Find out if a trail is open or not by visiting our blog.

Don’t set off without a copy of Skopelos Trails – available by mail order or locally at the kiosk, old port, Juices & Books and the stationery shop in post office lane Skopelos town, next to Vodafone. In Glossa at the kiosk under the school – The T trails are not featured in my book as I wasn’t involved with their creation. 

and /or the Terrain map – where you’ll find all of my trails (which are marked with small round yellow signs with a bootprint across them). Fifteen routes have been highlighted in pink for you to follow. Please note that until the funded Project is completed, some of these highlighted trails are not yet open; namely – No.6 Tzilalis junction to Krya Vrissi spring (in the valley) no.9 the north part of Delfi and no.12 Gourouni lighthouse Kavos side.


by Erik

For a shorter hike, you could drive to a place and walk. All are linear. I suggest: The Brookside Katakalou, Loutraki (880m return), The Chickpea Trail/Revythi (2km return) Park at the municipal refuse, The Mill on the Hill, Loutsa (3km return) park opposite The Skopelos Experience and Pera Karia (648m) look for narrow, cement lane on the EU road Tzilali to Karya and park .