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mattc - on 23 May 2014
Any suggestions for things to do in the wet in font?? Climbing or non climbing
phildavies84 - on 24 May 2014
In reply to mattc:

Theres an indoor climbing wall with bouldering/leading called Base de Loisirs at Buthiers. The chateau in font is worth a look. 8 Euros to get in if I remember correctly. Theres also always decathalon.
Doug on 24 May 2014
In reply to mattc:

Catch a train to Paris ?
chacha - on 24 May 2014
In reply to mattc:

Climbing : some areas are getting dry very quickly : Apremont or Cul de chien or 91.1. There's another indoor climbing wall as well as Buthiers, it's called Le Nautil at Pontault Combault.

Non climbing : Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte is worth a look too. Catching a train to Paris is also a good idea (40 minutes from Fontainebleau to Paris)
BoulderBus - on 03 Jun 2014
In reply to mattc:

you could take some waterproofs and some walking boots and go and explore some areas you're not sure how to get to/where the problems are...

...or sit in a bar drinking...
paul mitchell - on 08 Jun 2014
In reply to mattc:
Learn French?German is good too as there seem to be quite a few German boulderers in the campsite.They don't all have perfect English.
marsbar - on 08 Jun 2014
In reply to mattc:

Hire a canoe and splash around.
seankenny - on 08 Jun 2014
In reply to mattc:

Versailles? Barbazon is nice too.
Beardyman - on 10 Jun 2014
In reply to BoulderBus:

> you could take some waterproofs and some walking boots and go and explore some areas you're not sure how to get to/where the problems are...

> ...or sit in a bar drinking...

Totally! I hate spending a wet day at Decathlon, much better to go and explore all those esoteric venues.
jules699 - on 18 Jun 2014
In reply to mattc: Eat lots of lovely cheese and drink lots of vin rouge...in conjunction with funky local dance radio station called fun FM....worked for us a cupla years back....on a more constructive note, Fontainebleau town is very nice...especially the palace/museum.

cragspud - on 18 Jun 2014
In reply to mattc:

Pub called Highstreets on the Rue Grande is friendly, does food and will have all the footie on.

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