First four pitches in the bloody snow ... In August!augustus trout - AltLd dnf - 15/Aug/14
Hidden - AltLd O/S - 14/Aug/14
Hidden - AltLd O/S - 31/Jul/14
Fell on P2 as hands and rock too cold. Really enjoyed P8 and P10, though needed a rest on both
rd20 - AltLd dog - 27/Jul/14 with Hquke
Just first 4 pitches, wandering onto Physique Sans Issue. Abbed off in 3 lengths.
Peter Metcalfe - AltLd - 17/Jul/14 with Andy Wilson
Linked top pitches from Madier
OERees - Lead O/S - 17/Jul/14
rich.manterfield - AltLd O/S - Jul/14 with Josh Fawcett
pmurdy - AltLd O/S - 16/Aug/13 with Mike W
Hol - pitches 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12
Me - pitches 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11
Amazing bit of rock!
DavidR - AltLd O/S - 14/Aug/13 with Holly Adamthwaite
The best route of the trip, amazing!
Jake Young - AltLd O/S - 14/Aug/13 with alex
Outstanding route. Very sustained at 6a and 6a+, I think the crux 5th pitch is worth 6b. Also some of the hard moves are quite runout.
Martin Haworth - AltLd O/S - 15/Sep/12 with Andy
Led even pitches.Pitch 5 is the crux, sustained and probably 6b. Took 6.5 hours
Andrew Sloan - AltLd O/S - 15/Sep/12 with Martin Haworth
John Carney - Lead O/S - 08/Sep/12
Hidden - AltLd - Sep/12
Beautiful climb - a real modern classic. One I've wanted to do ever since the Madier 9 years ago, and it didn't disappoint. Technical, sustained and varied, from intricate balancy slabs where you carefully tease out the moves, to glorious grabby flakes where you just look up and go. All this, plus great chocolate tarts just 10 minutes away in the Soreiller hut. What more could you want? Tim P1, me P2 etc.
Andy Clarke - AltLd O/S - 27/Aug/12 with Tim
Hidden - Lead - 17/Jul/12
smokeyj - Lead O/S - Jul/12 with Danny
TonyF - Lead O/S - Jun/12
Hidden - 2012
Did the 6a 6c 7a+ then 5+ back on route then the 6c 6b option higher up so a mixture of 2 routes
Paul Bowen - AltLd - Aug/11 with Rebecca Hayes
Hidden - AltLd - Aug/11
Steve and Tony also on route, great day. One of the best climbs I have ever done!
jshields - Lead - 05/Jul/11 with Ed James
Flipping amazing. 12 top notch pitches to a stunning top. Possibly my most enjoyable days rock climbing.
Sankey - AltLd O/S - 05/Jul/11 with Tony (Jon and Ed also on route)
Amazing route. Alpine Club guidebook does have the wrong photo - we used a printed-out topo from camptocamp instead. Climbing is fairly sustained at its grade, of the 12 pitches 10 are right at around 6a. I don't understand why some people say these pitches are easy for the grade, AC guidebook I think has got only 3 or 4 pitches as “5/6a”, someone here wrote that there are maybe only 2 pitches of 6a, rest is easier. I disagree – all 9 or 10 pitches graded 6a or 6a+ on camptocamp, were of comparable difficulty to any other 6a that I’ve climbed in popular crags in Spain, France, Italy, Austria, Portland….
pawelx - AltLd O/S - 10/Aug/10
quiffhanger - AltLd O/S - Jul/10
loxley - AltLd - 25/Aug/09 with john lade
Hidden - Lead O/S - Aug/09
Great climb. We did the version in the Alpine Club Guide which is very different to the French guide version. The so called origional start has very run out bolts. The AC guide also takes you through a 7a roof! The French (correct?) version looks a lot more mellow.
Shaw Brown - AltLd - 28/Jul/09 with Philippa
Hidden - AltLd - 25/Jun/09
Lou Kennedy - AltLd - 24/Jun/09
You just MUST climb it !!!
edek_w - 11/Jul/07
jimdanson - AltLd O/S - 21/Aug/06 with dan middleton
An unbelievably good route on amazing rock. Sustained and pulling on the gear will not get you up it! Bolted on lead, several cruxes mean a 30 footer if you blow it.
danm - AltLd - Aug/06 with Jim Danson
jev - 2006 with jonas
graniterocks - AltLd β - Sep/05 with Anirban Gupta
Hidden - 2nd - 2005
Dave Kerr - AltLd - 20/Jul/03 with John Watson
Campbell42 - AltLd O/S - Aug/97 with Chris Wilson
ericinbristol - AltLd O/S - Jul/96 with Richard Nadin
Bruce Kerr - Lead - 23/Jul/91 with Lyn Benjamin