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Val David Bouldering 


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Site is under the Parc Régional de Val-David Val-Morin MORE INFO >>>

Description 

Really nice Laurentian Granite Bouldering. Tends to be technical bouldering with moves similar to Squamish for those who are familiar with that area. Not too crowded for the most part and easy to find as well as short approach.


Getting There 

Val-David
Directions: Take route 15 North up to the Val David Exit.
Take route 117 North for couple of km.
Turn right on Rue de L'Église.
Then, turn right on rue de la Sapinière and follow the indication for the Centre de Plein Air La Sapinière where you can park, pay your dues and have information regarding the trail path and the different climbing area.


8 Total Routes


['4 Stars',3],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Featured Route For Val David Bouldering
Red arrow represents approximate path of the problem.

Fais-moi mal Johnny V6 7A PG13  North America : Canada : ... : Les Dames
Start on a low sloping rail down in a cave. Using some marginal slopers and a high right heel hook bust up right hand to a crimp rail and match it. Now do another even bigger left-hand dyno off the crimp rail to a really nice left hand flake hold way up high. Traverse left a bit and work your way up the lip to a gaston hold that feels kind of sketchy to get to (you are above a bad landing here btw). From here you can high step your right foot and top out....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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