The Enipeas canyon, the largest of mount Olympus, combines imposing rocks with spring tides and woods.
The Enipeas riverbed carries abundant water throughout the year. According to the ancient Greeks, the Pimpleids muses use to live in its bed and on its woody sides. They were named after the town of Pimpleia, which the archaeologists situate at the beginning of the gorge.
The mouth of stream Xerolaki, whose length is 15 km, is considered to be the biggest one on Olympus. It goes from the peaks of Flampouro and Christaki ending up to river Itamos (Agioneri).