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Description

Two new sport climbing crags have been developed near the village of Agios Petros (850 m elevation) in Arcadia, Peloponnese, Greece.

Agios Petros is a mountain village built on a green slope at the north side of Mount Parnon at 950 m elevation. It has been declared a traditional settlement and its earliest historical mentions are around 1435.

During the 18th century the village was booming due to trade with a population that reached 4000. In its streets the visitor can see many stone-built manor houses and its big square is known for its church of Peter and Paul as well as the tradiional taverns, coffee houses and shops with traditional products and sweets.

The village is surrounded by forests of pine, chestnut, cedar, walnut and plane trees as well as small rivers, waterfalls and bridges that form a wonderful landscape. The larger area is home to various species of protected flaura and fauna and the cedar tree Juniperus Drupacea that surrounds the Malevi Monastery only grows on this spot in all of Europe.

The place reveals itself slowly to the visitors and offers a number of activities for every taste.

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Agios Petros

History

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bolting 2017-2019

Areas

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Zonaga crag
39
137
17m
1
Kakavo crag
29
64
23m
2

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