Avg: 4 from 5 votes
|Type:||Trad, 500 ft (152 m), 5 pitches|
|FA:||Fred Desgranges and LP Tessier 2009|
|Page Views:||856 total · 18/month|
|Shared By:||Guillaume Dorion on Sep 23, 2017|
- 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.
Up a ramp and transition to a flared finger crack. Short but intense. Warms you up properly for the next amazing 4 pitches.
P2 5.11b 100'
Money pitch. Up the corner. When I did it the bottom part was a waterfall. Apparently it's usually dry.
Up to roof, than a powerful layback to a belay ledge. Pumpy.
Finger crack/layback to a big chockstone. Climb around it after a tree to the belay ledge at the base of the massive corner.
Money ! Climb the big dihedral. Stem your way up a corner that wants to eat you. It's beautiful. Climb up to a bolt than keep going to a another bolt to the right where you need to traverse. Than place a key blue TCU and climb to the anchor below the arch.
P5 5.10+ 150'
Amazing crack climbing straight up to a massive left angling offwidth arch.
It's a long pitch.