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Altitude 995m a.s.l
Viuet the crag, west side view © LeeWood
A great fin of rock oriented N-S, offering sectors in sun or shade to suit, the fin is broken into two by a stream and track running W-E. A singularly important site for those based in central french Pyrenees as it is often the nearest sunny spanish crag when conditions are foul on the french side. Also useful when conditions are inclement at Cavallers.
From the layby (parking), two tracks are available. The leftmost leads past a barn with barking dogs to the S end of the N fin. The rightmost track leads up and round a bend until it is possible to quit where a footpath traverses the small canal. Snicket. Cross the field and aim for a pylon. Another snicket leads to crag-paths crossing L-R parallel with the W side of the S fin.
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