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Kerlouan

Bretagne, FRANCE

Climbs 1000 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 8m a.s.l – Faces all

Crag features
An underdeveloped massive area of coastline with boulders stretching for many miles. The thrust of the currently developed areas are close to the small village of Menezham with close to 400 problems recorded in the small free topo. A few locals are working on a more detailed guide but donít expect anything soon (July 2013).

Boulders are granite and climbing is best suited to cooler weather though easy climbing can be done throughout the summer months. The weather is, being a costal location, somewhat temperamental but itís well worth a visit and the potential to do some new problems.

There are numerous clean and empty beaches and great swimming combined with the opportunity to boulder on sandy beaches. There is a Gite in Menezham and some great cheap campsites right next to the bouldering areas.

Locals are very friendly and keen to show off their local problems and encourage more climbers to visit. (Tom, July 2013)

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http://topokerlouan.free.fr/

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Visited Kerlouan for a few days in the summer of 2013, it's an amazing place with massive potential for new problems, friendly locals and amazing beaches!
tombeasley - 21/Jul/13