There are many reasons to go hiking in the Parnitha Mountain north of Athens.
First, Mount Parnitha is home to a diverse flora and fauna, including many species of trees, shrubs and herbs that are unique to the region. The mountain is home to a variety of animal species including deer, wolves, wild boar, rabbits and foxes.
Secondly, Mount Parnitha offers great views of the surrounding countryside, including the city of Athens and the Saronic Gulf. At 1,413 meters (4,636 feet) above sea level, this mountain is the highest mountain in the region. Finally, Mount Parnitha is a popular destination for outdoor and nature lovers, with numerous well-marked trails suitable for hikers of all levels. Whether you are an experienced hiker or a novice, Mount Parnitha has many trails that are both challenging and rewarding.