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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.
Catch a train to Paris ?
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)
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...
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.
Hire a canoe and splash around.
Versailles? Barbazon is nice too.
Totally! I hate spending a wet day at Decathlon, much better to go and explore all those esoteric venues.
Pub called Highstreets on the Rue Grande is friendly, does food and will have all the footie on.
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