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"We just returned from a week's trip on the boulder spot Targassonne in the South of France, and have made this short video.
It really is a beautiful spot with something for everyone at all levels. There are many beautiful lines, with grassy landings and in a beautiful setting.
In the video there are many boulders of all grades, starting at 6B, many around 7C and also 3 really pretty 8Bs."
You can see a few more pictures here: teamlescollets.com