Hiking (trekking) is divided into sub-categories depending on the difficulty. In the first category, the minimum distance traveled is 5 km (about one or two hours) and takes place on terrain with a very small slope (without a large altitude difference) and light equipment. In the course of the second category, we meet the distance of 10-15 km and the 4-7 hours that are the rule. From the third category onwards we now refer to Mountaineering (hiking) and the requirements increase significantly as hikers must have the appropriate experience and the appropriate equipment to follow successfully. The requirements increase in all categories depending on the weather conditions that prevail each time and especially during the winter months. More specifically, in the region of Epirus we have many hiking trails of all categories that one can choose. The gorge of Vikos, which also belongs to the Guinness Book of Records (deepest and narrowest gorge in the world), Drakolimnes (alpine lakes), Smolikas 2637m (second highest mountain in Greece), the mountain range of Pindos (the largest in Greece) but and the Epirus Trail (the largest hiking network in Greece, 370 km) are just some of the options that the visitor of Epirus has and show a sample of the quality of the area. Express your interest and let us guide you to the endless beauties of Epirus.