The right-hand side of the Main Face is formed by a large rounded pillar, bounded on its right by the rock and meadows of the Ressaults (Tiers). There are some good climbs here that are shorter and less intimidating than those away to the left.
The three routes here escape along the ledge under the second tier and are shorter and less serious than the outings on the main face. This makes them all quite popular, especially L'arÍte sud.
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1) 6a, 2) 5a, 3) 5c, 4) 4c. The left-hand of two prominent groove-systems at the right-hand end of the Main Face. Start at the...
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1) 5c, 2) 6a, 3) 6b, 4) 6a, 5) 5a. Tackle the front of the pillar to the left of L'arête sud by excellent and well-positioned...
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1) 3, 2) 5a, 3) 5a, 4) 4a, 5) 5a. A pleasant amble up the right-hand arête of the Main Face - a touch of the place's atmosphere...