Altitude 704m a.s.l
Rocher du Quebec, Buis - SE France © OllieR
Very large Limestone block which is slabby in style. It will no doubt get hot as a furnace in the summer, but is a delightful winter/spring/autumn venue. Rock is rough and not polished, which is useful as holds can be sparse. Route names NOT on rock. Best to locate Pogner les Shakes (just right of big flake at centre of crag foot) and count from there
Very limited parking in the village
Keep wandering up hill through the village untill you come to a dirt path. take care to find the right hand off shoot path to the crag - its marked with small cairns.
RW adds: Best to park on the right before reaching the church. Walk past church, take very steep little road up right (yellow paint flashes) till a stony track leads off from near water source. Take a left where waymarked walking route (no 13, yellow marks) goes. Small path to crag leads off uphill after a few minutes (cairn and two wooden steps). 20 - 25 mins walk.
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