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All reviews final climb small church short hike great walk worth the climb easy hike worth the effort wear good shoes take your time astra suites bring water beautiful church the cliff different perspective flip flops walking shoes views are amazing
We went all the way to the tippy tippy top. There was more fear in the last part of the climb then anything. Wear comfortable clothes and closed shoes and you can surely make it to the top. We went around 930 in the morning...More
Absolutely loved it. Visited it in November so we were the only ones there. Not hard to get there at all. Achievable for a moderately fit person who is able to climb a few flights of stairs. Views are fantastic.
It was a good hiking experience, it was warm the weather still on November 1st as we were hiking to the top of the fortress. The way to the top was sometimes very rough and difficult especially that part where the way was too narrow...More
Well worth a walk if you are near. It is a bit of a climb and can be very hot if you go at the wrong time of day...so take water and aim for late afternoon or early morning. The sound of filming drones from...More
It's not a difficult hike, even though I didn't climb to the top, but my husband did and it was a bit scary. We also went to the little church and it was beautiful. Take the path on the right on the way back, it's...More
The hike to, up and around the Skaros Rock requires a good bit of energy and stamina. In our mid-50s and in moderately decent shape, for us it was tough but rewarding. Just getting onto the Skaros means many steps and a fairly rugged path;...More
Great hike to incredible views. Not for the faint of heart or those scared of heights. To get the best views you have to climb a little bit at the end. Make sure you follow the trail down the back to the hidden church!
They're called cairns. "Cairns are used as trail markers in many parts of the world, in uplands, on moorland, on mountaintops, near waterways and on sea cliffs, as well as in barren deserts and tundra." 😉