Meteora Rocks

You've seen these rocks while flippping though your travel agent's flyer, on flight magazines, as a backdrop of greek yoghurt ads.

This bucolic scenery in Central Greece is mostly known for the handful of monasteries decorating the conglomerate pillar formations.

An UNESCO World Heritage protected site, Meteora has been part of the modern climbing scene in Greece since 1970.

 

Rock Climbing in Meteora is unparalleled. The style and movement will captivate you.

Looking for protrusioning rocks to grab and step on, you will gradually find yourself on the next anchor point.

After a couple of pitches, the endless view to the valley will be rewarding and relaxing,

as Nikos will share stories about the local history and geological phenomena.

The small snack on the top will power you back up and prep you for a safe descent and a relaxing afternoon.

 

Nikos started climbing in Meteora in 1989 and hasn't stopped since!

The magnificent scenery, the strong ethics and the local climbing community are part of his climbing DNA.

Nikos knows the rock pillars like the back of his hand, after repeating old, opening new routes and guiding here year after year.

Are you ready for an experience in the rock forest of Meteora?!

Rock Climbing in Meteora

 

 

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International Federation of Mountain Guide Associations
Verband der Österreichischen Berg- und Schiführer
Tiroler Bergsportführerverband

Nikos Hadjis (Chatzis)

Mountain Guide IFMGA / UIAGM / IVBV

Staat. gepr. Berg- und Skiführer

nikosxa@yahoo.com

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