Wow! From the ground it didn’t look like much snow but the dusting of white atop Ortholithi was several centimeters deep—and certainly enough to create a piste with an incredible view.
Ortholithi rises over 1,100 meters over the Trizina and its slopes are dotted with mountain farming communities like Traheia, which is known for its creamy cheeses and dense bread. The mountain’s slopes are popular with hikers, but this winter an unusually thick snowfall inspired Christos Mougios and his friends to take to the slopes with their snowboards. And as you can see, they’re shredding it! What more proof do you need that Poros and its environs are a year-round destination?