Hiking –Trekking

We highly encourage hiking and trekking within the Park. However, movement after sunset within Nature Reserve Areas (Zone I) is prohibited. During the fire-protection period (in the summer) local Forestry Departments may issue further bans concerning your stay in the forest. It is recommended to follow existing trails and avoid approaching wild animals, herds and sheepdogs. If you are unsure about your abilities, we strongly advise that you hire an experienced mountain guide and obtain printed materials, from the Information Centers, about hiking/trekking routes.

Make sure that you always have the necessary equipment (backpack, hat, raincoat, water, food etc.), wear appropriate hiking shoes, and carry a map of the area. If you find yourself in a trail that is too challenging (e.g. dense vegetation, bad signage, difficult passages etc), please turn back. Sometimes the given information will not correspond to the actual situation of certain trails. Consult our Information Centers in order to decide on an appropriate trail for you and your company.


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