Varasova (Greek: Βαράσοβα) is a mountain range dominating the northern part of Aetolia-Acarnania in western Greece. Its length is approximately 7 km long from northwest to southeast and its width is approximately 2 km wide from southeast to northwest. The Gulf of Patras lies to the south. It is located east of the Evinos river and west of Antirrio. The mountain is surrounded by the GR-5/E55 (Antirrio - Messolongi - Agrinio - Ioannina) and the future Ionia Odos to the northeast. The mountain is one of the steepest in Greece with slopes as steep as 75°. The mountain is heavily deforested, it contains bushes and grass at lower elevations, and a rocky landscape with no vegetation higher than 200 m except for some valleys.
Ano Vasiliki - Megala Spilaia - Koryfi Syri
Kryoneri - Pigadi - Koryfi
In the spot of Verelaika (Βερελάϊκα) facing Koryfi
Today, the mountain is used for paragliding.
The first version of the article is translated from the article at the Greek Wikipedia.
Routes at Varasova
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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