Well, climbing in the area is suitable throughout most of the year. Definitely, the most pleasant and suitable seasons are spring and autumn when temperatures are usually moderate and the sun is not so hot. But of course, winter can have surprisingly warm days allowing you to enjoy climbing, and in summer there are sectors which are shaded during many hours.
Yes, there is the official guidebook which can be found in several eshops and locally at specific shops in the area ( see relevant link on our website under menu category “Climbing Guidebook”
Yes, someone can rent or buy climbing equipment here. You can take a glance on our website in the menu subcategory “Local Businesses” under the menu category “Area Info”
This is a nice question. Well, for sure, whatever your heart desires; hiking, cycling, swimming, running, mountain running, fishing, sailing, ski touring, ski in winter, canyoning, and many more! Sorry guys for our enthusiasm but we love the place!
Search and you will find. There are a lot of small villages each one with its own unique character, things to see, taverns, kafeneia (traditional coffee shops) and lots of nature to explore. Enjoy 🙂
This is a really frequently asked question and we happily inform you that you have many options as far as accommodation regards! Do refer to our website’s menu under category “Accommodation”
Driving with your own vehicle is pretty straight forward following a map or a GPS application. And yes, there is a bus that brings you here from Athens. For more details check our website’s menu subcategory “How to Reach” under the menu category “Area Info”
That, of course, depends on the routes you choose to climb. It is good to have an 80 meters rope for the sport routes and two of 60 meters ropes for the multipitch routes. For sure, there are many routes for which an 60 meters rope is perfect.
Drilling as you know is not so simple. If you are familiar with the procedure, then you can indeed take a drill, 10 plaquettes and make a route. However, Manikia Project follows a protocol regarding new routes. Thus, please check our website’s menu category “Climbing” under the section “Routes Setting Protocol” for more details.