Le Mérinos

Page Type Page Type: Route
Location Lat/Lon: 50.22317°N / 4.89435°E
Additional Information Route Type: multipitch limestone climbing
Additional Information Time Required: Half a day
Additional Information Difficulty: 4a-6b (FR
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Route Description

Heaps of multipitch routes on all sides of this formation. The best seem to be on the side facing the Meuse river (face Meuse) and the Southern side. The north face features some nice little one pitchers.

The classic route of the entire area is Le Merinos (4c, 5 pitches) which was first climbed in 1930.

Essential Gear

10-12 draws, 60m rope, small wires (or enjoy the runouts), helmet.

Miscellaneous Info

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