Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 88m a.s.l
Le Rocher du Télégraphe gathers several sectors of different styles. The place is quiet and recommended in summer, but the problems are sometimes exposed. Three children's circuits have been drawn by François Louvel : rose ? (from 3 years), white ? (from 5 years) and caramel ? (from 8 years).
For most sectors, it is recommended to follow Le Chemin de la Borne à l'Enfant from La Feuillardière car park up to the children's circuit. The blue circuit D+ can be attained by following the former branch of the blue path. New problems have also been opened up the hill and on the left (underneath the blue circuit).
For the Western area with Le Cadeau, turn right onto Le Chemin de Trappe-Charrette just before the children's circuit, pass underneath the aqueduct and turn left about 400m further, a few metres before a bend to the right. The boulders are situated just underneath the ridge.
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