Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Pelion, in classical geography, was a lofty mountain-ridge of Thessaly, extending along the sea-coast throughout the whole length of Magnesia from Mount Ossa on the north to the promontories of Sepias and AEantium on the south. It is still covered with vast forests, as it was in the days of Homer. An ancient myth tells how the Titans piled Ossa on Pelion in their endeavour to scale Olympus.