Glaros, another stunner on Telendos with striking rock, is on an exposed north-facing natural terrace featuring smooth holds, a linear pattern of ledges, and some harder-grade climbing gems.
A small balcony suspended high above the sea, and impressive unusual rock with horizontal ledges.
On the left, a smooth grey wall with easier routes but unique features for the grade (as in slopers and down-facing holds). In the middle, slightly overhanging climbing on solid white tufa pipes. And on the right, a smooth 45-degree overhang with white, orange, and black stripes. Holds are huge—but, at that angle, how long can you really hang on for?
Cool and shady all day. Not good on humid days with no wind or after rainfall.
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Until 17:00 at far left, all day everywhere else.
No. Exposed and dangerous terrain.