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Lat / Long: 45.547256, -73.177988
Two agglomerations of pure granite boulders.
Off road Qc-116, take rue Fortier until it becomes Chemin Ozias-Leduc. To your left is rue Cardinal. The boulders are at the end of the road.
Parking on residential streets requires a permit. Rue Montcalm does not. From that street it's a 10 minutes walk to the boulders.
Discovered the boulders thanks to someone named Jimi Spire from that website. https://climbingaway.fr/en/climbing-areas/mont-saint-hilaire-site-cardinal
If any boulder problem had previously been climbed and/or have names, please let me know.
SDS match at the bottom of the crack. Follow the line straight up.
Start match on the corner slopper. Make your way right and follow the crack. Top out is sketchy.
Same start as #2 but continue right on two fairly good crimp. Big move to end into problem #1
SDS match on good crimp/side pull. Go up to crimp and finish on problem #2.
SDS match on lower most most of the good shelf. Make your way to left to good crimp. Go up.
Start match at the lowest point of the arrete. Make your way to the left and top out at left corner.
★★★ Agropur Inc.
Start match on two crimps. Two hard moves to finish in Agropur.
★★ Sideways Samba
SDS match on good side pull. Don't forget to pull.
Start match on the good jug.
Start match on two micro crimp. Make your way up using the big side pull to the left?
★★★ Gaston Lagaffe
Start match on good crimp at eye level. Go left to reach the pocket then top out.
Possible to add a couple more moves if you start further to the right.
Is this a moonboard?
SDS with really low left hand crimp and right hand on side pull at eye level. Go straight up. Possible V6-v7
|V1||#6||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|
|V2||★★★||#1||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|
|★★★||Agropur||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|
|V3||★★★||Gaston Lagaffe||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|
|★★||Sideways Samba||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|
|V4||★★★||#2||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|
|★★||#5||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|
|?||★★★||#3||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|
|★★★||#4||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|
|#7||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|
|★★★||Agropur Inc.||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|
|Is this a moonboard?||1.1. Secteur Cardinal|