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La Balme de Sillingy

Haute Savoie, FRANCE

Climbs 75 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 550m a.s.l – Faces SW

Crag features
With the addition of a new sector, right, the cliff has a good range of routes from font 5 to 8a/8b. The climbing varies from slabs to roofs, with the majority being vertical. The routes are a little less difficult in the old sector. The climbing is either technical or athletic, with small and big holds. The cliff is subject to numerous streakes after heavy rain. The sun hits the rock about 11 h 15 in winter time. The site is a bit noisy due to the proximity of the road and motocross on weekends.

Access notes
10 km NW of Annecy. Take the N508 (Frangy - Annecy), at La Balme-de-Sillingy take NNW direction for 100 m, turn right a small road that leads to the cemetery.

Follow the path for 5 minutes, the cliff is visible on the left. 10 minute of approach.

33 Falaises de la région d'Annecy (2010), 28 Falaises (2007), 22 Falaises autour d'Annecy (2004)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Gaelle4c 1
2Aldop24005c *3
3Dalle Tome5c **2
4Le Tout Vapeur6a *3
5Pouce Pouce5c ***2
6Andromede5a 2
7Bill6a 1
8Charlotte5c 1
9Corne de gazelle5c 1
10Le bi trou6b+  
12Rose ou ortie7c  
13L'ami d'Amerique6a+  
 Climb nameGradex
15Le cul qui part ( pitch 1)6c+  
16Le cul qui part ( pitch 2)6c  
17Sego ou Sarko7a  
18Jour de vote6c  
19White (pitch 1)6a+ 1
20White (pitch 2)7c+  
21Bibi Fricotin6b+  
22La Belle (pitch 1)5c 1
23La Belle (pitch 2)6b  
24La Belle (pitch 3)4c  
26La Fissure5c  
27Dent de lait5c 1
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Quite a nice crag. Very accessible. However quite a lot of loose rock when I visited in April. Pulled a hold off and had saw several other climbers around us knowing bits off. A helmet probably advisable!
bigbobbyking - 07/Apr/11