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Bloc France bouldering guidebook

Bloc France Bouldering Guide


  • - Bloc France Bouldering Guide

Guide to the lesser known sandstone bouldering venues in France

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Wait what? There's bouldering outside of Fontainebleau?

When it comes to bouldering in France, we tend to keep the blinkers on a bit. To say that Fontainebleau is fairly great is a bit of an understatement, but it's about time we ventured off the beaten track and a little further into France to see what the rest of the country has to offer!

This handy guidebook is an ideal way of easing into some more adventurous bouldering en France. Keeping with the sandstone theme, Dario Santacroce and Tamara Guillermain take you to the lesser known bouldering areas throughout France, to show you just what French Sandstone has to offer.

Clear maps, comprehensive information, and some stunning photography to boot, Bloc France is essential for anyone looking to escape the throngs and  really get to know French sandstone bouldering.

As a bonus, Bloc France is written for multilingual comprehension, with text in four languages; so you can choose whether to explore France in English, French, German, or Italian - c'est genial!

Key features
  • Hottée du diable
  • Secteur Dune
  • Hottée de Gargantula
  • Laurenzoboulderfels
  • Hultehouse
  • Blocs Bo
  • Roches qui Dansent
  • Bois Laville
  • Mas de l'Ayre
  • Lodève. Le prieuré
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Origin: United Kingdom

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