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CHANIA Hiking, climbing, biking, caving

Published on March 11, 2018 by myhousetorent

A good pair shoes, a hat and a bottle of water is all you need to discover Crete!

From mythical holy minoan caves to high up mountains (2.400 meters)  and then right in one of 50 deep gorges to the sea,Crete has it all right on your footstep!

To inquire: myhousetorent@gmail.com

Guided  excursions to  Aradena and Imbros Gorges, day trip.

With a personal guide (for minimum 3 persons group)

150€ /person
The price includes a qualified guide, walking sticks, room and full board, return transportation from CHANIA.

 

 

 

 

Hiking in Crete

Near CHANIA we offer many breathtaking tours.
Duration 3 hours, take a bottle of water and a pair of sport shoes.

39€ /person

The price includes coaching and walking poles.

 

 

 

Climbing in Crete .Activities in a day trip  close to Chania district.

learn the basics of rock climbing

On a pre-fitted cliff, learn rope techniques, how to belay, how to abseil, how to move safely on the rock.39€ /person

The price includes, coaching, technical equipment (helmet, shoes, harness, electric mountain bikes transportation) and personalised photographs.

Aimed at all levels, from 7 years old.

 

Biking in Chania  
Inquire here  for  a circuit lasting 3 to 4 hours during which several open-air activities are on offer.

 rent our new fleet of latest generation electric mountain bikes

We can take you on an excursion or you can choose to discover our routes with GPS assistance.
Half-day   39€ /person
The price includes coaching or GPS assistance, bike rental and helmet.
Aimed at all, from 12 years old.

Caves exploration in Chania district:

We  offer to  explore a wonderful initiation to visit famous  caves. Stalactites, stalagmites, aragonite, the whole mineral world is at your fingertips.

55€ /person

The price includes coaching, technical equipment (helmet, lights, harness, ropes, shoes, suit) and personalised photographs. Aimed at all levels, from 14 years old.

 

 

Category: Tips for Crete