BETA PHOTO: Val-David, je t’aime! Some petit-déjeuner to go...
The Birthplace of Rock-climbing in Quebec.
From Routes opened by Wiesner to classic aid lines getting now freed at 5.14.
Sport, Trad, Bouldering, you name it, it's here.
Take route 15 North up to the Val David Exit.
Take route 117 North for couple of km.
Turn right on Rue de L'Église.
Then, turn right on rue de la Sapinière and follow the indication for the Centre de Plein Air La Sapinière where you can park, pay your dues and have information regarding the trail path and the different climbing area.
Eating and staples
Val-David has plenty of options when it comes to grabbing a bite or having a pint.
Climbing Season For the Laurentians area.
Weather station 4.5 miles from here
124 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',20],['3 Stars',52],['2 Stars',34],['1 Star',9],['Bomb',1]
Classic Climbing Routes in Val-David
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BETA PHOTO: Trail map for Parc Dufresne.
By Bernard L
From: Montréal, Québec
May 1, 2016
Quelqu'un aurait des suggestions pour des voies/parois qui demeurent sèches lors de la pluie? Merci
Anyone have any suggestions for routes/crags that stay dry during periods of rain? Thank you,
May 4, 2016
Mont King would be my choice. Try the Amphitheatre sector. Many routes are under large roofs and stay dry in rain.
May 13, 2016
Paul Laperriere has published a beautiful guidebook entitled "Guide des parois Val David" this spring (Copyright 2015). The book includes color route illustrations, access maps for the whole park, and a ton of useful information about the Val David area. Consider supporting this work if you plan on visiting the area.