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Combe Obscure Vaucluse, FRANCE
Climbs 52 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 505m a.s.l – Faces SE
Combe Obscure is a sweet little climbing spot consisting of easy-angled slabs of flawless grey rock. There are the odd hard routes in amongst the friendlier grades, but they will feel very technical at this angle.
France : Haute Provence (2009), Avignon (2006)
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15 minute walk from the car park.
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Great crag, well certainly the left side that we visited is, except for the wasps that fly all over the place and dont leave you alone all day, got stung about 20 mtrs up one route, theres no gettin away from the buggers, this was in August, so i guess a bit later or earlier in the year when the wasps are gone its probably a nicer place to be..
Parking is easy, just follow the crap track right to the end, it'll open up into a smallish parking area, 8 to 10 cars, park up then keep on a small track across a field going in the same direction as you come in with the car youll then see the small house as described in the rockfax guide, continue straight on, on a small rocky path..dont be fooled by the other abandoned house and likely looking crag to the left of the car track..|
fatbuoybazza - 24/Aug/10