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Description

Sikati Cave is a wild, massive hole in the ground which looks like it’s been created by a giant meteorite impact. Climbers call it Sikati, but the locals call it Alatsia. Sikati is an enormous cave with no roof, a diameter of 50-60m, and a depth of 70m at parts. Its surrounding walls are full of tufas and stalactites. Inside Sikati Cave the steep, overhanging limestone is “out of this world” with enormously long routes up the walls, and ‘trade-mark’ Kalymnian 3D climbing.

Ethic inherited from Kalymnos

Fully bolted sport climbing with a documented bolting standard.

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Not clear on what this is. No mention in 2010 or 2015 guidebook

Not clear on what this is. No mention in 2010 or 2015 guidebook

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