Type: Sport, 98 ft (30 m)
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Shared By: Jason Halladay on Aug 1, 2009
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You'll be heavily enticed by the extremely huecoed, overhanging section of this route about 20 feet up. Thus, it's easy to identify. Start up on huge, man-made jugs that served as post holes for the roof of an old structure at the base of the wall dating back to Wars of Religion.
Pull through the tough, sequential initial section to gain those beautiful, fun huecos above. Haul through them onto the face and a tricky move before a big hole where you can sit down inside and rest if you'd like. Rest well--the next section is the crux.
Figure out how to climb up the blunt arete just left of the big hole and up onto the upper slab. You'll never be so happy to reach slab until after that crux move below you. Slab it up to one final tricky slab move before the anchors.


In the Secteur Barouilles. The route is right of the obvious buttress that splits the main wall. The name is very faintly painted at the base but it'll be obvious when you spot the amazing huecos just right of the bolted dihedral route called "Pilier des Fourmis".


12+ bolts to a bolts/chain anchor. Note the length--a single 60m rope just barely makes it.


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