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La Voie Michaud 6c
Éléphant

Updated 5 days ago:
Napoléon 6a+
Rocher de la Reine

slightly overhanging

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Benco 6a
95.2

The right undercling is broken and pretty soft. It's easy to use another handhold instead. Rest of the rock seems pretty alright and safe.

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Boyau Rouge 4
95.2

Updated October 20:
L'Américain (droite) 6b
91.1

Updated October 19:
Action Directe (assis) 7a
Roche aux Oiseaux

A low traverse, followed by a tricky move to get established and reach up to some nice Font slopers. A really good "First 7a", and very doable for shorties.

Updated October 19:
Néron 6a+
Rocher de la Reine

Updated October 17:
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 October 17:
No Mojo 6b
Roche aux Sabots

Shorter people will need to use the crimp on the left. Taller people will probably prefer avoiding that crimp and bumping from the crack directly to the top.

Updated October 17:
Longévité 7a
Apremont Désert

Really cool short 7a with a nice low sit start, two pretty good pinches, followed by three tricky slopers and a kind of a long move out to the right. Shorter climbers would need a bit more foot sortin

Updated October 17:
Longévité (sans convention) 6c
Apremont Désert

If you are comfortable with a heelhook on the right (big hold), you will be able to reach the crimp rather statically. Otherwise just go for it :) Once you've done the 6c definitely try the 7a version

Updated October 17:
Yoga 7a
Rocher des Souris

A striking boulder off on its own that you can't help but notice every time you walk in to 95.2. There are a few gems in this area, so it's worth the stop.

Updated October 15:
Le Rétablissement (assis) 5
Rocher d'Avon

Sitstart with toe hook to the left. Video starts a bit late.

Updated October 15:
Caprice 6a
Rocher Canon

Video starts after the first two moves. Starting holds are right in front of you.

Updated October 8:
Douceurs 7a
Montrouget

1er mouvement très physique. Et il faut bien envoyer pour le dernier mouvement.

Updated October 8:
Paire de Ninjas 6b+
Rocher de Bouligny

Actually a 6b i think

Updated October 6:
Prise en Charge 5+
Franchard Isatis

This is a shortie testpiece! Little ones get an extra bonus in the form of a big throw to the lip from the weird crimps that start this fun problem. And everybody gets to do the full-value, full-c

Updated October 5:
Endorphines 7a+
Apremont Désert

A beautiful little boulder on a pedestal with slopers that invite you over to play from across the meadow. It's so small, how hard can it possibly be, right? Well, they need to fit an entire 7a+ i

Updated October 5:
La Superbe 6a+
Cuisinière

Updated October 5:
U751 7b
Restant du Long Rocher

Really cool problem that climbs out from under a roof with pockets, a long and satisfying dead-point and slopers that benefit from cooler weather! But be careful, it is slow-drying and may be fragile

Updated October 3:
Haine Ordi Nerf 7b+
Coquibus Grandes Vallées

Beautiful powerful and crimpy line on a quickly drying boulder.

Updated October 3:
Jeu de Mot Laid 7b
Coquibus Grandes Vallées

A very "bleausard" boulder: compression, slopers and game changing heel hooks!

Updated September 29:
Le Carnage 7b+
Cuvier

Can be a bit reachy for the short, but it's a good opportunity to break out some "GRRRR". Throw for some bad holds, let those feet swing free, maybe campus a move or two. It's Carnage. That's wha

Updated September 24:
Czek Chicks 6a+
Mont Blanc

Sloper

Updated September 24:
Terrex 6b
Mont Blanc

Dyno

Updated September 21:
Galet Pendu 7a
Moulin de Roisneau

Updated September 21:
Casse Pieds 6a
Moulin de Roisneau

Updated September 21:
Chimie 7a
Moulin de Roisneau

Updated September 21:
Sushimi 7c
Moulin de Roisneau

Updated September 21:
Gros Sablé 6b
Moulin de Roisneau

Updated September 21:
Kisu 6c
Moulin de Roisneau

Updated September 21:
Suki 6c+
Moulin de Roisneau