Type: Trad, 40 ft
FA: John Turner, late 1950s
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Shared By: Daniel Israel on May 22, 2014 with updates from rocknice2
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A clean, arching, finger crack. Followed by a slabby traverse left, and then up right the final short crack. Bolted Anchor
Rappel easily done with a 60 metre rope


Right in front of a bench near the sign labelled "imperiale"



The crack itself protects excellently (25 feet), however, when making the traverse left (15 feet) there is practically no opportunity to protect. The end of the route is easier and can be protected easily.

The route can take a number 3 bd camalot at the start, but the crack itself will take finger size gear, and in a few places it can take something a bit larger.


Alternate finish goes straight up over the small roof to a second fixed anchor. Two bolts protect a tricky and crimpy (5.9? 5.10?) slab. Makes for a very spicy finish Aug 28, 2015
Montreal, Quebec
Luc-514   Montreal, Quebec  
The direct variation (at the small roof) is called Symbiose clocked in at 5.10d. Aug 31, 2015
Marty Theriault
Quebec, QC
Marty Theriault   Quebec, QC
Quelle Belle voie ! do this route !!! Jun 20, 2016