To the left of the steep buttress of L'Horla is the Avalanche Wall, an old quarried edge that fortunately no longer has a reputation for loose rock. It is home to several classic moderate crack climbs and a share of hard face routes.
The tall, angular bay just past L'Horla when approaching from the car park.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Avalanche Wall:
P.M.C. 1 5.6 Trad, 50 feet
Avalanche Wall 5.9 Trad, 45 feet
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P.M.C. 1 5.6 International : United Kingdom : ... : Avalanche Wall
P.M.C. 1 directly assaults one of the steepest parts of the Avalanche Wall. Don't be intimidated, though- the route has more positive holds than you can shake a stick at and ample protection, at least on the lower half. Begin by working up through the spider's web of good hand cracks to gain a large ledge. Continue rightwards up a juggy ramp with less protection to gain the flat summit....[more] Browse More Classics in International