Type: Sport, 360 ft, 5 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Stephen Lutgring on Jun 6, 2018
Admins: Euan Cameron, Luc-514

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Start at the sea then climb to the summit for incredible views.

P1: 5.7  Do an easy traverse (right) from the large starting ledge just above the rocky shoreline. Multiple sets of bolted anchors.

P2: 5.9 Go straight up and around the roof bulge. Continue past the bulge to another set of bolted anchors at a ledge.

P3: 5.9 Go straight up the right line of bolts or slightly left to the left line of bolts. (We did the right line). Steeper climbing that leads to another set of bolted anchors.

P4: 5.9 Traverse up to a thin hand dihedral (crux) move and gain a ramp system. Follow the ramp to the right to another set of bolted anchors.

P5: 5.9 This pitch can be broken into two pitches. I had to skip a few bolts to make it to the summit in 55 meters. Follow multiple dihedrals and ledges to the summit.


From the beach start going up the hill to your right. Follow the black marked trail n°3 to the hill in front of Le Bec. Find the somewhat slippery slab decent (class 3/4) on the south side of the hill 15 minutes from the beach and climb down to the shore. Scramble up to a small ledge just above the shore and look for the first bolt which should be on an easy traverse back to the east.


14-16 Quick draws if you want to do the route in 5 pitches.