T.C.F. (Turbo Cibi Facho)




A popular wall with some truly great routes. Come in the morning for sun or wait until the afternoon for shade.

Access issues inherited from Buoux

Climbing is only authorized from the sectors "Face Ouest" to "Bout du Monde" on the Aiguebrun cliff. All the other areas, including the Confines cliff (on the opposite side) are currently on private land and are closed. Camping and fires are prohibited.

Climbing was forbidden in Buoux for more than a decade. The last area to have been reopened is the Face Ouest area which was re-opened in 2010 with many new routes and some classic lines rebolted.

Not respecting these rules could lead to the area being closed again.

Ethic inherited from Buoux

  • No camping
  • No sleeping in car parks
  • No fire
  • Don't leave any trash
  • Brush off your chalk and tick marks


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Set by François Legrand

A harder right hand finish is 8a+ (Requiem sur vos tombes)

Finishes much lower than other routes

A Buoux classic but a word of caution: there's a chance of decking before the 3rd bolt, especially between the 2nd and the 3rd. The top is easier but run out.

Super popular and getting a little shiny these days. Committing slab to finish.

The easiest route here, hence quite popular.

Extension of La cage aux orchidées.

Set by François Legrand, 2019

Extension of Dresden.

Set by François Legrand, 2019

2nd pitch extending Jolinouille / Fin de Siècle

Same start as Le Corps Electrique but head left for a harder finish.

The 2nd pitch extending Requiem.

The 2nd pitch extending TCF. Hard and steep.

Start from the anchors of Papa Pas Pou or Le Zoo des Robots. Powerful.

Start from the anchors of Papa Pas Pou or Le Zoo des Robots. Wild but on big holds.

Set by François Legrand, 2019

Start as for Camembert but head right. Harder.

A 2nd pitch extending Zephir and linking into La Chèvre et le Chou.

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