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Mountain Olympus - Muses plateau (alt. 2648 m) - Greece
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After 6 hours of walking we reached "Christos Kakalos" refuge (alt. 2648 m). We felt an amazing feeling reaching the top of the cliff. Temperature was about 8 C in the middle of the summer, when at Litochoro city was about 35 C. We felt a strange feeling as everywhere around campers had set up their tents to spend their evening.

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