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|Type:||Trad, 80 ft|
|FA:||Frederick Desgranges & Louis-Pierre Tessier 2009|
|Page Views:||49 total · 1/month|
|Shared By:||PA Paquet on Aug 31, 2014|
Private land Details
The forested land is privately owned and the Alpine Club of Canada has secured access to climbing by offering him liability insurance.
- Must be a member of an organisation which has signed an agreement with the owner (presently the ACC May 2014)
- No construction of permanent structures.
- No cutting of trees unless absolutely required at the base, top and on the cliff only.
DescriptionThis pitch stands above the bolted belay on pitch 4 of La Correction. Climb to the blocky roof/corner past a slaby section and figure out the moves for yourself! Do not underestimate this pitch; it has not received as much care and cleaning as those below it and some blocks may be looser. Some say the 5.10 grade is sandbag at best. 5.11? You will find a bolted belay above the corner, somewhere left on the partly vegetated slab. Although you should really try it on lead first, Le Bureau du Directeur, this awesomely hard crack, can be top-roped from this shared anchor.
LOWER: Down the the previous bolted anchor and then two double raps bring you back to the ground.
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