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Le Dome  

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BETA PHOTO: Topo Le Dôme 1. Passerelle 2. Granuleuse 3. L'Ongl...


The dome being just outside the SEPAQ, you are not required to purchase a day permit to climb it.
All routes require trad gear and are mostly multi-pitch up to 200m long.
The left and center side of the cliff is mostly a slab affair while the right end (les Toits) has quite a few spicy routes.
Bring double 60m ropes, many belay/raps are a stretch using two 50m ropes.

Le Guide Québécois de l'Escalade par Yannick Girard and Stéphane Plamondon

Guide des cascades de glace et voies mixtes
Stéphane Lapierre et Bernard Gagnon
Les éditions La Randonnée
528 pages
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Getting There 

Look for a parking lot on the right side of the road passed the SEPAQ welcome centre Mont-du-Lac-des-Cignes.
Park and head up the trail in the centre of the lot towards the Eudore hut then take a left towards the Dome hut which are both maintained by Traversée de Charlevoix, you'll find the trail heading to the cliff after you've passed the back of the hut.
If I remember well, the trail lands you in the middle of the centre section around the start of Diagonale.

The leftmost routes, L'Initiation and Renaissance, have their own trail from the road a few meters passed the parking lot and require walking off climbers left

Climbing Season

Weather station 9.6 miles from here

3 Total Routes

['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]

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Two 60+m ropes are a must.P1Climb straight up through the treed ledge up to the last tree in a patch on your right.(this may be a left side variation)Head up to a cleft between the overhanging headwall.The guidebook shows to climb on the right side of the trees of the higher slabs of Granuleuse....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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Ann Burns on Mt Ours with Le Dome behind.
Ann Burns on Mt Ours with Le Dome behind.

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