Climbs 42
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 167m a.s.l
Faces S

palace, kalymnos © marina john

Crag features

Three small cliffs with some decent routes and great photographic potential. That picture you always see of people climbing or abing through an arch - it's here. Never very busy.

Approach notes

Take the 'new' road that runs over the mountains to Palionisos and park by the first bih righ-hand bend. Just above here a track runs leftwards to the cliff. Close any goat-gates.

Walking Time: 5-10mins

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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)
Kalymnos (2006)
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Thalassa
2 Zestama 5a 3
3 Perdica 6a+ 2
4 Hi Goat 6c *  
5 Thalassa 6c+ *** 1
6 Old Men 6b+ ** 3
7 Aroma 7a ** 1
8 Dysi 6a *** 14
9 Anatoli 6a ** 5
10 Aramis 6c+ ** 4
11 Anemos 5c *** 14
12 Universum 7b+ **  
  Baby House
14 Kartoffelacrep 5b * 7
15 Lampen Laden 6a * 14
16 Leda 7a *** 11
17 Saia 6b+ *** 24
18 Zocchi 7a+ *** 2
19 Ifaistos 7a ** 2
20 Totta 7a+ *** 4
21 Martina 7b+ *** 5
22 Silvia (Melis) 6b * 3
23 Hello Baby YOYO 5c *** 47
24 Misplaced Childhood 6c *** 5
25 Gickelhahn 7a *  
26 Stine 6c *  
27 Hilde 7a+ * 1
28 Frieda 6a ** 14
29 Estia 6a *** 20
30 Dimitra 6b *** 13
31 Hermes 7a * 1
32 Pikata 5c ** 25
33 Phermos 6a+ ** 11
34 Andrea 6a 3
35 Axel 6a+ 2
  Palace
37 Thermos 4c * 32
38 Room 13 7b * 1
39 The Roof is on Fire 7a+ * 7
40 Ballroom 5c ** 45
41 Mia's Place 6a+ *** 39
42 King Suite 7a+ ** 5
43 Balcony 6c *** 10
44 Graue Hirsche 5a ** 16
45 Green Boys 6b  

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