Aquò Es Quicon*** 6a+
150m, 5 pitches. 1) 5+, 2) 6a, 3) 5+, 4) 5+, 5) 5+. © ROCKFAX
A direct attack on the right hand crack system of the rocket shaped feature that gives the secteur fusée its name. Once established on the top of the feature, traverse right before assaulting the final headwall to the top. There's a nice cave at the bottom for gearing up and getting out of the sun.
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This climb is in 3 logbooks, and on 2 wishlists.

The local topo gives this 5c, 6a, 5c, 5c, 5c. If the third pitch is really 5c, I'm a dutchman. I couldn't make the crux, and my partner thought it 6c, possibly even 6c+. A bit of an epic descent when the ropes jammed.
nr - 2nd dnf - 10/Apr/10 with Alexandre Buisse

Climbed in two different days, the first three pitches with Neil (P2 is a nasty offwidth, P3 has a hard but short chimney bit), to the top of the Fusee, followed by a semi-epic bail. A week later, I climbed the left side (La Fusee) with Adrian and led the amazing F6b+ direct finish to the top. Great climbs on a beautiful wall.
Alexandre Buisse - Lead O/S - 10/Apr/10 with Neil Ronketti

Lead P1 and was held with Neil and Alex above us on P2 and then P3. Tim went to lead P2 but bailed, and I was in no mood to push on as Neil and Alex were reporting the supposed 5c pitch 3 was way harder!
Solcambs - AltLd dnf - 10/Apr/10 with Tim Howell

Users with this climb on their wishlist are:
racerfozzy, Graham C
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