The Vikos–Aoös founded in 1973 is a national park
in the region of Epirus in northwestern Greece.
The national park encompasses 126 square kilometres of
mountainous terrain, with numerous rivers, lakes, caves,
deep canyons and dense coniferous and deciduous forest.
The core of the park is the Vikos Gorge, carved by the Voidomatis river,
while the Aoos gorge, mount Tymfi, with its highest peak
Gamila 2,497 metres and a number of traditionally preserved settlements
form the park’s peripheral zone.