Altitude 819m a.s.l
A small outcrop overlooking the village of Montferrier - the left end of the crag holds over 10 easy lines, equipped with belays only for top-roping groups (though they can be led on trad gear), to the right are about a dozen fully bolted lines from 5a to 6c. A pleasant place for families to visit with a good-sized flat area below the crag. Very much a summer crag as it is cloaked in trees.
A good track departs behind the upper of the two houses in the hamlet of Peyrot leading to below the crag, a short steep path leads to the climbing. It is also possible to walk from Montferrier itself in 20 minutes.
The access is no longer via the space between the two houses, but via a path behind the upper of the two. This passes very close behind the house, but is the agreed access now.
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