Altitude 386m a.s.l
Impressive granite sport crag situated in the woods by a river. Single pitch routes up to about 30m long.
Grades and route names are generally written at the base of routes. Grades indicated here are as per the latest Jingo Wobbly guide (France Roc 1) and will feel on the stiff side in places. Some of the routes appear to be a bit longer than indicated in the guidebook so make sure your rope is long enough!
Some of the lines on the left of the crag will take runoff for a few days after heavy rain due to the thick vegetation on top of the crag. Most of the rest of the crag is fairly quick drying.
Follow the signs to Gués de dun from the D10. Go over one long bridge and ignore a couple of left hand turns. Park at the layby by some picnic benches as the road bends around to the left. Follow the steep path down to the right of the picnic area and follow the path upstream until you arrive at the bottom of Bloc Inférieur.
Alternatively, take the even steeper path to the left of the picnic benches and abseil in. There are abseil bolts close to the route Mougins.
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