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Syblegades Rocks  


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Submitted By: Steven Lucarelli on Jun 22, 2010
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Description 

Syblegades has two paralleling rock faces that create a little canyon in between them. The area tends to be breezy which is nice on warmer days and the west face stays in the shade till about noon. And when the west face starts going into the sun the east face starts going into the shade making it a good all day crag.

Getting There 

From Pothia drive towards Masouri and take a right in Kamari just before the road bends left and starts dropping down towards Myrties. Follow this road about 100m past a hotel and take your next left. Take this road until it gets to steep and loose and park near a house that is still under construction as of 6/2010. Walk up the road and go through a gate on the left following a trail with blue paint spots. When you get to a split in the trail go right and switchback up the hill to the crag. Continuing straight will take you to Ourania, Mystery and Pyramid walls.

Climbing Season



Weather station 12.6 miles from here

14 Total Routes

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