Prousos-Kallithea Road

Driving the paved road from Prousos to Kallithea in central Greece

The road from Prousos to Kallithea, in the Evrytania regional unit of Central Greece, is a dangerous curvy drive through the mountains.

Set high in the Prousos mountain, the road is totally paved but narrow and extremely curvy. Unprotected by guardrails and facing dangerous drop offs, if you're afraid of heights, it's probably best to take another road. The road is very steep, hitting a 16% of maximum gradient through some of the ramps.

The road is 27.8 km (17.27 miles) long running north-south from Prousos to Kallithea. It tops out at 1.458m (4,783ft) above the sea level. It’s typically open all year round but snow is not uncommon.

 

 

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