Le Toit du Cul de Chien

One of the most famous boulder problems at Fontainebleau.
This former aidroute (one can see still the pitons) was first free climbed in 1978 by Eric Boucher and Jo Montchaussé.
Today it's still good fun on jugs, but more than one was a bit trembled with fear as the top out is at 4,5 m above the ground.


 





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Alex Megos: fun first. Then ok, 9a on sight

Posted by 9b on March 27, 2013 at 5:30pm 2 Comments

Alex Megos is spending this year just climbing and having fun.

He was a student and, the next year, he will come back to study.

According to Adam Ondra, the most experienced 9as climber, Estado Critico, the route he climbed on sight is more than 8c+.…

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