Hiking & Trekking map of Rhodopes (Rodopi) Mountains Greece - Central part - 1:50.000 , Map Nr. 132 Geopsis Publishing
Hiking map - Map of trails
Size: 23 x 12 cm
Languages: English, Greece
1. Hiking Map of Rhodopes (Rodopi) Mountains, Central part
Central Rodopi Mountain Range Map 1:50.000
a visit to the Pomak villages, walk the tracks of wolves, wild boars
and bears. Also starring: the highest waterfall of the Balkans and seven
beautiful stone bridges. Thrace's highest peak measures 1828m. Hear the
call of the wild!
This is a hiking, biking and MTB, road and
touring map. It contains trails, climbing areas and fields, proposals
for trekking, points and areas of beautiful and protected Nature sites
as well as sightseeing.
- 70x100cm, folded 12x24cm, Scale 1:50.000
- Printed in the waterproof and indestructible material 'POLYART'
- Back side featuring the Achladovouni Mountain Map at 1:30.000
- 9 proposed hiking routes
- Covering Koula, Geraneia, Lepidas, Stamna, Dipotama, Chaintou, Erymanthos, Achladovouni and Pomak Villages
About the Rhodopes Mountains:
The Rhodopes (Bulgarian: Ðîäîïè, Rodopi, usually used with a definite article: Ðîäîïèòå, Rodopite, sometimes also called Ðîäîïà, Rodopa or Ðîäîïà ïëàíèíà, Rodopa planina; Greek: Ροδόπη, Rodopi; Turkish: Rodop) are a mountain range in Southeastern Europe, with over 83% of its area in southern Bulgaria and the remainder in Greece. Its highest peak, Golyam Perelik (2,191 m), is the seventh highest Bulgarian mountain. The region is particularly notable for the Karst areas with their deep river gorges, large caves and specific sculptured forms, such as the Trigrad Gorge.
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