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Gorges du Tarn, France

adski
25/09/2011
6:29:30 PM
Thanks Phil, et al.
Someone gifted me a le Tarn guide and i kept it as it has such a great photo on the back :)
spicelab
25/09/2011
8:32:54 PM
On 25/09/2011 adski wrote:
>Thanks Phil, et al.
>Someone gifted me a le Tarn guide and i kept it as it has such a great
>photo on the back :)

It's a beauty all right!

trog
19/10/2011
10:17:52 PM
Jonte is well worth a look - we've actually spent more time there than Tarn at the moment, great setting with the vultures flying under you, and lots of sun. It also has more moderate options (we're soft and we're generally too lazy to work routes for long)

Still haven't got to Boffi, been saving it for when the temperatures drop a bit more as it's meant to be a bit of a sun trap. Warmest october for years so far and today is our first rainy day in 2 weeks :)
spicelab
20/10/2011
12:19:48 PM
Is there much single-pitch at Jonte or is it all/mainly multi-pitch?

phil_nev
20/10/2011
1:52:20 PM
On 20/10/2011 spicelab wrote:
>Is there much single-pitch at Jonte or is it all/mainly multi-pitch?

Good mix of both. There is some great looong (40-60m) single picth stamina fests, long rambling multi pithces, long HARD multi pitches as well as some short (10m) power routes.
spicelab
21/10/2011
9:48:01 AM
Ta for that. Last time I was at Tarn we got very close to checking it out but couldn't get enough endorsements about the place from other climbers that had been there.

Seems to fly under the radar compared to Tarn.


phil_nev
21/10/2011
12:44:52 PM

>Seems to fly under the radar compared to Tarn.

Probably because you have to walk more than 5 mins in the Jonte :)

nikolisper
21/10/2011
11:31:29 PM
Second last pic looks epic Phil. Did you climb that?

phil_nev
22/10/2011
9:34:28 AM
Hey Nick! Long time no see old mate! :)

If you talking about the amazing looking overhung arete, then no. Thats the classic 'Adieu Wolfgang' and goes at 9a/35! Looks incredible though.

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