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Hike in Mt Parnassos & archaeological site of Delphi

Hiking to Delphi
Hiking to Delphi
Hiking to Delphi
Hiking to Delphi

Lying on the slopes of Mt Parnassos, Delphi is one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece. Pavlos, an aspirant IFMGA mountain guide, takes you on an amazing 1-day hiking trip there.

1 Day

Apr - Oct

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Description

Delphi is the most popular archaeological site in Greece, after the famous Acropolis. Join this 1-day hiking trip to explore this incredible place!

On the southern slope of Mt Parnassos (2457 m), one of the highest peaks in the country, lies the ancient sanctuary of Delphi, regarded as the centre of the world in ancient Greek mythology and home of Apollo's famous oracle.

In fact, the place is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with unique temples, terraces and buildings to explore.

Our trip will begin early in the morning in Athens. We'll drive to Parnassos National Park, traversing beautiful mountain sceneries and small traditional villages.

Once there, we'll hike for 2km to the Corycian cave, the first highlight of this trip. Then, we'll follow a trail covered with flowers and fir trees to Delphi.

Along the way, we'll enjoy beautiful views of Amfissa valley and its famous olive trees.

Then, you'll have some free time to explore the archaeological site of Delphi.

On our way back to Athens, we'll stop at the village of Arachova and admire its authentic local crafts.

If you are interested in a 1-day hiking trip in this amazing destination in Greece, send a request! I'll be happy to be your guide there.

For other activities close to Athens, check this hiking trip in Mt Parnitha or a 3-day climb to Mt Olympus.

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Breakfast

- Lunch

- Dinner

- Transport during the trip


FAQs

What are some recommended accommodations near our adventure location?

We understand that finding the perfect place to stay is an essential part of your adventure experience. To help you with this, we’ve curated a list of three highly recommended hotels that offer comfort, convenience, and a touch of local charm. These accommodations are well-suited for adventurers looking to relax and rejuvenate after an exciting day of exploration
Agrinio Imperial Hotel Agrinio Greece
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Marpessa Smart Luxury Hotel Agrinio Greece
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About the guide

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Pavlos

5.00

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Mountain Guide

I am a mountain guide of the Hellenic Federation of Mountaineering and Climbing (HFMC) and an IFMGA mountain guide. I live in Greece, a unique country with some of the least explored landscapes in Europe.

I discovered my passion for mountaineering when I was 17. What started as a hobby soon turned into an exciting profession that has taken me on many expeditions around the world over the last two decades. One of my biggest achievements was reaching the summit of Mt Everest in 2004, as the Deputy Leader of the first successful Greek expedition.

Besides, I studied Mass Media Communication and I'm a Film Director. Producing documentaries is another way of unfolding my love for nature and travel.

I really like designing new itineraries and taking clients off the beaten tracks, allowing them to enjoy authentic experiences in my country.

Languages

Greek | German | English | Czech

Certificates

HMGA | IFMGA

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What people are saying about Pavlos

Seanathon

5.00

I can't put into words how great our experience was. Pavlos made us feel like family. The climb was a life changing and humbling experience. The mountain was beautiful!

carles

5.00

Best guide I have had ever! Always helping and easy to adapt to needs and changes. Really impressed!...and great talker. Interesting and great knowledge of the area, the local restaurants, the history, etc. First class service!

Ken

5.00

This was an awesome experience! Thansk to Pavlos, who is a perfect guide (and not a luxury at all when you want to climb Mytikas, we had 2 meter of snow in April). We did not reach the top due to heavy snowfall, but made a couple of other hikes while Pavlos told us the complete history of the Olympos mountain range. The breathtaking views from the refuge Giosos Apostolidis with the ever smiling ward Lazaros: it made it all a highly recommended journey! Thanks to all for making this happen!


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