The fourth book in the Rockfax France series - France : Ariege is now available for pre-order from this web site at a special offer price of £20.95 (RRP £24.95).
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Pre-order your copy now to take advantage of this special offer and to ensure that you receive the book as soon as possible after it is published. This will be the fastest way to get hold of a copy of the book, in fact you might even get it before we do since the main delivery goes straight to the warehouse before being moved on to Rockfax base in Sheffield.
The Ariege region of Southern France is the compact area where the Ariege River cuts through the Pyrenees on its way from Andorra to the coast. There is a lot of high quality climbing in the area with a superb variety of rock types to go at; from the soaring granite slabs of La Dent d'Orlu, to the steep limestone bulges of Genat. Limestone, granite and gneiss are on offer and routes vary in size from boulder problems to long epics of over 20 pitches.
The area has a long and intriguing history and offers plenty to do apart from the climbing, including mountain walking, caving, river rafting, skiing and checking out the many ancient castles. Factor in the year-round climbing, easy access from northern Europe and plenty of high quality accommodation in the area and it is easy to see that the Arige region has lots to offer.
Despite its attractions, the area has remained off the radar to the climbing world in general, and the lack of a comprehensive modern guide to the area must be a large part of the reason for this. This new publication will hopefully open up this great area as a new destination for travelling climbers.
Arabaux, Abeilles, Le Carol, Roquefixade - Chateau, Roquefixade - Col, Lavelanet, Roche Ronde, Roc a Steph, Calams, Roc de Sedour, Grotte de Bédeilhac, Devers de Sédour, Grotte de Sabart, Alliat, Genat, Saut de l'ours, Arbiech, Sibada, Baychon, Auzat, Goulier, Pic Rouge de Belcaire, Les Toulousains, Sinsat (La Dalle), Verdun (Sinsat), Appy, Ax les Thermes, La Dent d'Orlu, Walking Peaks, Wild Swimming
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