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Zagori is an area well known for its traditional network of footpaths, which were built to connect 46 villages, until the opening of modern roads. In this network the stone bridges of Zagori, were fundamental in ensuring uninterrupted commutes throughout the year.
Starting from the village of Kipi, we will walk on several iconic and impressive stone bridges of the area, built during the 17th-18th century, usually named by the benefactor who paid for their construction.
During our hike, we will visit Lazaridis’ museum, located in the village of Koukouli. The museum was the house of its creator, Kostas Lazaridis, who with a lot of care gathered all the rare flora from the gorge of Vikos. In the museum we will have the opportunity to discover rare plant collections that grow on the canyon’s rocks and to learn about the ‘Doctors of Vikos’. Finally we will head towards Kipi village, following the very old stone path of Koukouli, also known as ‘Koukouli Steps’.
Easy to Moderate. Previous trekking experience is not required although you should have some hill walking experience.
Distance: 7 km / Elevation gain: 160 m / Terrain: footpath, cobblestone path
Price is based on a minimum attendance of 4 people (for less or more participants, feel free to contact us).