Valia Kalda, Greece

Valia Kalda, in Grevena, is part of the Pindos National Park, one of the most important National Parks in Greece. The area is characterized by dense forests of European black pine and common beech, rocky ridges, several peaks over 2,000 metres, rapid streams and mountain lakes. The park belongs to the Natura 2000 ecological network and is one of the three places in Greece that hosts a population of bears. Valia Calda, which means "Warm valley" in the Vlach dialect, is thus named because it presents important temperature fluctuations during a 24 hour- period, with very high temperatures at day- cloudless and very low tem¬peratures at night.

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