Atalanti Nature Trail took its name after the mythological runner and trainee of the goddess Artemis. Brave and uncompromising, unwed woman who lived based on the values of Artemis. The route begins and end at the Troodos square. The outdoor shed of the starting point is located on the northwest of the Square behind the old post office building. If you reach Troodos in a vehicle there is a parking space available ta the Square.
The course of the route is not characterised by the high level of hiking difficulty. However, you must be especially prudent as you traverse as there are bulky rocks. The specific Trail is harmonised ideally with the Artemis Nature trail as of mutual level hiking routes. Both rotate around the Chionistra, however Atalanti Trail is of ground and altitude at a lower level. Its circular course is trekked amongst a cluster of thick black pine trees, additionally on your exploration you will come across Juniper trees, 800 years old. While you walk it is important to note the signs which provide important information about the rare protected species of flora and unique rock formation of the Opholite complex of the mountain range.