Chateauneuf de Chabre Hautes-Alpes, FRANCE
Climbs 79 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 545m a.s.l – Faces S
Chateauneuf de Chabre / Baume Rousse Crag. Exposed to the south, at an altitude of 600m, Baume Rousse is the warmest crag in the Buech, with its advantages in winter and of course its drawbacks in summer. The climbing is varied, on pleasant steep or overhanging walls of orche and grey limestone. The top part of this area is the most interesting. The vertically and very sculpted limestone with small grips generate routes which require finger stamina.
Fantastic climbing area with a beautiful river to dip your feet in at the end of the day.
Well bolted routes.
Access from car park: ten minute walk by marked out path that leads to the foot of the routes.
Car park: 1 kilometre from the village, along the road of Meouge Gorge.
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trevor macalonan - 28/Sep/10