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Climbs 101
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 91m a.s.l
Faces SW

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Fred warming up on Tufa Slab, 5b+, Arginonta, Fire Wall, Kalymnos. © Dave Toseland

Crag features

A series of red and grey rock faces which form a long strip overlooking the quiet, pretty village of Arginonta. The short approach and plenty of good routes in the Orange and Red grade bands means that it has become one of the most popular sectors in Kalymnos and many of the routes are becoming polished.

Approach notes

Park opposite the crag at an 'occasional' cantina and use the iron rungs to access the old track. Loop right then back left to reach the crag.

Walking Time: 5mins

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Guidebooks

Kalymnos

The latetst Rockfax print guidebook gives full coverage of the whole island. It is availabkle direct from the Rockfax web site. Also through the Rockfax app.
More info
More Guidebooks:
Kalymnos (2015)

Out of print:
Kalymnos (2010)
Kalymnos (2006)
Sector Piccalia is in a completely different place (at the very righthand end of Arginonta Skyline ... approx. one hour walk away). It is not very special.
tjekel - 18/Jun/14
The 2010 guidebook spells this, Arginonta.
paulerussell - 02/Nov/13
Arginonda and Katherina are the same cliff, the original name, Katherins is used here.
Chris Craggs - 23/Oct/13
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