Access to the place
Hiking to the start 45'
Done on sight. Follow the rocky slope, past a large boulder and then a huge chaos before finishing on a gentle slope towards the foot of the towers. In the middle, spot a white overhang and an advanced boulder behind which the route begins.
West-facing, the route is in trad with no equipment in place. 5 pitches for around 170m of climbing (10m, 50m, 40m, 40m, 30m). Provide a set of stoppers and friends, preferably doubling the big ones from 1 to 4.
L1 (10m, IV)
Can be climbed without supervision. Provides access to the start of L2 on a long diagonal crack.
L2 (50m, V)
Beautiful, aerial pitch on very good rock. Difficult to protect in places as the crack is very wide. At the top, there are several jumps to negotiate in the chimney. Relay R2 is under a large boulder at the foot of a white wall.
L3 (40m, V)
Go right and climb up to flat slabs at the foot of L4. This too is a fine pitch, airy and fairly easy.
L4 (40m, V)
Brilliant! Start out in the vertical crack (1 step at the start) then reach a hollow protected by a large boulder. Go around it and cross to end up in a super aerial exit on a picot slab. Nice holds, aerial!
L5 (30m, IV)
Easier, simply to exit at the summit.
Pass on the opposite side (south-east) and climb down to the bottom to return to the starting point on the right.