Sector Droite Initiation

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Sport
Lots of sun!
12 mins
Uphill
Sheltered

It's hard to imagine a better place for taking novice climbers - the bolts are plentiful, the rock good and the angle allows plenty of time to take in the view. Just one thing to bear in mind, there are some loose bits lying around on the ledges, so it's worth bringing a helmet, especially if the crag is busy. Guidebook page 108.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
La Reine des Bouses
The first route follows the ridge.
 
1 Stars
4a
2
Tilt
 
1 Stars
4a
3
Unnamed
Start just right of a tree and then follow a grooveline, continuing to the top. A midway belay is possible.
 
1 Stars
4a
4
Unnamed
Pass a small block overhang on the left, then follow the bolts to the top.
 
1 Stars
5a
5
Tartivore
Aim to the right side of the block overhang to start. The second pitch has some interest.
 
1 Stars
5a
6
Fleur Bleue
The first pitch offers a belay under the (small) block overhang, then continue to the top.
 
1 Stars
5c
7
Handy-Cap Repos
Start just to the right of a tree. There is a midway belay possible, just right of the belay on the previous route.
 
1 Stars
5a
8
Julie Quensand
Start at the painted number '6', just left of a bush. The first few metres are considerably harder than the remainder of the...
 
1 Stars
5c
9
Unnamed
A scrappy route that will take a while to clean up.
 5c
10
Lolotte Glaciaire
A few metres of tricky slab climbing need to be addressed before more easy climbing leads to the top.
 
1 Stars
5a
11
Les Bandits
A big letter '8' is painted at the start.
 
1 Stars
5a
12
Pile Poil
Some thin moves to contend with. Start at the big painted '9'.
 
1 Stars
Technical
5c
13
Les Lézards
 
1 Stars
5a
14
Vieille Chernille
 
1 Stars
5a
15
Unnamed
Not to be confused with the following route.
 
1 Stars
5a
16
Chou Roi Pour Léa
The longest route here, taking the corner all the way.
 
1 Stars
5c
17
L'Éperon 1
An odd line following a diagonal crack, but never really climbing it. Steady until the last few metres.
 
2 Stars
Technical
6b+
18
L'Éperon 2
 
1 Stars
5c
19
L'Éperon 3
 
1 Stars
5c
20
Thorodin
 
2 Stars
5a
21
Sikaraté Top 50
Photo on page 100.
1 user comment
 
3 Stars
5c
22
Le Tyrex

4 user comments
 
3 Stars
6b+
23
Douce Colère
Photo this page.
1 user comment
 
2 Stars
3
24
Dou Dou
 
1 Stars
5a
  • Latest Comments

    For BAUME ROUSSE

    Le Dièdre
    "Longer and a little bit easier than "le pilier" on the right, but why ..." 29/Oct

    Le Tyrex
    "Only 5+. If you can do the routes to the left then you can lead this." 05/Apr

    La Bavette Spatiale
    "Start this route on the one to the left or the one to the right and cut out the ..." 05/Jul

    2002 L'Épicier de l'Espace
    "This route used to have a cherry picker's ladder for the start. It was rickety, ..." 10/Nov

    Soleil Levante
    "Should be 6b." 31/Oct

    Le Tyrex
    "5b in the local guide - even if you blinker yourself to the line of the bolts it..." 28/Mar

    Sikaraté
    "Great route. Slabby and thin in a few sections but there are plenty of bolts. ..." 20/Mar top50

    Coin Coin
    "Like a VS 5a crack with bolts!" 26/Sep top50

    No Slibards Today
    "I would not say the start is pulling on jugs, in fact it is slippery and crimpy ..." 20/Sep

    Soleil Levante
    "6a in the local guide" 24/Aug

    Aband Fils de Crapaud
    "i was mislead by the description, thinking i had to go above the break for some ..." 12/Apr

    Étoile des Neiges
    "Great route, easy 6c - huge number of bolts makes it feel like indoors. Only fou..." 09/Apr

    Qualif á la Place du Kalife
    "The excellant final headwall more than makes up for the grotty start and non-des..." 01/Apr top50

    Aband Fils de Crapaud
    "I did not find the traverse thin. This is the onsight crux but once you know the..." 06/Mar

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