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Climbs 65
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 88m a.s.l
Faces E

Crag features

One side of a deep canyon, routes up to 100m high, good rock, well bolted, short approach.

A few sectors of single pitch routes and some multi-pitch routes on the impressive red walls of 'Bigwall'.

All the routes come into the shade from around midday onwards.

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Approach notes

Park on the right (two cars) at the entrance on the canyon, or a little further on at the chapel.

If approaching from the north - come over the col of Didyma and descend for several kms until a few hundred metres short of the village of Fourni. Turn left and after a couple of hundred metres take the right fork, signposted Katafiki. Follow this dirt road (fairly smooth) for several kms passing a church with lots of outside seating and a board showing the walks and mountain bike routes in the area. There are several concrete sections between the dirt. The road descends and eventually reaches a parking area just short of a crossing of a dried up river bed.

Walk down the gorge in around 10 mins. Very pleasent, the path is marked with red circles. You cross a bridge by a pumping station and arrive at the chapel (GPS: 37.41869N, 23.21487E).

The main red walls are obvious. Keep walking down the track for a few hundred metres to arrive at sector Welcome, where the names are painted clearly at the foot of the routes.

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