|Looking back over the Amari Valley to Psiloritis|
|Heading towards Kedros|
|Looking west after leaving the dirt road|
At a T-junction by a rocky hillock the path goes off road (still generally westwards) and contours above a shallow valley which soon opens up into the plain. You will end up going round the far end of the western ridge of Kedros which is above you on the left. The bearing from where you leave the road is roughly 285 degrees. The path ends up bending right back on itself after a couple of kilometres as it turns - almost on the ridge top - eastwards again - apparently the wrong way. But this is because the cliffs above Kissos which would be the direct line to Spili are too steep to contemplate with a heavy pack (though T or a colleague must have done it once).
|The cliffs above Kissos - there is supposed to be|
a path down these cliffs through Kissos to Spili