One of the towers in the ‘west group’ located north of Doupiani, this cliff has fairly good rock quality and it truly does resemble a gigantic bell.
From Kastraki, head northeast towards the monasteries. After Doupiani tower, turn left onto a concrete road which goes uphill, then becomes a dirt road. Park 850m past the turn (39.728388, 21.618742). The Bell is just visible about 200m to the southeast; walk along the path through a field. Walking time: 10 min.
Return: Rappel twice down ‘Pathfinder’: 1 x 50m and 1 x 40m.
Getting to Meteora: Located in Central Greece, Meteora is 357km northwest of Athens. From the Athens International Airport, take the Attiki Odos motorway in the direction towards Elefsina. Exit at No 8 (Greek Motorway A1/European Route E75) in the direction of Lamia. After approx. 215km, you will come to the outskirts of Lamia. Exit at E65 and drive towards Karditsa/Trikala. When you get to Karditsa (approx. 90km) follow the ring road, which bypasses the city center, towards Trikala. When you get to Trikala (approx. 28km), follow the ring road, again towards Kalabaka and Meteora. When you get to Kalabaka (approx. 26km), continue towards Kastraki (2km), the village built in the shadow of the Meteora towers. The main road through Kastraki is the same one leading to the rock towers.