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Couloir 3

  • Grade context: US
  • Ascents: 10

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Description

The farthest to the left.

Access issues inherited from Orford

Rock-climbing is generally well-recognized by the administration of the park. Rock-climbing access is specifically mentioned and times (daily, yearly, with possible falcon closures) on the park website:

http://www.sepaq.com/pq/mor/index.dot#Item3123625

(Escalade is French for climbing.)

Daily access is (currently) $6.50 per person. An annual pass for the park would be $32.50, and an annual pass for all Quebec "National" (provincial) parks would be $58.50. ( http://www.sepaq.com/pq/tarification-parcs-nationaux.dot ).

Approach

10min up the gully after the first couloir. The trail fades away near the end...

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This one is worth the walk...

The route starts to the right of an old birch tree at the right hand side of the wall. Easy slab for first half moving into an arête for the last 3 bolts (go right after 3rd bolt). Kind of exposed and amazing view on the arête.

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