Corinthia is a blessed place, surrounded by mountains and sea, plains and lakes, canyons and scenic paths in nature that attract anyone who wants to get their adrenaline pumping, by doing many kinds of activities.

Among the many choices you have, climbing in mountainous Corinthia is a fact! Every enthusiastic climber will find the right location to get to know the satisfaction of climbing and the thrill of the top, and one of them is the “Frygani” climbing field, in beautiful Kefalari of the mountainous part of Corinthia.

Frygani is an extensive limestone hillside with conglomerate inclusions and is located at the eastern foothills of Mount Ziria at the beginning of the plateau of Lake Stymphalia. It reminds of Meteora very much, but the rock is much stronger and richer in features such as pockets, holes and flops and with the significant difference that here the routes are densely secured.

The environment is idyllic among vines, trees and vivid colors, especially in autumn. It is about 120 km from Athens, via the highway, and it is a great choice for a one-day visit.

It is also an ideal starting point, or even a finishing point, to explore the climbing fields of the Peloponnese. Climbing in the “Frygani” field is ideal any time of day and any time of year.

Orientation: Eastern | Shade ≅ From 15:30 | Rating: From 5a+ to 7b+ | Routes: 38 | Growth: from 16 to 40 meters | Walking: 3 minutes |

Equipment: Rope: 60m (80m including the extensions). Sets: 20m, 12 sets / 30m, 16 sets / 40m, 22 sets

Children: With almost no path and smooth areas under the rocks, the Field of Frygani is one of the most suitable for children and families.

In the idyllic surroundings of mountainous Corinthia, among vineyards, lakes and plateaus, you can combine your favorite activity with local food, plenty of wine, nearby walks at Lakes Stymphalia and Doxa and revitalizing hikes on Mount Killini or Ziria.


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Photos by: Experience Corinthia, Climb Greece, Kefalari Guest House

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