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Bantovas

  • Grade context: FR
  • Ascents: 3
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FR

Seasonality

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Access issues inherited from Meteora

Generally, rock formations with inhabited monasteries should not be climbed. Preserve all other historical remains.

Ethic inherited from Meteora

Traditionally, Meteora was in great parts explored by climbers with background from Sächsische Schweiz, translating to ringbolts, leadbolting and runouts. However, there is also some mainstream sport climbing to be found.

Routes

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Grade Route
1 5c
2 5c+
3 4c
4 5a
5 5b
6 6b
1 2 60m
2 1 40m
3 2 25m
4 1 30m
5 6+ 25m
6 5- 40m
7 1 25m
8 2 25m

P1: Follow the water groove, belay from the bush. No bolts. P2: Easy leftward traverse, no bolts. P2: Up towards the left corner of the cave. No bolts, you can sling the tree. P4: Walk to the other side of the cave, there's one anchor inside the cave and one outside and a bit higher. It's better to use the latter for better communication in the next pitch. P5: Well bolted slab/ arete climb. 10 bolts. P6: Straight up the slab, 2 bolts. P7: Easy slab, no bolts. P8: Slightly leftwards, one bolt on the exit, belay from tree. Can be easily linked with P7.

Rappel through Schweizerkas (Swiss Cheese), 2 rappels, roughly 45/60m.

FA: Udo Dalgger & S. Welppert, 1984

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