Lampeia mountains or Mount Lampeia or Lampeio, a name that prevailed as a result of the reflection of the sun sometimes on the snow and sometimes on the bare vegetation peaks of the mountain.
According to Pausanias it was the sacred mountain of Pan and residence of the Centaurs from the neighboring Foloi, while it was called Asterion.
It is a branch of Erymanthos, belongs to the prefecture of Ilia, while many tributaries of Pinios originate from there. Its highest peak, Analipsi, has an elevation of 1,796 m.
At the foothills and slopes of Lampeia mountains are the villages of Lampeia (Divri), Kryovrisi (Dervini), Tsipiana, Astras (Nousa), Orini (Mostenitsa), Amygdali (Barbota), Keresova and Agia Kyriaki (Kertiza).
Visiting the summit offers panoramic views of the mountain peaks of Erymanthos, Helmos, Mainalo, the iliac plain and the Ionian Sea.