|Elevation:||around 600 to 1,100 m|
|Area:||around 100 km²|
|Location:|| east of Ovrya,|
south of the Panachaiko
|Length:|| approx. 10 km, north to south|
approx. from 10 to 15 km from east to west
It is bounded by the Glafkos river to the North, with the exception of the area of Achaia Clauss. Farmlands, including groves and pastures, lie to the West. A small creek rises in the West, and flows south-east of Omplos, though with little water during dry months. The creek flows down to the valley, into the centre of Ovrya, flows through the middle of the main road linking Ovrya and Paralia, finally emptying into the Gulf of Patras near the factory. Two rocky ledges and another range mountains lie to the south of Omplos, and further mountains lie to the south-east.
The Omplos Monastery is in the eastern part of the range. It is nine kilometres from the Patras–Saravali Road, which links with the Patras–Clauss Road, and is fifteen kilometres south-east of Patras.
The neighboring mountain range is the Panachaicus; there are others to the East, to the North-East, and to the South. There are plains and low-lying areas to the West.
Much of the mountain range is in Messatida; the boundary with Patras is the Glafkos river.
Views on a clear day include the panorama of hills in the south-western, western, and parts of central Achaia, the Erymanthus to the South, Scollis and Movri to the West, parts of the northern Ilia, and especially southern Aitolia-Acarnania and south-central Ionian.