Type: Trad, Aid, 850 ft (258 m), 8 pitches
FA: Léopold Nadeau, Claude Bérubé, Oct 1974
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Shared By: Colin C on Sep 19, 2021
Admins: Luc-514, Thierry Berland, Richer Lariviere

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Cap Trinité's classic. Most people opt to go big wall style on this route, however its easy nature will allow a competent party to do this route in a day without too much trouble.

Note that the first pitch cannot be fully aided. You might wanna bring free climbing shoes for it.

Protection Suggest change

Singles from .1 to 3. Triples from .3 to 2. Offset nuts, including RPs. One cam hook. Offset cams useful. 

Descent Suggest change

To descend, the easiest option is to rap the route. A single 60 will work, but be aware that you need to do an added rap from a sketchy tree on P1 if you choose to go with a single rope.

You can also walk off. If you do so, count 1h30 - 2h00 to return to the base.