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Olympus Spilios Agapitos Refuge
Greece

"Refuge A" or Spilios Agapitos on the Olympus mountain is located at an altitude of 2100 meters some 3 hours walk from Prionia Location at 1100 meters. The refuge is part of the internanional trail E4. One needs another 3 hous walk from the refuge in order to reach Mytikas, the top of mount Olympus at 2918 meters

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