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These details were last updated on 06/Sep/2012

Foron

Haute Savoie, FRANCE

Climbs 35 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 1412m a.s.l – Faces SW

Crag features
Overleaning walls with pockets and edges.

Access notes
Follow the D328, north of Taninges. Park where the road levels out. Walk steeply to the obvious crag (10 mins).

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Parce QueProject  
2Pourquoi8c  
3A Maman Ca8a ***1
4Plaisir Jubilatoire7c+ ***3
5Certitude8a ** 
6Ombres Et Lumieres7b+ ***1
7Voyage7b+ ***3
8Portrait De Charme6c * 
9La Comete Des Dinos7b+ **1
10Sarbacane7a **4
11Expresso7a+ **4
12Droit Au But7b ***2
13L'Ascenseur7a ***8
14Le Retour De Justin7a ***5
15Lavista7a+ **1
16Le Baton De Berger6c **3
17Engagez-Vous6c **2
18A V Pascal7a+ **4
 Climb nameGradex
19Carillon Pastoral7c * 
20Baby Blues6a+ *2
21Rebus6b **1
22Mad Le Lezard7a+ * 
23Sourire Au Bords Des Levres8b * 
24Tristesse D'Une Oreille En Coin8a+ * 
25L'Arche7a+ ** 
26La Peine Du Pendu7c * 
27Amours Defuntes7a+ ** 
28L'As De Pic7b **1
29A Coeur Et A Cri7a+ * 
30Le Voleur De Bagdad7a **2
31Faux Ronds7a *1
32Serpent A Plumes7a * 
33Petit Simond7a+  
34Ba6a+ 1
35Mass-tick7c ***1
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The position of this crag on the map is incorrect. It should be on the northern side of the larger 'hairpin' bend a few kilometers north. You don't see it when coming from Morzine (because it's behind you), when you give up looking for the crag in it's currently marked position it's blatently obvious on the way back to Morzine! Worthwhile crag, routes in the high 6s and 7s look very good, just did the 2 starred easier routes with my niece which were steep for the grade and good. Well worth the drive over for a change from mountain biking.
Ian Patterson - 06/Sep/12