Via Ferrata in the biggest waterfall of the Cyclades

Summary

Starting from the church of Ag. Ioannis, we walk to the first section of the route by meeting the river of Palaiopolis and after crossing it with the help of a fixed rope, we find the first section of 10 meters of Via Ferrata where we continue with top rope. Then we traverse left and with the help of fixed rope that we will meet, we cross the river again and follow the 3 steps leading to the bottom of the impressive waterfall. From there we come across the stairs of the 2nd branch left of the waterfall and we secure with a rope from above to the exit of the sector.We continue to the right of the exit following a two-step passage through a staircase and we reach the large plateau between the two waterfalls of Paleopolis. Afterwards, we walk to the base of the upper waterfall and to the left we meet the stairs of the third and last section 60 meters again secured with a rope above. Lastly, we are rappelling down the 3 rocks.

Tour info

Duration
4 hours
Group Size
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Meeting Point
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Why take this tour?

Explore Palaipolis Waterfall in a different way. Live a unique experience on a protected climbing path. Open to people of all levels, anybody can enjoy this activity. So whether you are a beginner with little to no experience, or a via ferrata enthusiast, you can have an amazing experience. All you need to participate on this trip is a lot of energy and to be in good physical condition. Elevate your adventure!

What’s included?

  • Special Climbing Equipment

  • Bottled water

  • Snacks

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Before you book

  • Duration: 4h

  • Mobile tickets accepted

Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

About operator:

Explore Andros was founded by a union of local destination experts, businessmen, and visionaries striving to unveil the beauty of this exceptional island to the rest of the world.

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