A bit of a one-move-wonder, this one. But that can be good if it's one move that suits you. The move in question is a strong pull off the ground using a good undercling over your head. If you can d
This boulder looks so stunning! This version starts under the roof as for Fat Woman, but exits direct. In the crack you will find a crimp that might help you to lock of to the top. You can also throw
Low travers on slopers. There is a hidden pockethold on the left that can help to maken the sloper pinch up top less bad!
Traverses on slopers are never morpho! You can place your heel where ever you like and slap that hand on the sweet-spot that you want. It looks like this line is not that often climbed. It's a good id
This boulder will catch your eye if you walk up the hill of Isatis. It is a huge block with a looooong traverse on it. Luckily for La Rampe Finie you only have to climb half of the traverse and exit b
This is a typical “French start” that requires a jump to the start hold when you are short. It adds some extra spice and fun!
Beautiful arete. It is a bit high what might be intimidating, but the landing is good!
Traverse with a tricky top out. You have to mantle up the foot to get to a bad sidepull. But once you can manage to get your weight over the block, you know you are there!
Little arete with a funky jump. This boulder had a few lines on it. This version excludes the left side of the prow.
If you like kneebars and footjams, this is your line! This funky boulder has a sit start followed by a kneebar to help your hands up the crack. After that you jam your feet above your had to get out o
A bit of a reachy start if you're short, but take an undercut and a sidepull on the left and make a big move to the right. Climb using heel hooks on both sides, and marginal slopey crimps in compress
Big moves on big holds across a big roof.
Very un-Bleau like boulder. Small crimps and compact heels make this problem suitable for shorter climbers. The secret is to pinky-wrap the peanut hold. The cave stays cool, so it's also doable in war
Starting right side of the roof, crossing over,powerful pull on the left side of the roof for top out.
A soft and funny little boulder. The beginning is crimpy and the end is soft
Another great line at Apremont Désert. Loved the moves on this low prow in the back of the area. Rocking over the high heel is the key to get around the belly.
A cute little overhanging prow next to the slap Licifer. A sitstart with the pocket and a good hold followed by some nice compression moves and a mantle on top.
The climb with the scary down climb. I needed two pads to be brave enough to jump down. It’s a nice technical climb with a spicy move to get the foot up.
Un super mouvement avec une inversée MG qui se déclenche en dynamique et qui se termine stat.
Super horizontal fun, starting further into the cave than you imagine. Keep those feet on and get creative. From the lip, traverse a little to the left for a fun mantle.
Interesting traverse that gets you making some cool shapes! Sit start on the right under the bulge, and hug your way over it. Traverse left along the break and save some energy for moving around the
Possibly the least straightforward line in Font. Possible also that not one person has ever climbed it "correctly" the first time without having done extensive research. The version, as opened, tr
This fun boulder is super small, but don't let it fool you! Despite it being small it is quite a powerful boulder. You start off with tiny crimps and after that, you decide! You can compress if you ar
Swing around on a juggy rail with your feet in the air! The sit start is possible without a crashpad even for us shorties, but take care not to use the pedestal for your feet as you traverse right.
In my opinion the sit start does nothing to raise the difficulty, so the grade of 6b/6b+ is ok. Absolutely good also for smaller climbers: instead of dyno to the right, i got my left foot high up on t
This cool boulder might feel really hard when you get on it for the first time, but don't give up! Once you get the feel of it the moves start to feel more comfortable. Especially getting off the grou
A do-able, but burly 7a+, this is often a first in the grade, but it doesn't suit everyone. Shorties have an easier time with the bunched up start, but get paid back with a long reach getting to the
Cool 6a boulder that starts with a big move to good holds that you don't see to well. It is a bit deadpoint situation you will find yourself in.