Type: Sport, Alpine, 480 ft (145 m), 4 pitches
FA: Jean-Jacques Couton, Francis Ginet
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Shared By: Nick Wilder on Sep 8, 2019
Admins: Luc-514, David Riley

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P1: Nice warm up on large features to the crux move of the route: a short steeper section on black rock. 130' 5.9.

P2: Cruise up to a small overlap, which is easily surmounted on big jugs. Continue 15' past the first set of anchors you come to - a second set is on a better ledge just up to the left. 160' 5.8.

P3: Long and easy low-angle slab.  trends right at the end. 150' 5.7.

P4: Head back left on very low-angle terrain to a steeper corner.  140' 5.8.

Rap the route or you can rap to the left of the route on the face (look carefully and you'll find rings to get you down).  You need two ropes.


Directly behind the Aguillette, find a left-slanting major weakness in the slab.  This is the well-bolted line just to the right of the weakness.  There are many one-pitch routes to the left, but none to the right for about 100'.


Up to 12 bolts per pitch.