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Climbs 150 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 102m a.s.l – Faces SE
The rock is highly pocketed limestone, very solid and well travelled (but not polished). Climbs are mostly off-vertical to vertical, though there are some roofs on the harder routes. Equipped to the normal French high standard with glued stable bolts ("broches").
Grades from F3 to F8b; F5-6b and F7a-7c climbers particularly well catered for.
Makes a good stop-over for southern France / northern Spain. Beware of the clouds of mosquitoes in warm still summer conditions, though!
Topo available from the Tabac in Angles-sur-l'Anglin (lat/long 46.69547, 0.88561), and online at http://monweb.interpc.fr/topo/angles/angles-cadre.htm (which also includes topos and info for nearby crags Rives and La Dube).
Climbs at this crag
Easy access: park at the end of the track to the south, next to a toilet block and information sign (lat/long: 46.66368, 0.90601) gained from Puygirault.
Do not park at the base of the crag.
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