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Meteora Rock Climbing

Meteora is located right in the heart of Greece, with its mystical and mythical rock formations proving alluring to many visitors each year. Rock climbing around here is a truly special experience.

Meteora is a spectacular rock formation in Central Greece, with its pillars shooting up in to the sky above the tranquil Greek countryside, looming large over the lush green vegetation and creating a striking scene. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Listed site. Rock climbing around Meteora is a memorable experience, with absolutely jaw-dropping and breath-taking views on every climb. Take a pick from our selection of rock climbing trips in Meteora, and prepare to be wowed!    
 
 
 
 
 

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What people are saying about these trips

Robert Kostack

5.00

October, 2021

1+ day Rock climbing in Meteora, Greece

The climbing tour was a very nice experience. We discussed beforehand what difficulty we wanted to climb and our expectations were met. The guide is very professional and we were even picked up directly from the hotel.


 

There are many reasons for choosing Rock Climbing in Meteora

Not only is Meteora unique for the odd shape of its pillars and rock formations, but perched upon each one of these is a monastery. There are 6 in total, with nobody quite knowing how or why they were established there. There were previously many more in the area, and this historical quirk has led to many people visiting to catch a glimpse of their strange locations.

 

Good to know:

Country Code

+30

Currency

Euro

Language

Greek

Best time to visit

April-October, when the weather is warmest and conditions driest

How to get there

Fly to either Athens or Thessaloniki, and then either train, bus or car from there

Weather

Warm Summer, with temperatures averaging 24-27 degrees celsius, and relatively cool Winters, with temperatures averaging 8-10 degrees celsius

More info about Rock Climbing in Meteora:

Some of the rock climbing can be difficult, so being in good physical shape beforehand will be beneficial to your enjoyment of the activity. The way of life in the Greek countryside retains many historic customs, traditions and cultures, and is much slower-paced than city life. Try and learn and understand a bit more about these cultures whilst visiting

 

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