Climbing Guide - Europe - France 7+8 Fontainebleau

 

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Climbing Guide- Europe - France- Fontainbleau

Have you ever been to the magical forest of Fontainbleau? No. You have to go! Located just 50 kilometres south of Paris- it is so easy to get to, and has 1000's of problems to throw yourself at.

This guidebook from Bart van Raaij gives an efficient overview of the more difficult straight up boulder problems in Fontainebleau. This book concentrates on grades seven (from 7a) or eight (to 8c). It has great rating systems of problems, elorabte symbols to describe the problems, directions to each area and pictures of problems. The introduction is in English and French for all you linguists! The individual directions for each problem and the area descriptions are in English only.

A definite essential for anyone visiting the area and you aren't a real boulderer until you have been to font!

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