Type: Trad, 120 ft, 2 pitches
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Shared By: Rick Parcel on Oct 14, 2013
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Superb crack! It's a classic.
A third pitch can be done sport: left (dirty) or right 5.9'ish

Superbe fissure! C'est une classique
Une troisième longeur possible en sport: à gauche (sale) ou à droite environ 5.9


Center left of the cliff, starts on a 8 foot slab in a left facing corner, 15-20 feet right of a wide light coloured bolted crack, rap down with a 60m single rope in two pitch.

Centre gauche de la falaise, commence sur une dalle de 8 pieds dans un dièdre faisant face à gauche , 15-20 pieds à droite d'une fissure pâle et large équipée sport, desente en rappel sur corde simple de 60m en deux fois 30 m.


Single rack up to C4 #3, bolted belays, you may bring all your gear if you want!

Ensemble simple de protection jusqu'a C4 #3, relais fixes, apportez tous vos cams si ça vous le dit!


Pad Awan
Val David Qc
Pad Awan   Val David Qc
Having done the third pitch many times(bolted line that requires a short right traverse to get to),i would rate it a good 5.9.
We will have to wait to see the equipper/opener's rating. Oct 15, 2013
L1 ± 5.6
L2 ± 5.9
my feelling :) Oct 17, 2013
Burnaby, BC
pico   Burnaby, BC
Goes up to a #4 bd.. especially in the crux. Made the mistake of racking up to 3 and whipping on a #2 placed at the entrance to the crux in the second pitch simply because the crack is wider then #3.....

May want to change your description....

Second pitch feels like a solid 5.9 Jun 29, 2014
Rick Parcel
Rick Parcel   Laval
Let's say L2; 5.8 unsustained Sep 6, 2014