Altitude 937m a.s.l
An impressive piece of rock when viewed from the road, the Don de l'Aigle offers a few quality and well equipped mid grade routes. Descend either by 4 abseils, the longest of which no more than 40m, or by the very steep and demanding track that heads down the couloir to the left of the crag.
Park in the car park on the D592 where the path to the Col de l'Ane starts from, follow this path for about 400m, then turn left onto a small path that goes steeply through the pine trees and brings you out at the base of the crag.
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