/ Santorini topos?
The dearth of information reflects the dearth of climbing. Santorini is a pile of crumbling ash.
> The dearth of information reflects the dearth of climbing. Santorini is a pile of crumbling ash.
Yeah but its a pretty pile of crumbling ash though Jim and canny romantic for getting wed if you're that way inclined ;)
Certainly an attractive place in itīs way and walking anywhere keeps you fit! The quickest place to go climbing is around Athens and on Crete, to get a ferry to Kalymnos is going to be challenging for a short trip.
tspoon1981: Actually we open recently more than 100 sport routes in Santorini. Please email me to send you a topo.
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