything at
super-fast speed, and get to the refuges early. A slower pace would have suited us better. Also he did not brief us adequately on what to expect, and give advice on facilities and rules of the refuges.

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