Altitude 171m a.s.l
Mozet is a nice area for the beginner climber as well as for the seasoned crack. For the beginner climber there are 50 to 100 routes from 2 to 5+, usually well maintained, not so high (5 - 25 meters) and often smooth.
Mozet is also interesting for advanced climbers. The leftmost wall, the 'Eagle massif', has been completely refurbished and the VBF has made an up-to-date topo on the internet. Here you have ~ 30 fairly high routes (20 - 32 meters) from 6a to 7b +. The Eagle mass is averaged perpendicular. The routes look like the Allegne in Freyr and are difficult onsight (gray plates, sometimes friction with sloping grips). The rating is quite hard for Freyr. The three 7b + routes start all three with a difficult overhang. In the cave just to the right of 'Joly Jumper' (the snail) is a boulder crossing (from left to right and then from right to climb the roof and climb straight ahead). Some routes, eg the Adrenaline, may be dusty in spring. On the other rocks, there are also some more difficult routes (6b - 7a, all well done), but I do not have a topo here.
The best time for Mozet is from June to September, because most of the rocks lie in the woods and remain wet after relatively long rain.
If you climb more than 4 men, you must ask for permission at the VBF!
On the E411 take the Wierde exit, immediately drive over the motorway and follow the N941 which runs onto the N942. Go left for Goyet, keep following the road over 2 Km. The rocks of Mozet are then on your right side in the woods.
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