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Ypsiloterafels is the tallest formation in the pic...


Ypsiloterafels is tucked back behind Agios Nikolaos Anapafsas Monastery next to the Teufelstrum (Devils Tower). It contains several high quality multi-pitch routes on its south face in the 5.9-5.10 range and offers great views of the Moni Variaam Monastery from its summit.

Getting There 

To find the approach trail park off the road just past Doupianifels under a wells shaded canopy of trees. Walk up the road and take a left onto a dirt double track. After about 100m or so look for a trail heading right towards Ypsiloterafels. Stay on this trail until it splits and take a right at the split heading uphill. These trails may be a little overgrown but they should still be obvious.

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Carrie following pitch one of Himmelsleiter.

Himmelsleiter 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a  Europe : Greece : ... : Ypsiloterafels
Himmelsleiter is a quality route with a crux first pitch followed by a moderate and easy climbing to the top. Pitch one climbs up and right with varying sections of large cobbles and thin cruxes 4+ bolts (5.10a).Pitch two continues straight up a water trough with large runouts between bolts but cobbles suitable for slinging are numerous 3 bolts, (5.8).The last pitch is easy 5th class up a lower angle slab. 2 bolts lead to a two bolt anchor, (5.6)....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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