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Elevation: 766 ft
GPS: 44.30428, 15.47354
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Shared By: Gabe O'Leary on Jun 27, 2019
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This wall is shaded in the morning and becomes sunny later in the day. It is a bit more of an approach that the walls down on the valley bottom but is worth it for at least one route (Zues 6b). There are a few other routes with what look to be homemade bolts and at least one of them has a dangerous start (route to the right of Zues).

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There is a sign by a bridge on the right side of the main path with mention the area and one of the routes (Zues 6b). Follow this sign across the bridge, head left and then up a lose rock cone on the right. Follow this trail up a few hundred feet (of elevation gain). It involves some scrambling so shoes are recommended. You will pass a large arch with several overhanging routes on the right (Hram) shortly before the Olimp wall. The wall is obvious, it is a clean wall with what look like lightning bolt cracks all over it.

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