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Table of contents

1. Planétarium 11 routes in Sector

Trad and Sport

Long/Lat: -71.897504, 45.023669


Ce secteur est juste après le gros toit au bas de la falaise. On y retrouve le départ direct de «Dixie», et d’autres voies qui se terminent sur une vire. Sinon, il y a une vire à mi-hauteur où beaucoup de voies terminent à de nouveaux relais sur scellements. Cette vire est accessible par la droite de la falaise; une rampe d’accès a été construite en 2011. On peut facilement y installer des moulinettes. On y trouve aussi une table à pique-nique plus bas près du lac, on peut s’y baigner sur les grosses roches. Faites quand même attention, car des roches peuvent tomber des voies au-dessus. Portez votre casque.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Caméléon

En haut du départ du Maie Dixie

5.10c Mixed 25m, 5
2 Départ de Maxie Dixie 5.10b Trad 45m 2
3 Neptune 5.10d Mixed 45m 2, 3
4 Uranus 5.9 Mixed 45m 2, 2
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
5 Saturne 5.10a Sport 25m, 7
6 Anneau de Saturne

Variante qui finit soit en Jupiter ou Saturne

5.10a Sport 20m, 7
7 Jupiter 5.9 Sport 20m, 5
8 Mars

Fissure vers la gauche.

5.6 Trad 20m
9 Jules

Deuxième longeur de Mars

5.6 Trad 20m
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
10 Mercure

Maintenant sport. Prise clé brisé donc 5.10a

FA: B.Mailhot, Wolfgang Dienes, 1990

5.9 Sport 20m, 5
11 Venus

Deuxième longeur (pitch) de Mercure. Mixed Sport et TRAD

5.10+ Sport 20m, 3

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.6 Jules Trad 20m
Mars Trad 20m
5.9 Jupiter Sport 20m, 5
Mercure Sport 20m, 5
Uranus Mixed 45m 2, 2
5.10a Anneau de Saturne Sport 20m, 7
Saturne Sport 25m, 7
5.10b Départ de Maxie Dixie Trad 45m 2
5.10c Caméléon Mixed 25m, 5
5.10d Neptune Mixed 45m 2, 3
5.10+ Venus Sport 20m, 3