The view is dominated not only by the verdant mountains, but also by the streams and rivers running between them. Apart from trekking, a canyoning experience along the Neda also includes swimming, as well as entering the cave where the river is swallowed by the mountain. It is quite telling that, in Antiquity, this passage was believed to be one of the portals to Hades, the Ancient Greek underworld. However ominous or difficult this might sound, the views along the trek, including impressive waterfalls and crystalline ponds, are bound to satisfy even the most demanding of visitors.
Alfeios offers an entirely different experience, as it is considered ideal for whitewater rafting, the closest one can get to actually swimming in its ice-cold waters. Rafters are taken on a breath-taking journey along the river, during which, apart from the natural wealth, they can admire the highly crafted stone bridges looming over the most dangerous mountain passages. The small waterfall is high enough to cause an adrenaline rush and, for those who prefer to watch, the colourful boats passing under Koukos Bridge are a certainly a sight to behold.