An interesting little crag which doesnt look like much from the road.


A small crag with 20 bolted routes including several multipitch climbs. Mostly slab climbing on Gneiss but there are a few interesting overhanging problems. You could spend a relaxing day here if passing through.

Access issues inherited from France

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Look for small sign on D526 on entry to Lea Doras, cross the bridge and park along the stream, there is a sign here with topo. Access to crag is 5 min walk along a small track between the two houses near the bridge which isn't immediately obvious (appears there was a signpost here which has fallen over/been removed)

Where to stay

Quite easy to spend the night here if in a van but try not to disturb/upset the two nearby residents with rubbish/noise etc.

Ethic inherited from France

Park where indicated, take care of the environment, buy the local guidebook when possible (this is one of the ways you can help local route setters), clean up your shoes before climbing, don't spray beta, be polite.

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