Kalidonia waterfall snow trek in Troodos, Cyprus

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  1. Matt says:

    Wow! That looks amazing. We’re off to Paphos in a couple of weeks and were really looking forward to doing some hiking in the Troodos.

    Your blog has only made us more excited! Hope there’s still some snow around…

  2. Rajaram S says:

    Matt..judging by the amt of snow present on troodos..it should last until the end of March, i guess

  3. Tyler Gresham says:

    Hey, this is funny, looking through your pictures brought back memories. I also played in the snow up there, and hiked to the caladonia falls during the summer…

  4. Savitri says:

    SOOO lovely to see the wonderful pics of you all enjoying the snow.

    We took a trip in our hired $x$ in January to the Troodos area and although it wasn’t as snowy, it was a Winter Wonderland with families having a great time.

    Your treks are really valuable information which we hope to do when we are over next so if you wnat MORE members Geoffrey adn Savitri are willing!

    keep those blogs coming they ar really appreciated and make us feel glad that we have bought a holiday home in Cyprus!

  5. Gina says:

    Sleepless in Seatle – go back to sleep or start travelling outside of the US – your photos may be of the Waterfalls in the US but these sure ARE of the ones in Platres Cyprus. We have just been up there twice in 2 weeks and as the others say it is very beautiful….

  6. Rajaram S says:

    Gina..Guess you got confused 🙂
    Sleepless in Seattle was one of my other posts done when i was in Seattle. I posted a photo of a waterfall in US there and mentioned that “that waterfall” was not the kalidonia one 🙂

  7. Danny says:

    hi Rajaram,

    I will be travelling to cyprus in october this year. I will be with my wife and 18 month old son. We are very exicted about this trip and the places u have written about on ur blog. However with an 18 month old son with us i was wondering if it would be possible for us to visit these waterfalls or the sea caves or the Akamas george or the numerous bridges u mentioned. Both my wife and I are willing to rough it a fair bit but we have to be realistic with a baby in tow.
    I would love to hear ur views or tips that u may have.

  8. I am a 100% snow lover, I always love to visit any place with snow. 🙂
    Thanks for sharing images 🙂

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