The Greece Sport Climbing guidebook is produced from the same team and publisher of the Kalymnos guidebook. The guide does not include every single crag in Greece, but a wide selection of what are considered to be the best locations, excluding Kalymnos which has a guidebook of its own.
The focus is mostly on crags with single-pitch sport routes, but some standout multi-pitch and mixed-style adventure routes are also featured.
Features A clear, user-friendly page layout similar to that of the Kalymnos guidebook A concise Crag Planner Hundreds of photo-topos and stunning images Detailed, custom-made maps with approach paths GPS coordinates for all crags Additional helpful crag info (e.g. conditions, rock type, sun/shade, orientation, child-friendliness etc.) Tips on travel, accommodation, amenities, local interests and other activities Suggested itineraries for a one- or two-week rock trip around Greece
Nearly 2000 selected routes in 31 sectors throughout Greece, including: The 'sacred' conglomerate towers of Meteora Almyros, Pyli Little Gorge and Mouzaki, for 'Kalymnos-style' climbing Hardcore sport crags Chatzouri, Alepochori and Kleisoura, in the Patras Area The solid, 917-meter limestone massif of Varasova Outstanding crags in the Peloponnese (Leonidio, Nafplio, Zobolo, Lagada and Nedousa) The Aegean islands of Anafi and Symi Three crags on the famous island of Crete (Voulismeno Aloni, Plakias and Tersanas Cave, also known as the 'new Grande Grotta') Crag highlights in the Athens Area - the only capital with so much quality climbing so close to the city.