Fontainebleau All bouldering2,978 routes in crag
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The holy grail of bouldering. Every serious boulderer should visit Fontainbleau at least once in his life. You'll find a beautiful landscape, perfect rock and the need for a wide variety of climbing skills!
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Campsite La Musardière gites (timber huts)
1908 the Paris Alpin club marked the first parcours to practice techniques for the higher montains. Since then, Fontainbleau has always been on the forefront of the development of bouldering. Examples are 'L'angle Allain' 5+ (1935, Pierre Allain), 'La Marie Rose' 6A (1946, René Ferlet), 'La Joker' originally 6C, nowadays a hard 7A (1952, Robert Paragot), 'L‘Abbatoir' 7A (1960, Michel Libert), 'Carnage' 7B (1983, Jérôme Jean-Charles, 1983), 'La Bérézina' 7C (1977, Pierre Richard), 'C‘était demain' 8A (1984, Jacky Godoffe), 'Fat Man' 8B (1984, Jacky Godoffe).
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