Views of the Korinthia from Mt. Oneion

I took these pictures (click to enlarge and zoom) in early March, when my wife and I hiked the eastern ridge of Mt. Oneion in the Korinthia. We went up through the Stanotopi Pass, east of the massive quarry that’s now slowly eating the mountain. That was the easy part. Getting down required following some goat paths and a bit of trial and error.

Looking north across the Isthmus

Looking west toward Acrocorinth 

Looking south. Galataki plain along the Saronic coast. 

Looking east across the Saronic Gulf 

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3 Responses to Views of the Korinthia from Mt. Oneion

  1. Bill Caraher says:

    Dallas,

    Brings back memories!!

    Bill

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