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1. ΑΕΡΑΚΙ V+|V 5c+|5b 7|7 15|15 1

Suitable for multipitch training for beginners

L1: Long moves in jugs.

L2: Good hand and foot holds.

2. ΙΕΡΟ ΧΩΜΑ VI- 5c+ 11 20 1

Unusual climbing in slabby footholds.

by D.Titopoulos and P.Livanos

3. ΣΚΟΥΛΟΥΜΟΥΝΤΡΙΑ VI 6a 11 20 2

Starts with grey corner and continues with sustained climbing to the top.

by D.Titopoulos

4. ΞΕΠΕΤΑ VI- 5c+ 6 10 1

Sustained climbing in a short wall. Xepeta means quick

by D.Titopoulos

5. ΤΕΡΕΣ V+ 5c 10 18 1

Two slabs. The first looks fragile but it is not, the second is much more beautiful.

by D.Titopoulos and G.Rekkas

6. ΚΟΥΡΑΣΜΕΝΟΣ V+ 5c 9 18 1

Starts with a nice corner with big holds. After the ledge, pass the slab from the right to avoid loose rock.

by D.Titopoulos and P.Livanos

7. TZA V 5b 10 15 1

Named after a fantastic dog. Two slabs, each with a different color.

by D.Titopoulos and G.Delakovias

8. ΠΑΙΔΙΚΗ IV 4b 12 15 1

Low angle wall with big holds. Suitable for children

by D.Titopoulos and G.Delakovias

9. ΠΑΡΟΛΙΓΟ VII- 6b 17 35 1

Starts in easy ramp leading to a slab with crimps with a final pass from the left.

by D.Titopoulos,D.Tsitsikas,G.Koukis and P.Livanos

10. ΧΟΡΤΑΣΤΙΚΗ VII 6b+ 17 35 2

Starts with slab followed by a fingery crux between the 7th and 8th bolt and conitnues to a buldge, a ledge and an open corner. Long climb!

by D.Titopoulos,D.Tsitsikas and G.Delakovias

11. ΕΝΤΑΣΗ VIII+ 7a+ 16 28 2

ENTASH=intensity. An intensive climb with slopers and small holes with a crux at the end.

by D.Titopoulos,D.Tsitsikas and G.Koukis

12. ΚΑΛΙΓΟΥΛΑΣ VIII+ 7a+ 14 28 3

Starts in a slab with slopers continuing on a juggy buldge.Above the ledge becomes harder on small pockets and sloppers up to the top.

by D.Titopoulos and D.Klaoudatou

13. ΑΝΤΙΔΟΤΟ VIII+ 7a 14 25 3

Fantastic climbing on small holds and big holes with a crux at the top

by D.Titopoulos and D.Klaoudatou

14. TI KANEIS VIII+ 7b 15 35 3

Start between Antidoto and the big tufa than go up right to the top of the wall via the overhang with good holds except a short section and the last move on crack.

by Claude and Christine Remy