Climbs 26
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 408m a.s.l
Faces NE

Iris 6a+, E.T. Kalymnos © David Campbell

Crag features

Sector E.T. is located in the fertile valley of Vathy near the village of Metochi. The name of the crag came naturally; viewed from a distance, the cliff forms a giant face that resembles E.T. The original routes are mostly smooth slabs or clean cut walls with lots of pockets. 

Development began on Sector Koukouvas,the big wall 500 metres away to the left, in 2012. A vague cairned track leads left from near the gate about 100 metres below the original ET buttress. This sector is north facing and shady all day.

The cave to the right of the main sector has also been equipped by Neil Gresham and features steep climbing on tufas and pockets.

Approach notes

Walking Time: 20mins

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Guidebooks

Kalymnos

Kalymnos has been added to the Rockfax App with full coverage of the whole island, updated with all but the very latest new routes.
More info
More Guidebooks:
Kalymnos (2015)

Out of print:
Kalymnos (2010)
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Koukouvas
2 Zupp Le Pinguoin 6c *** 6
3 Balla Linda 7b+ *** 1
4 Ouh Punaise 6b+ ** 2
5 Sylvie 6c **  
6 Jako 6c *** 16
7 Manu 7a ** 11
8 Et Defi Fit 6c *** 14
9 Titi 6b+ *** 15
10 Paty Fifty 6b+ ** 13
11 Lin des Cent 6b+ *** 19
12 Le Defi a Lisou 6a *** 23
  E.T. (Meltochi Pyramid)
14 Daisy 6b *** 24
15 Anenome 6b+ *** 9
16 Iris 6a+ *** 24
17 Orchid 6b *** 14
18 Ibiscus 6b+ *** 4
19 Poppy 7b *** 6
20 Rose 6b *** 18
21 Lily 6b ** 7
22 Snowdrop 6a+ *** 21
23 Silver Bells 6b ** 3
  E.T. Cave
25 Megolamania 7b+ ** 1
26 Rebellion 8b ***  
27 Uprising 8a+ ***  
28 Tyrant 8a+ ***  
29 Dura Mater 8a+ ***  

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