The unknown side of Crete.
Narrow mountain roads, snow-covered valleys and kilometre-high peaks: Although a familiar image in the Alps and other European mountain regions, it is a surprising sight on the Greek Mediterranean island of Crete. In addition to beautiful beaches, scented olive groves and antique archaeological sites, the island also boasts largely undiscovered winter attractions. A chain of mountains rises high above the picturesque coast, among them the peaks of the Lefka Ori mountains. At a height of 2,452 metres, the snow remains until early spring. Five employees from the outdoor brand DYNAFIT set out on an adventure to discover this largely unknown world.
The winter athletes travel around 50 kilometres, ascend to 4,000 metres, overcome icy roads and steep inclines. Long descents on corn snow await the winter athletes at the end of their journey. Their loyal companion: the V-Class.