Murray vs Rosanna. No contest. © tomrainbow
40m long pitches of continuously overhanging limestone mixed with perfect vertical walls, heavily featured and with a smattering of easier climbing. Crag faces predominently South or East - in the shade during the afternoon and plenty to do in the rain at 7a and above. A great crag.
Climbs are described from R to L.
Use the path to the right of the church at all times, even to access the crags at the far left of the cliff (15 to 35 minutes). Guidebook readily available at local tourist info or at the cafe in St Gery.
No guides found for this crag
|The bakery was fantastic, I live here and I agree, one of the best! Too hot to climb 35 in the shade! First week of June!|
Andy Edgar - 05/Jun/15
|Some really good climbing, too hot in the summer, but good for autumn, winter (if sunny) and spring|
Jonas Wiklund - 08/Feb/15
|Top quality crag in a great setting. Well worth a visit. Would keep most mid-grade sport climbers happy for a week or two. Plenty more routes to go too. P.s. St Gery has one of the best bakery's in France!|
tedj234 - 03/Jul/11