The ranger station or fire lookout station is at the orange arrow, just a bit short of the peak. I operated from right next to that station and as far as I could tell nothing was higher. In any event, according to topo maps, I was in the activation zone.
Although it was the weekend, several Forestry Department workers were there and came over to see what I was doing. I did my best to explain, but my Greek isn’t great. Eventually I remembered that I had a handout on ham radio prepared by the Cyprus Amateur Radio Society in my backpack, one copy in Greek and one in English, so I showed them the Greek one and there were nods all around. “Ah, a hobby. Okay!”
They did not mind me operating up there after I assured them that my low power HF equipment would not interfere with the their VHF communication system. Of course, with people watching, putting up the antenna went a lot less smoothly than usual, but eventually I got it up. The trees up there are pretty short, so a mast of some sort is recommended.
They got quite a kick out of seeing me operate a few stations on CW, each time calling out the country worked. I was a hot day and I felt like I had taken them away from their jobs long enough, so I didn’t try to maximize contacts, but packed up after a run on 20m and headed to the next peak.