Sikati Cave Mostly sport climbing38 routes in crag
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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 a bit “out of this world” with enormously long routes up the walls, and ‘trade-mark’ Kalymnian 3D climbing.
Ethic inherited from Kalymnos
Full bolted sport climbing with a documented bolting standard.
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