/ La flaine (french ski resort) wall
So I found out about this indoorwall while googling if you can do organized ice climbing trips (only own sport gear!)as we are there for a ski trip in march.
I'm just wondering if anyone has been or has any info? There's literally one photo on the website of someone top roping but looking down at the floor view of them.
Didn't want to pack my rope etc etc if it's not worth the bother.
Why would anyone want to go to an indoor wall when you've got a whole mountain range to go skiing on?
Cant do much skiing in the dark or if the slopes are closed or if its a white out or its horrendous weather etc etc.
I also just like climbing at new places tbh
My info is pretty out of date but assuming it is the wall in the auditorium in Flaine Foret it's a pretty basic short old school wall and an small bouldering board with adjustable angle. It is not worth taking your kit for.
The Grand Massif ski area is great, with a really good snow record. You'll be skiing everyday!
Yeah that sounds about it. Ill settle for swimming and booze in the evening then aha
If you can bring yourself to go to the indoor wall when it's dark then you've not tried hard enough when skiing during the day have you? :p
Mat Wright has climbed Serendipity (Font 8B+) at Impossible Roof near Roche Abbey. The problem was first climbed by Dan Varian as a sit start to Mike Adam's Serenity (8B). Mat climbed the stand back in February, which was his first 8B.