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Table of contents

1. Paroi Oblique 8 routes in Cliff

Summary:
Sport and Trad
Description:

This is the extension of the right-side of "Hippocampe" farther up the canyon.

Access Issues: inherited from Montagne d'Argent

The climbing area is maintained by "Parc d'Escalade et de Randonnée de la Montagne D'Argent" (PERMA) -- primarily a climber's organisation. Daily access fee was $8 as of summer 2013, and yearly memberships ($40 as of 2013) gives you also acess to the SEBKA to climb in Saint-André de Kamouraska. Being affiliated with the Alpine Club of Canada, members may climb for free upon presentation of their club membership but are still required to pay for on-site camping.

On weekends, there is generally someone there to collect the fees, during the week this is more often done on the honour system.

The site is open all year round with artificial ice falls created over the cliffs over the freezing winter months for Technical Ice Climbing.

A complete guidebook (including hand drawn reproductions, contributed by a local artist) is generally available at the hut on weekends. It has maps for access to the cliffs, and drawings of all the cliffs with routes marked on them. The current official guidebook is fully bilingual.

Approach:

Approach as per "Hippocampe", then continue up the canyon.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Gobelin 5.7Trad 18m
2 Sevrage 5.10bSport 11m, 5
3 Super Musclor 5.12cSport 14m, 5
4 Wunderbar 5.10dSport 15m, 6
5 Fudge 5.10cSport 15m, 4
6 Goglu 5.10bSport 15m, 5
7 Timbits 5.11bSport 15m, 4
8 Oreo 5.5Trad 19m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.5 Oreo Trad 19m
5.7 Gobelin Trad 18m
5.10b Goglu Sport 15m, 5
Sevrage Sport 11m, 5
5.10c Fudge Sport 15m, 4
5.10d Wunderbar Sport 15m, 6
5.11b Timbits Sport 15m, 4
5.12c Super Musclor Sport 14m, 5