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Updated May 12:
Les Conquistadores (direct) 7b+
Rocher Gréau

Like the classic Les Conquistadores (7b), but finish to the right of the tree with the edge and a good crimp. There is a bolt on top, if you want to practice on a rope first.

Updated May 11:
Cerise 5

Nice slab with friendly feetwork.

Updated May 11:
La Dülfer du Bombé 5
Rocher Canon

Low friendly boulder. Out of balance sitstart en topout :)

Updated May 11:
La Cave aux Trous 5
Beauvais Nainville

Low traverse boulder. Interesting moves and friendly topout.

Updated May 11:
Cochon de Terre 6a
Restant du Long Rocher Sud

start with left hand on undercling and right hand on slopper. Left foot goes right next to your left hand, then reach for the excellent hold straight ahead of you (enough space for both hands, see vid

Updated May 11:
Pigeon Voyageur 5

Beautiful line at Cuisiniere. A bit difficult topout if you are not so good with a mantle move.

Updated May 11:
Extorsion de Fond (droite) 5+
Canche aux Merciers

This is a beauty of a five! You traverse on the arete to great pockets to top out then boulder.

Updated May 9:
La Vie au Soleil 5
Rocher Canon

Nice friendly sitstart boulder with sweet topout.

Updated May 9:
L'Intermédiaire 4+
Rocher Canon

Good hold at the top and nice feetwork al the way to the top.

Updated May 9:
- 4
Rocher Canon

Nice moves in the beginning. A bit confusing at the topout.

Updated May 9:
Les Rondeurs du Désir (assis) 5
Rocher des Demoiselles

Nice sitstart boulder. Easy at the topout.

Updated May 9:
Le Golgotha 4+
Rocher Canon

Fun and easy boulder.

Updated May 7:
Napoléon (assis) 7a
Rocher de la Reine

Crimpy sit start on sharp crimps, core tension for the move out upwards, the top out is a reward :)

Updated May 5:
Master of Puppets (direct) 7b
Rocher d'Avon

This is a classic Font sloper arete that has everything you need (just) to make it to the top. An absolute jem!

Updated May 2:
Sexe et Dentelles 6a+
Rocher des Demoiselles

Impressive, slight overhanging arête with a friendly (there's holds!) top-out to the right

Updated April 30:
Astérix (droite) 7a
Apremont Désert

A fun boulder situated on the edge of the sector. It contains a couple of variations on it, this is the right exit version. Some flexibility is required to throw your heel on top of the boulder.

Updated April 30:
Full Métal Pétasse 7a
Vallée Chaude

Valle´e Chaude is a beautiful, quiet and spread out area with some great lines. Nice place to visit on a crowded weekend day . The crux of this low ball is the far move up. The foot and heel placement

Updated April 25:
L'Écossaise 6b+

Updated April 25:
La Théorie des Plats 7a
J.A. Martin

Nice line to work on your slopers skills (even if you don't like them)! This beta is the small way to do it, taller people doesn't use heel hooks :) NB: passing the arete with slopers (without the

Updated April 25:
Vent Couvert 6b
J.A. Martin

Updated April 23:
Powerslave 7a
Apremont Ouest

If you ever get tired of dicey moves way up in the sky over dicey landings, where a tiny foot slip will land you in the hospital, come check this line out. It's a nice low lip traverse on slopers,

Updated April 22:
Fais Gaffe où tu Mets tes Pieds 6c+
Mont Simonet

Some pocket action!

Updated April 21:
Le Presse-Banane (assis) 6b
Roche aux Oiseaux

Updated April 20:
Pierrot 7b
Marion des Roches

vraiment un bloc 5 étoiles, super joli, parfait pour l'été, pas morpho. Je vous le conseille à toutes les filles!!

Updated April 18:
Crotale 7b
Coquibus Auvergne

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!

Updated April 12:
L'Isoloir (direct) 7a
Rocher de la Reine

Easier but nice version of L'Isoloir (assis). A little annoying with the rock to the left but the moves are great. The last moves on the top feels like a reward!