No Fly Zone

(5 routes)

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Type: 
Wall
Aspect: 
South West
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
No Fly Zone 20 25m
0
The most left hand route on the main No Flyzone wall. Curve up past a well protected crux at halfway to a belay on the left of a small roof. The top section of the neighbouring Coller de Hors can be used as a second pitch of 10m going at grade 16: Step out right to first bolt and continue on up big holds.
Coller De Hors 23 35m
3
15bolts
The first and longest route on this sector , with excellent quality rock. Climb through the overhang to the crux la rose move and steep head wall. Either satic or dyno for the pockets out right (crux) then continue to the top. The grade eases off the higher you get but remains steep and exposed. Great climbing in a fantastical position., one of my favorites.
John an der Werff
Feariswheel 23 25m
0
12bolts
This climb is sustained but well protected. The crux involves pulling over the overhang and getting established on the steep wall above. Steep climb on good rock.
John an der Werff
Climb this you Bastard 22 30m
0
12bolts
An intimidating line that gets harder the higher you climb, with its crux headwall and bold finish. A bit of everything in terms of climbing, slabs, cracks, faces and a overhang. Rock a bit soft at the start.
John an der Werff
Le Stix 24 35m
0
14bolts
The pronqunced streack on the last buttress of this sector. This climb has two cruxes, one high and one low. The highr you get the steeper it is and the resr quickly disappear. The second bolt is tricky to clip due to the nature of the rock but good side pulls are there if you can find them.
John an der Werff