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Haute Savoie, FRANCE

Climbs 25 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude 725m a.s.l – Faces ?

Crag features
Awesomely steep (approx. 100m high x 25m overhanging) dry tooling venue. The manufactured routes (of excellent quality) were created by a strong team of local PGHM (J Mercier, B Bihler et al). Mono points, ergo tools, and super deep lockoffs required.

Routes from M5 to M12 (majority M7 to M10). Easier routes to the righ hand side of the crag. A selection of small plastic animals (drilled into the rock) mark the start of each route.

Directions from a few years ago - This should take 20-30 min. On the edge of the village by the Saw Mill there is a bridge. Stand on the bridge looking up hill then walk up the left hand side of the river. Cross a field then up a short steep slope and through a coniferous plantation. When the plantation finishes turn right at the T. Follow this path uphill through the open woods keeping right at any forks. The path will then dip sharply down and across the river. Carry on up hill on the far side of the river, the path bears right, away from the river and passes some ruins then a big decaying slate block. Bear left with a steep wooded drop to your right then go uphill through increasingly rocky ground. Only now will the crag begin to appear. you won't be disappointed !!!!

Guidebooks
Cascades de glace & dry-tooling, du Mont Blanc au Léman, tome 2 (2007)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1la vacheM10 2
2ZebraM10 **5
3Traverse of the Green LizardM10 1
4GiraffeM7 **7
 Climb nameGradex
5MooseM6+ **16
6The dinosaurM4 10
7Un named route *M5 6
8Unnamed M6 *M6 2
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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