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Les Voies d'Argentiere

Haute Savoie, FRANCE

Climbs 80 – Rocktype Gneiss – Altitude 1600m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
Discovered by Fabrice Judenne and Romain Desgranges, two Chamonix climbers (one of whom is a member of the French National climbing team) and has taken a year to prepare. There are currently around 15 prepared boulders and over 70 possible routes to try. It was opened prior to the International Climbing Festival.

Access notes
To find the site, head to the Grand Montets car park and follow the road that passes behind the base station of the cable car, towards the Crémerie du Glacier and helipad (follow the helicopter logo). Park by the cross country skiing (marked with a red triangle) and follow the trail past the bridge, turn right and then at the cairn on the left, turn left (15 minutes walk in total).

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Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Echauffementf4+ 1
2Le trompe l'oeilf6A+  
5Le diedref6C  
6Jeu de piedsf6B+  
9Histoire sans finf6A  
10Les griffes du seigneurf6C  
11Dalle driotef6A+ 1
12Dalle centref5+ 1
13Dalle gauchef5 1
14L'angle parfaitf6C  
15Traverseef4+ 1
16Mur a placementsf6A+  
17Traversee vers gchef5 1
 Climb nameGradex
20Dallodrome (expo)f7A  
21El locof5+ 1
22Septieme Ciel (morpho)f6B  
23Angulumf4+ 1
24La guepe ridef7B  
25P25 Dalle (gauche)f7B  
26P26 Dallettef5 1
27P27 Ziporf7A  
28P28 Dallef6A+  
29P29 La poutre a jeannotf7C+  
30P30 Les anneaux a Diegof8A+  
31P31 Les croutes forestieresf8C  
32P32 Le plat s'arque aussif8A  
33P33 Trop facilef7B  
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