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Bionnassay

Interesting rock climbing area for routes from 7a to 7c and starting from 8a (french grades).
Best time(s) :
  • January
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Aspect(s) : W-SW     Altitude : 1400 m
Approach between 20 and 30 min steep up hill.    Kids friendly ? foot of the crag dangerous for young kids.

Informations :

Between 50 and 100 routes, from 5c to 9a , spread over 2 crags   Bolting : sport climbing
Max Height : 45 m.
Rock : gneiss.    Characteristic(s) : steep wall Dévers, vertical Vertical.    Type(s) of holds : crimps, slopers.
Legendary route(s) : 
Takamine 9a (F.A. Cédric Lachat juin 2016)
  • Max Power 8c sent by Martina Čufar on 26 MOIS_09 2016.
  • Haribal Lecter 9a first ascent by Romain Desgranges on 22 MOIS_03 2011
  • Warning, this site may pose parking problems. In order not to cause ban climbing, it is imperative to park just before a left turn in a good location about 5 parked cars (300 m after the start of the trail sign "authorized parking.) Do not park in the departure path located 20 m downstream of the trail or roadside: vehicles must be able to pass a truck (including firefighters) or farm vehicle must pass You are requested to carpool to limit. the number of vehicles.

    Locations :

    Area : France, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Haute-Savoie (74), Sallanches, Bionnay.
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      Rock climbing area GPS Coordinates :   Latitude :   45° 51' 59" N Longitude :   6° 44' 33" E    Sexagesimal & Orientation
      Parking lot GPS Coordinates :   Latitude :   45° 51' 48" N Longitude :   6° 44' 43" E    Sexagesimal & Orientation
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    Area added by CA
    Digital Guide Books :



    Bionnassay
    Autor(s) : Gilles Brunot
    Published in MOISCOMPLET_06 2014.
    Update in MOISCOMPLET_06 2016.

    Paper Guide Books :


    Vallée de l'Arve