Altitude 1940m a.s.l
Stuart on 2nd pitch © Stuart Macfarlane
Various popular multipitch climbs in a fantastic setting. Also known as Éperon du chemin du Roy.
Park 1km north of Pont de l'Alp at the emergency telephone (signed for the phone). Theres room on both sides of the road for plenty of cars.
The crag is visible from the road.
Follow the steep path through the woods (white and green paint). It crosses over the footpath "Chemin du Roy" and then continues up to the base of the crag. 20-30 minutes walk.
Some of the climbs have their names painted at the bottom of the route.
Descent for all routes is down a path to the west (right if looking up the crag) which is found by scrambling to the top of the crag. Its a bit loose in places.
There may be other (trad?) routes as various obscure numbers are at the bottom of the crag where there are no bolts.
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