Kryoneri (Greek: Κρυονέρι meaning "cold water", before 1927: Στούγκο - Stougko) is a mountain village and community in the municipal unit of Nevropoli Agrafon, Karditsa regional unit, Greece. In 2001 Kryoneri had a population of 692 for the village and 818 for the community, which includes the village Koutsodimos. Kryoneri is situated in the mountains northwest of Lake Plastiras, at about 880 m elevation. It is 11 km south of Mouzaki and 21 km west of the city of Karditsa. Its residents are based in agriculture.
The village was originally founded in the valley southeast of its present location. It was relocated to its present, safer location during the Ottoman rule of Greece. The new village was named Stougko. As a result of the 1525 treaty of Tamasi, the Agrafa area was de facto independent; the name "Agrafa" means "unwritten", the area was not recorded by the Ottomans.