Climbs 100
Rocktype Andesite
Altitude 2155m a.s.l
Faces all

All hell breaks loose on the Pic du Midi © James Rushforth

Crag features

One of the most famous peaks in the Pyrenees. Though not massively high it stands on its own plinth and makes an easy point of reference from miles around. All its faces are steep and even the 'normal' route is no pushover. There are many fantastic lines on perfect Andesite, a true climbers peak.

Approach notes

The Pic du Midi is on the French side of the Pyrenees not far from the border with Spain. The Pombie refuge is the usual base for anyone tackling the climbs.

There are several good topo's to be found at http://lanochedelloro.com/resenfrance/france.html
James Rushforth - 16/Jun/11
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1Pic du Midi d'Ossau summit
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summit 10
 Eastern Flank 
3Voie NormalePD **25
4Eastern ButtressAD 3
5Petite Pic-Grand PicAD ***2
6The East Face, Voie Fouquier
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D **3
 Northern Flank 
8The North Face & Fourche
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AD+ ** 
9North Face Direct
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D  
10North West Buttress of the Pointe de France
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TD ***3
 Southern Flank 
 Pombie Wall 
13Couloir Pombie-Peyreget
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AD+ 2
27Couloir Pombie-Souzon
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D+  
 Le Doigt et Main de Pombie 
29Le Main de Pombie
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TD ** 
30Le Doigt de Pombie, South Face
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TD ** 
31Le Doigt de Pombie, East Face
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TD- * 
32Grand Pic, South Pillar
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TD+ *** 
 Petit Pic 
34Arete Du Flamme De PierreAD 2
35North Buttress
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TD *** 
36West Face
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D-  
37Arete de Peyreget
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AD- 1

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