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Table of contents

1. Geyik 19 routes in Area

All Sport
Access Issues: inherited from Geyikbayırı

Access is easy, by car or minibus, via a single paved road and there is no walking for more than 10 minutes.

Ethic: inherited from Geyikbayırı

There are no restrictions aside from respecting the environment as the local government has been very tolerant and we don't want that to change. All bolting is stainless steel and not more than 10 years old. Between 20 to 30 new routes are opened every year and visitors are welcome to contribute to that with local advice.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Anatolian Highway {UIAA} 8- Sport 25m
2 Muskelkater {UIAA} 7- Sport 25m
3 Celik Kalp {UIAA} 7- Sport 19m
4 Chupi {UIAA} 4+ Sport 17m
5 Gizmo {UIAA} 9 Sport 10m
6 Seek and Destroy {UIAA} 9- Sport 30m
7 Powerslave 7b UIAA:9- Sport 25m
8 No Name/Sado Mazo {UIAA} 7 Sport 40m 2
9 Milestone {UIAA} 9+ Sport 48m
10 Babylon

1st pitch 8 bolts, 2nd pitch 11 bolts

5c Sport 2 19
11 Etik, Pratik {UIAA} 5 Sport 27m
12 Kiyir Kiyir {UIAA} 7 Sport 12m
13 Tak Tak Coban {UIAA} 6- Sport 15m
14 Kelebek {UIAA} 7- Sport 12m
15 Aman Aman {UIAA} 6+ Sport 10m
16 Bye Bye George {UIAA} 7+ Sport 21m
17 Overdose {UIAA} 6+ Sport 17m
18 Totos {UIAA} 7- Sport 23m
19 Masallah {UIAA} 8+ Sport 27m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
4+ Chupi Sport 17m
5 Etik, Pratik Sport 27m
6- Tak Tak Coban Sport 15m
5c Babylon Sport 2 19
6+ Aman Aman Sport 10m
Overdose Sport 17m
7- Celik Kalp Sport 19m
Kelebek Sport 12m
Muskelkater Sport 25m
Totos Sport 23m
7 Kiyir Kiyir Sport 12m
No Name/Sado Mazo Sport 40m 2
7+ Bye Bye George Sport 21m
8- Anatolian Highway Sport 25m
8+ Masallah Sport 27m
7b Powerslave Sport 25m
9- Seek and Destroy Sport 30m
9 Gizmo Sport 10m
9+ Milestone Sport 48m