Lac Boisseau Mostly Sport climbing33 routes in crag
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Unique rock type for the region, wild pristine lake with no direct road access, so no boats on the lake. Very quiet spot.
Where to stay
Don't camp on the parking. Camp at Montagne d'Argent's campsite, it's much nicer, there is water, toilets, shelters and fires.
There is also a variety of camping spot at the beginning of the lake and along the approach.
Wear a helmet also to belay there is some loose rock, kids=helmet ALL the time at the cliff, bring a stick-clip, top-rope on your equipement, pick up your garbage, no fires at the crag, no chipping, no stupid/dangerous/crazy dogs... only cool ones!
The crag was re-discovered in 2004 by Guy Parent after a long search with the few info available. Guy Parent, Charles Pechousek, Eric Paquet, Socrate Badeau and Emanuel Crevier were the main the openers of the " Golden age" of that development period. Later on, local climbers, like Jean-Dominique Saudan, opened a few lines.
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