The exact terminology of the word “Canyoning” in Greek is traversing canyons and includes other sports like swimming, hiking and climbing. On the eastern side of Pelion there are five canyons. Those are the following: canyon of Mylopotamos, canyon of Fakistras , canyon of Ntamouchari and further north the Great Galanorema and the canyon Kalokairino with a waterfall 160 meters high.
Kakorema A' and B'
Canyon ''Kakorema'' has two routes. The canyon is near the village of Kokkotoi in western Magnesia. The two routes are Kakorema A and Kakorema B. The first one has 17 technical descents, waterfalls with water all year round, with little difficulty during descent of about 3 hours.
Kakorema B 'or Kakorema of Almyros is an easy canyon with seven descents, caves and narrow places.
Canyon of Mavromatis
Located in western Magnesia south of the Vrynaina village and west of Agios Ioannis village, has a small difficulty with rapel and slides. Descent duration 3-4 hours.
Canyon of Nerospilia
Located near the Kokkotoi village, with 13 technical descents and contiguous rapel. Descent duration 3 hours. Also in Nerospilia you will find the biggest horizontal cave in Greece with 1.400 meters in length.
Canyon Tsinganorema A 'and B'
The canyon is divided in two parts A 'and B'. The first one has tight spots, waterfalls and slides, while part B' is more difficult on the descent.
Calypso Canyon - Kokkino Nero
Canyon ''Calypso'' is an amazing gorge, one of the most beautiful in Greece, with deep clear lakes on the eastern slopes of Mount Kissavos overlooking the Aegean Sea. Located just above the village of Kokkino Nero on the coast of the prefecture of Larissa with easy access.