Via cordata
in Meteora


For those who want to climb to the highest peak. In Meteora you can find an amazing 4 hour long hike, with climbing anchors, where our responsible Active Nature instructors will help you climb using security rope which they set up themselves Via cordata, reminds Via Ferrata a lot


The view from the highest point is truly breath-taking. Climbing the Rock of Great Saint, is performed by using equipment along the ancient trail, which was carved on the edge of the rock, with amazing views over Meteora and Kalabaka.  The route was used during the Middle Ages, by monks who used to live in the now deserted monastery of the Twelve Apostles (Dodeka Apostoloi). The Rock of Great Saint, was a fort thousands of years ago.  It’s really worth visiting this place for an experience you won’t forget.

The route combines easy climbing at first, and then a lot of hiking in a horizontal line, traversing a narrow path, carved on the edge of the rock, on the side of Meteora, carved by monks many centuries ago.  

Meeting Point

Memorial Park

During the activity, Via Cordata in Meteora the following are provided:

  • Helmet
  • Security belt
  • Free video and photos, recorded with a GoPro (you will need to bring an at least 8gb USB stick) 
  • Civil Liability Insurance  

All you have to provide is:

  • Hair clips 
  • Non-slip shoes, protecting the ankles as well
  • Comfortable clothes
  • Individual water bottle


The route demands average fitness levels 

Availability - Cost - Activity Hours

  • Every day of the week – all year long
  • 09:30am and 17:00pm
  • Minimum 4 people
  • Maximum 12 people  
  • Cost per person is 60
  • Ages 14+ accompanied by a legal guardian.

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