Walking, hiking and climbing on Oiti. Most of the trails on the south side of the mountain begin at Pavliani, Kastriotissa and Pyra. The south side has the most gentle slopes and the paths are less demanding; some are adequately waymarked. The Oiti massif is criss-crossed by a network of trails which are interconnected either at the Trapeza shelter, the summit of Greveno or Pyrgos peak, Oiti’s highest. The most popular routes are the ascent from Pavliani to Katavothra and from Koumaritsi (840 m) to Pavliani. In addition, the E4 European long-distance path skirts the border of Fthiotida.
Cycling and mountain biking.
Horseback riding (www.tetrapolis.gr) & (www.metohi-chalet.gr)
Snowmobile or Ratrak (tracked snow vehicles), horse riding, snowshoeing, etc. at Katafygio-Oiti, at an altitude of 1,240 m (www.katafygio-oiti.gr)
Canyoning at Kremastos waterfall and Kamariotis (www.canyoning.gr)
Picnics at countless spots in the forest or beside Oiti’s rivers and streams
Off-road 4×4 driving along the forest tracks of Oiti and the national park
Winter sports (skiing, snowboarding, etc.) at the Parnassos ski centers (50’ by car)
Scenic drives to 22 picturesque villages scattered around Oiti
Hunting (in the Parnassida special reserve)