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Description

The biggest an most prominent visible slab face as seen from the road side. After two pitches climbing over the top is possible on the left hand side; this leads up to the foot of the sector Le Deuxième Niveau

Access issues inherited from Rochers du Paradou

Many rock faces are no go zones, clearly indicated with arrows and crosses. Don't climb there, as these faces might be unstable and/or important habitats for local (protected) fauna and flora.

Approach

Coming from Yvoir village, when passing the dam on the left side park the car on the deisgnated parking space next to the river. Cross the road and walk back in the direction of the village for some 20m and cross under the railroad through a small tunnel. Take a left and walk up to the crag.

There's a bus stop right in front of the crag!

Ethic inherited from Rochers du Paradou

As is the case with many crags in Belgium, this crag is situated inside a Natura 2000 site. Please handle local fauna and flora with extreme delicacy. Respect the no-go zones, be aware there may be more of those in the breeding season for birds. Don't chalk up.

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As is the case with many crags in Belgium, this crag is situated inside a Natura 2000 site. Please handle local fauna and flora with extreme delicacy. Respect the no-go zones in the breeding season. Don't chalk up.

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Grade Route

The route can be climbed in one go if you take many quickdraws and/or some additional trad gear. With a 70m rope you will need to rappel down from both anchors. An 80m rope suffices to let your partner lower you to the first anchor. Ideal route for practicing placing trad gear.

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