Access to the place
Hiking to the start 30'
Go back a little and climb the pebble slope that leads to the foot of the rock. The start of the route at a dihedral is fairly easy to find. A cairn at the start.
The route is northwest-facing, sunny in mid-afternoon, and about 250m long in 6 pitches (30m, 50m, 30m, 55m, 45m, 40m). Only the 1st belay is equipped (2 pitons + lunula). No equipment after that, but a full set of friends, doubling the medium sizes, and a set of jammers. The maximum level is V+/6a on the first 2 pitches. Be careful on L2, difficult protection and poorer rock.
L1 (30m, V+)
10m of dihedral at the start, then cross to the flat and attack the vertical wall, aiming more to the left. Finish on a diagonal crack to the left of the shrub. Just above, the equipped belay 1.
L2 (50m, V+)
Climb straight up, pass a lunula (double it...), continue straight on a thin crack before turning left under a bulge. Then climb up a vertical on a difficult passage to protect and suspect rock! Finish on a flat area with a hole to the left of the belay.
L3 (30m, V)
Climb dorit and turn right under a white overhang, then climb the dihedral before exiting under a large arch and a nice flat. Climb the belay at the left angle.
L4 (55m, V)
Climb above and to the left on very easy terrain a series of juts and mini dihedrals to pass to the left of a large white wall (normal route more to the right of the white wall).
L5 (45m, V)
Climb easily to reach a tree, then pass a small summit. Climb opposite on the slab to set up the belay at the foot of the large final wall.
L6 (40m, IV+)
Aerial length, more impressive than difficult. Rejoin the large white vault and a little before climb the picot slab (mini vire). Then climb straight up to the summit, a difficult climb to protect, but really easy, and finish on a small final dihedral.
Cross over to the opposite side and descend the stony slope, aiming for the saddle-shaped flat, but keeping to the left. Catch the main stream as it descends, and after a few climbs, you'll find the ground and a marked path back to the village.