Mount Mavrovouni lies between Mount Ossa (Kissavos) and Pelion across an area of 390,000 square kilometers. Mount Othrys (1,760 meters) lies in the southwest part of Magnesia separating it from Fthiotida. It is distinguished for its abrupt ravines, and is1,300 meters in height with Gerakovouni (1,726 meters) being the tallest point in all of Magnesia. The gorges, gullies, mineral spring water and caves offer a paradise of discovery and hiking. Mount Goura across 7000 hectares is an area with steep ravines in the western part of Mount Othrys where stock-breeding, pasture lands and open forests abound, but so does hunting.