Why does Hidden Passage have Greek names?
The Hidden Passage topography is dramatic, with a grandeur reminiscent of the Acropolis. It is surrounded by steep mountain walls that create a sense of protection and safety ascribed by the Parthenon. Upon arrival at Hidden Passage, many feel an internal calming, the breath softening; this is peaceful, this is quiet strength. For these reasons, names at Hidden Passage are taken from Ancient Greece.
At the north end of the canyon island, just behind Zeus is a rapidly rising trail called Olympus. This trail will quickly take you to a prominent mountain outcropping where you can take in the grandeur of this ancient topographic fortress.
Each Ancient Greek name at Hidden Passage was selected with intention . . . .