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Access issues inherited from France

Some privately owned climbing areas may have restricted access. Check with https://www.ffme.fr/

Approach

Emprunter le chemin qui sépare le lac au sud du parking et un petit étang à gauche de la paroi principale et monter à droite sur 50m après le secteur Vipères.

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.

Routes

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Follow the steep left corner

Follow line to the left of the roof

30m to the first station. Three 15m extensions above ranging from 5b, 5c, 4b (L t R)

Slab start leads to easier climbing

Straight, then left across Le petit toit before heading to a corner

1 6a
2 5c

Best route I did at this crag. Can't remember the exact bolt count but I took a dozen draws and used most of them.

1 5a 30m
2 5c 20m

Cool route. Excellent warm up for this wall. 60 m rope will work for p1, but barely.

1 4c 30m
2 5c 20m

Slab climbing

1 4c
2 4b
1 5c 10m
2 6a 20m
3 5a 15m

The 6a R of L'Eperon Claret

The 5c R of the 6a R of L'Eperon Claret. Make some interesting slab moves up a short face to an anchor on the big ledge. 5c straight over the bolts, easier if climbed from the right.

1 4c 15m
2 5a 20m

Climb slab to the ledge, then crawl into an extended, often awkward corner/chimney system. At the top of the corner are two bolts with tat which can seve as a belay. At the top of the big block on your left you will find yourself looking up a beautiful short corner to finish the line. Alternatively you can climb the arête to your right which is slightly harder. One rap if rope is an 80. Two raps if shorter.

Variant of Le Sorbier.

1 4c
2 6b+

P1 - 10m 4c P2 - 6b+ (can be avoided moving right at 6a)

Furthest climb to the right. Shares the P1 anchor of Le Marteau

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