The western section of Les Trois Pignons generally run parallel to road D16, and are easily accessible from Milly-la-Foret. If you travel to Fontainebleau and stay at "La Musardiere" (a popular climber's campground), these areas are easy to get to. Some areas are much more popular than others; La Roche aux Sabots is the gateway to other popular areas like Le Cul de Chien, so it gets loads of traffic. Still, there's plenty of climbing for everyone.
These areas are closer to the town of Milly-la-Foret, Arbonne-la-Foret, and Noisy-sur-Ecole than they are to the town of Fontainebleau. The best thing to do is purchase the IGN map for Fontainebleau and go from there...
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"C'est un jou." It's a game. In the video "Bleau," Marc LeMenestrel falls off this problem...this, a measly 4b! Extremely technical, the problem requires a very delicate push/pull with the leg/arm. Totally funky. Still, this is worth doing if you appreciate the antithesis of thuggy bouldering. The only issue is that it's a stopper problem for those who aspire to complete the entire blue circuit at La Roche aux Sabots....[more] Browse More Classics in International