All Locations > International > North America > Canada > Quebec > Quebec City, Char… > Parc National des… > Le Dôme
Avg: 3.5 from 4 votes
|Type:||Trad, 600 ft, 4 pitches|
|FA:||Martin Goudreau, May 15 1977|
|Page Views:||1,051 total · 20/month|
|Shared By:||Luc-514 on Oct 24, 2013|
DescriptionGreat route with many options if you want to spice things up on the way.
Two 60+m ropes are a must.
Don't set belays off the rap rings! Try to use the chain links and leave room for other parties heading up or down the route.
Pitch 1 5.5
Climb up the polished steep face with tiny cracks (easier following vegetation on the left) passed the first tree ledge (easier after) up to the belay at the next tree ledge.
Pitch 2 5.5
Aim up and follow a diagonal depression towards the left then up again following easier features, traverse diagonally right when approaching the next belay ledge.
Pitch 3 5.6
Climb up path of least resistance until you get to a sloping ledge with a little headwall, watch your ankles (rope stretch) as you go up the crack on the left (crux) passed a bolt to a ledge with the belay on the right.
Pitch 4 5.5
(V1) Head up to the corner above the belay and make your way along a lower angle slab with a couple interesting bulges up to the belay.
V1 traverse right along tiny holds and not so great pro to a very textured black streak, this section is just amazing, passed a bolt and keep heading up the P4 slab.
LocationRoute is at the far left end of the cliff when you take the main trail.
Rap down the belays, be mindful of other climbers.