Climbers at the base of Sector Cuarenton. I'm wor...
Sector Cuarenton has at least 13 sport routes which ascend a mixture of grey and orange limestone. The routes on the right-hand side tend to be easier and slab climbs. The routes on the left which climb the orange rock are harder with powerful moves through overhangs.
Sector Cuarenton is easily accessed from the parking area described on the main road. Cross the road from the parking area and immediately descend into the woods from the Northern side of the small bridge. Follow the obvious path along the small cliff band. Along the way you will descend some red tiled steps and follow a cement drainage ditch which is covered in red tiles. The cliff is on your left approximately 200 yards down the path. Either cut left after the stone wall, or continue on the path until it arrives at the cliff--this is Sector Mario
--then follow the cliff left to Sector Cuarenton.
Weather station 10.5 miles from here
6 Total Routes
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Featured Route For Sector Cuarenton
Tight Slab 5.10a/b 6a+ 19 VI+ 19 E2 5b Europe
: ... : Sector Cuarenton
This route has two bouldery cruxes. The first one is probably easier for people over 6' tall. Start up the the obvious slabby flake to the left of Menage a trois. Stay to the left side of the slab and don't use it's right-hand lip. Now boulder your way up to the second bolt. You're not home free yet, continue up to the second crux 20 feet off the ground following the bolt line.Listed as 6a under the French system....[more] Browse More Classics in International
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