- Height: 5m
- Ascents: 23
- Aka: Red 22
This is pure climbing history - the first 6A in the world and probably Fontainebleau's most famous boulder. An absolute must-do for every visitor - if you find a way through the crowds around. Applause guaranteed in case of success!
Slighlty overhanging wall with polished holds, followed by a sloper top-out. Even today not to be underestimated, especially for the shorter ones.
- Ethic: inherited from Fontainebleau
The sandstone is fragile. To preserve the area (and the climbs) please follow the following rules: (1) Use chalk with caution and brush it off afterwards. (2) Chalk should only be used on hands, never directly on the rock! (3) Clean your climbing shoes on a doormat before any climb. This is essential to limit rock erosion.
First Ascent: René Ferlet, 1946
Located in Bas Cuvier approx:
Route Grade Citations
|6A||Community registered grade|
Overall quality score: 89%
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