300m, 11 pitches.

Rockfax Description
1) 4, 2) 4+, 3) 3+, 4) 4+, 5) 4, 6) 5, 7) 5+, 8) 4, 9) 4, 10) 3+,
11) 3+. The rightmost sport route on the face starts a short way up the vire des isards. It gives a popular, well-equipped outing with only a couple of harder moves past overlaps which can be done 'French-free' at 5. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
On the East face, find name written in red at the bottom, the first sport route you come to after crossing the Collet de Brasseil. Climb easy angled slabs, with a crux overlapp of F5c+ on pitch 7.

Dominique Fourcade and Tene Vignolles 1993

Ticklists: Ariege easy multipitch.

georgel 28/May AltLd

Great climb. Bolts are quite spaced on the easy pitches and a bit non existent on the last two pitches ( we found one on the last pitch ). Overall excellent with a great view at the end

with becca
mtempest 07/Aug/16 -

Lead P1,3,5,7,9,11

Steve Waters, Mynydd 07/Aug/16 AltLd

Early start (Left the car at 07:00; started P1 at 08:30) to (just) beat the hoardes. Led even pitches. Wonderful route in an amazing and remarkably 'friendly' mountain setting. The crux on P7 was a 1 move wonder stepping up high onto an overlap on small crimps. The only other tricky move was on P6 which involved faith in boot friction to overcome another overlap. Both well protected by bolts. Well equipped. No problem using intuition to find the bolts all the way to the top. Summit finish. Superb views. Pair of Royal Eagles overhead. Magnificent day. Back at car by 1pm.

Martin Bennett 20/Sep/15 -
with AlanB
fochocki 20/Sep/14 Lead O/S

Great day, easy pitches were run out, crux pitch seemed harder than the topo suggested. 11th pitch easy to get lost and miss all the bolts. Also with Omar Saif (lead) and Emma Warner (second), and Monty Ochocki (lead) and Anthony Guida (second).

with Zara Skitt
JimboWizbo 11/Sep/14 AltLd O/S

Pitches 1 3 6 7 9 11. Didn't aid any of the moves. Second crux pitch felt as technically difficult as the first, but it is followed by an interesting slab that makes you work for the next clip

with Beth
Hidden 11/Sep/14 AltLd O/S
montymoo 09/Sep/14 AltLd O/S

lead the evens fun morning out

with Gareth
Gareth 09/Sep/14 AltLd O/S
with Mark
Hidden 12/Jun/14 Lead O/S
Pilarsg 12/Jun/14 2nd

Pitch 7 harder than expected.

martin clarke 05/Oct/13 AltLd O/S

lead pitches 2;4;5;7;9 longest route 11 pitches slabs all the way [wet start]

with Mark Booker
Hidden 21/Aug/13 Lead rpt
Jonny Nick 10/Aug/13 AltLd O/S

Climbed with John, brilliant day out. Set off later in the day to get the afternoon shade from about 4. Fantastic summit.

Mr Tickle 02/Aug/13 Lead O/S

Led all pitches, started early to avoid as much sun as possible. Good route with 2 distinct cruxes

Simon Caldwell 18/Oct/12 AltLd dnf

Only managed the first pitch. The wind was so strong that it was hard to stay upright at the belays, let alone padding up slabs. So saw sense, abbed off and walked up the tourist patch instead.

with Carmen
ayuplass 02/Oct/12 AltLd O/S

AM led the 5b pitch, had to go round 5c pitch as it was seeping badly. Snow on last few pitches

with Ann marie
Hidden 07/Sep/12 AltLd
Hidden ?/Aug/12 AltLd O/S
brianrunner 28/Jun/11 AltLd

A pleasant slab route which is safely bolted. The 2 cruxes involve balance moves thru overlaps. There is gear to pull on if required on both. Finishes on summit and you can walk off.

with steve wells
Hidden 24/May/11 AltLd
Hidden 24/May/11 AltLd O/S
Hidden 24/May/10 AltLd O/S
Hidden 06/Oct/09 AltLd O/S
RebekahD 06/Oct/09 AltLd O/S
with Andy Nisbet, Mum
abbeywall 05/Oct/09 AltLd

led even pitches

with K
bigbobbyking 07/Sep/09 AltLd O/S

Nice easy climbing which takes you right to the summit.

with Lauren Thompson
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