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Be ready with plenty of water and a camera to explore this amazing gorge. The path starts next to the Eleonas resort and brings you through Rouvas gorge to the amazing church of Agios Joannis. There is no water in the river bed in July/August...More
Armed with plenty of water (I froze some water bottles last night, yummy cold water in this heat) and salty peanuts, what a glorious day for a hike. There was enough shade and a welcome breeze that kept us fairly cool. The walk was not...More
No water there in summer apparently but a very nice walk if you do want to see a gorge and not walk for hours as for Samaria gorge. We walked for 3 hours (go and return), did not do the whole path but it was...More
I have walked Rouvas Gorge on three occasions. Once when it started to rain we had to return because rocks were falling on us from high above and twice in hot dry conditions. It is a fairly challenging walk and not really suitable for children....More
Probably best not to attempt this gorge walk on such a hot day. I struggled due to the heat. It was slightly disappointing on arrival at the 'top', as there was no view and I then realised the best bit was the journey there. So...More
We went on the walk on a hot day in July from Zaros lake through the Rouvas forest. There was no trouble finding Zaros lake, parking or finding the path. Beware, at this time, the stream and waterfall will be completely dried up. However the...More
The first half of the walk is not too arduous, the views are nice and there are many different plants and flowers to see. Lots of goats too. From the waterfall (a trickle when we went), it is a steep climb and the path ran...More
Three of us hiked the gorge last Friday on a perfectly beautiful day. Spring wildflowers are in full bloom; even the wild Cala lillies are still in full bloom at higher elevations.
The holly forest and Oleander trees are worth the walk by themselves. Be...More