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Litochoro - Enipeas - Prionia / Olympus
Name: Litochoro - Enipeas - Prionia / Olympus
Type: Hiking
Location: Central Macedonia
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Summary: The classic path Enipea that starts from and ends at Litochoron Saws and that is part of the international path E4. The recording was made by the saws at Munic.
Access startup: Munic. See instructions navigation
Difficulty: 5/10
Distance: 13,128 thousand
Trackpoints: 717
Max Elevation: 1,087 meters
Lower Αltitude: 286,000 meters

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