Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 73m a.s.l
Le Toit du Cul du Chien © andymoin
Part of the huge Les Trois Pignons area. A short walk-in, good landings and fast drying after rain helps make Cul de Chien very popular. 3 circuits
Parking close to Noisy-sur-Ecole, and a short walk past Roche aux Sabots on the right and 91.1 areas on the left until you reach the lone "dog's head" boulder in the middle of a sea of sand.
DO NOT climb on the Cul de Chien boulder in the middle of a sea of sand.
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