Climbing Guide - Europe - France Fontainebleau Climbs The Finest Bouldering and Circuits

 

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Fontainebleau Climbs The Finest Bouldering and Circuits- bouldering book

A new guide for a new way of climbing. Which areas? Which circuits? Which boulders? What grade? OK for Children? When it's hot? After rain? Where to stay? This user friendly guide has all the answers.

This guide provides a good overview of the quality circuits and is okay for moving between problems once you've established where you are. However, when you're a bit lost (which we found happened on our first visit to the Trois Pignons area) or have several people climbing on different circuits, this guide wasn't so good in practical terms.

As an overview, this book is useful for planning. And you aren't really a boulderer unless you have been to font are you? So get your trip booked, and this book bought!

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