We walked the Imbros Gorge today and very much enjoyed the experience. We started at the Imbros end travelling down towards the village of Komitádhes. It is suggested that you wear a good pair of shoes/boots for the gorge walk as the walking is stony underfoot. It's also a good idea to take a hat, some water and food. Contrary to another review we found the entire gorge perfectly walkable as long as you're not expecting the terrain to be as smooth as a supermarket car park - if you are reasonably fit you will manage.
If you travel down the Gorge towards Komitádhes, you can also go onwards to the town of Hóra Sfakíon which is a further (approx) 4km walking distance from the end of Imbros Gorge. This town is well worth the visit and has the added bonus of return bus travel to Hania (if that is where you started your journey). It's not necessarily safe to trust the published bus times as we found that the last bus left well before the advertised time of 6:30pm.
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