Altitude 886m a.s.l
An impressive crag with great rock and good lines. Most of the routes are relatively over hanging with scattered tufa columns, crimps and pockets. 20-30m routes, well bolted with names at the base of most routes. Very sunny, south face at 900m altitude. Best time to visit October - March.
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Coordinates for parking. 39.120272, 22.5616981
From Almyros follow the road to Anvra. After approx 26 K (use coordinates) and a few hundred metres after you pass an old quarry on the left, take a right turn off a hairpin down a smooth track. After 300m pass a large animal shed on your left and park in the clearing at the end of the track. From here head south descending through a short section of trees & passing an animal pen on your right to a track. Follow the track down hill for 5 minutes or so looking out for a small path heading off right which is marked with a blue arrow. Follow this slightly uphill (occasional blue splodges) for a few minutes. You should soon see a red heart on some rocks ahead marking the location of a some rungs. Climb up the rungs & over a small rock bluff onto a plateau leading to the crag base.
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