Altitude 941m a.s.l
This is a good spot for cool autumn days or winter, if you want to climb in the afternoon sun. The crag comes into the sun soon after mid day, so you need an early start if you prefer shade. Predominantly compact rock with edges, flakes, rough tufas and slick footholds. Most of the routes on the first sector are chipped. The climbs are between 8m and 25m long. Bolting is very good (ie. close together). Not good for children as the base is very rocky and slopey. The path is obvious, 30 seconds to sector Eau Vive, 5 mins to C'est Suprême.
From Digne les Bains, follow the signs for Barcelonette to La Javie (13 km). From La Javie, follow signs for Prads and Blégiers (7 km). Just after the village of Blégiers, cross the bridge and park beneath the cliff.
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