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Fontainebleau (Coquibus Rumont)

Interesting bouldering area for problems from 7a to 7c and starting from 8a (Fontainebleau grades).
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Aspect(s) : All     Altitude : 100 m
Approach 10 min up hill.    Kids friendly ? area around the boulders uneven for young kids.

Informations :

Between 50 and 100 problems, from 5c to 8c.   Bolting : sport climbing
Max Height : 6 m.
Rock : sandstone.    Characteristic(s) : vertical Vertical, steep wall Dévers, overhang Surplomb.    Type(s) of holds : crimps, slopers.
Landing quality : uneven or steep ground (1 crash pad and 1 spotter needed).
Legendary problem(s) :
  • The Island 8c first ascent by Dave Graham on 7 MOIS_04 2008. Firsts repeats : Nalle Hukkataival (2008), Sam Edwards (2008).
  • The Big Island 8c first ascent by Tarek Overmars on 14 MOIS_09 2009. Firsts repeats : Vincent Pochon (2010), Lucas Ménégatti (2011), Arjan De Kock (2012), Guillaume Glairon-Mondet (2013), Jan Hojer (2013), Toru Nakajima (2013), Chris Schulte (2013), Griffin Whiteside (2015), Niccolò Ceria (2015), Ned Feehally (2015), Michiel Nieuwenhuijsen (2015), James Webb (2016), Jonas Winter (2016), Taylor McNeill (2017), Ryohei Kameyama (2017), Giuliano Cameroni (2018), Nicolas Pelorson (2018), Pascal Gagneux (2019)
  • Locations :

    Area : france, Île-de-France, Essonne (91), Melun, Fontainebleau, Milly-la-Forêt.
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