Make sure you wear suitable footwear - trainers are fine. We walked this in 33 degree heat in thin soled pumps so it was quite taxing. Take water and a snack may be advisable for the half way point. Be prepared for pointy rocks! I don't profess to being a regular hiking type (if I did, I'd have proper foot... 更多
it was described a flat walk by some reviewers. it was a bit more taxing than that. the walk was brilliant but be aware the path is mainly large stones and loose stones so take care as it would be easy to turn an ankle. had coffee at the top of the walk where we parked our car the old... 更多
Beautifull nature!!! The walk takes around 8 KM and it goes down so it's no problem for people who don't walk often. The view at the end is amazing!
Yes well worth the effort - great road from the national highway - get to the top of the Gorge and a nice relatively gentle walk for 8 or so km. stoney but O K not that steep and great views. But, and is there not always a but, watch what taxi you take back to the Taverna at the... 更多
We could not do Samria as it was closed when we arrived at Easter break, so we went for Imbros instead. It is fairly easy walk for people with average fitness levels. Pack a small picnic and you could do it within 3 hours! Gorgeous views guaranteed at every turn. http://julie-kanvinde10.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/paradise-found-mountains-sea-and-little.html
I was planning on visiting Samaria Gorge but I found out it didn't open until May 1, so I took this hike instead. A nice hike of 5 to 6 miles, not to difficult with some narrow cuts through the rock walls. It's all down hill. Unless you choose to walk back up you need to get a ride back... 更多
This gorge is not as popular as Samaria, which is its advantage! You can walk peacefully, as it was never crowded when we hiked it (2 times). If you have the opportunity to hike Imbros Gorge: do it! You won't regret it!