/ Cap Frehel?
We (my brother and I) were there last month poking around, thereīs a few cliffs on the East side which could be o.k. but in an extremely adventurous way (and thatīs from a combined 90 years of adventurous sea cliff climbing)!
The top-outīs are pretty well impossible and the whole area is a nature reserve so bashing stakes in is not going to be approved of. Youīd need to get boat access and lower-off.
There are some sport routes on the East side in the old quarry areas as you go toward the cape which looked so vile that we didnīt bother.
Its also a bird reserve so climbing may even be banned
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