Starting at the Troödos square, this 12km trail is relatively easygoing and well marked. Named in honour of forest nymph Atalante, it runs at a lower altitude than the Artemis trail but follows nearly the same route. While the views are not as spectacular as those from the higher trail, it’s still an enjoyable walk.

To get back to the village, take the main Prodromos–Troödos road. Allow around five hours.

There’s a fresh spring with drinking water about 3km from the trail’s beginning.