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Table of contents
Long/Lat: 30.487046, 36.872643
Routes listed from far left to right of the descent. There are many new routes in this area not in the guide.
- Access Issues: inherited from Geyikbayiri
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 Geyikbayiri
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.
Stalaktosaurus First Pitch
Climb the mega stalactite!
|9||3 Happy Tree Friends||7c|
|18||Against All Odds||8a||25m|
|19||Spanish Thanks Giving||7a+||25m|
|31||Heroes Go Left||6c+||16m|
|34||Sheep In The Keep||6b||26m|
|6b||Sheep In The Keep||26m|
|6b+||Stalaktosaurus First Pitch|
|6c+||Heroes Go Left||16m|
|7a+||Spanish Thanks Giving||25m|
|7c||3 Happy Tree Friends|
|8a||Against All Odds||25m|