Tête Ronde : Dalle de la Rosière - Solstice d'été

Tête Ronde : Dalle de la Rosière - Solstice d'été

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Associated waypoints

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Map

  • Swisstopo - 45 - Haute-Savoie
  • IGN - 3431OT - Lac d'Annecy
  • IGN - 3430ET - La Clusaz - Grand-Bornand
  • IGN - 3430OT - Mont Salève - St-Julien-en-Genevois - Annemasse

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General

route_types: return_same_way
activities:
durations: 1 day(s)
rock_types: calcaire

climbing_outdoor_type: multi

configuration: face

quality: medium

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Rating

D+  
5c > 5bA0

    I    P1 

heights

elevation min/max : 1150 m / 1864 m

height_diff: +120 m / -2253 m

height_diff_difficulties: 120 m

orientations

E W S N

description

Classic limestone slab climbing with amazing runnels, (cannelures.)

Approach

2 possibilities: From Glières or Thuy, 1h in each case.

From the N, Glières

Take the road from Thorens to the Glières plateau. Once the road starts go down again take a right turn and then a second right turn after a few 100 metres, (Ablon). Park at the start of this road as vehicle access is restricted. Walk S, direction Thônes, on a shaded track. A little before reaching the Rosiere Chalets, take a path to the right to reach a scree slope leading up to the foot of the cliff.

From the S, Thuy

From Annecy follow the Thones road and leave it for Thuy, (a liitle before Thones.) Take the road through Sapey and about 700m beyond, take the track for 500m to Nant-Debout. Park here, (not many options.) Walk along the GR 96 and the little valley to the Rosière Chalets. After the chalets take the path on the left which lead up to some scree coming down from the foot of the cliff.

The route starts 40m to the left of the top of the scree cone. The name is painted on the rock.

Route

L1 5c A bit strenuous (or A0) then 5b, steep but good holds.
L2 4b/4c Short wall then a nice slab with pockets.
L3 4b/4c A slab then delicate climbing up a runnel, 5b
L4 5b A very nice slab with a runnel a with a difficult move at the end.
L5 4c/5a Beautiful runnels, classic climbing for the grade.

Descent

Abseil down the route.

remarks

Very well bolted

Sensitive areas
There are sensitive areas on this route. Please refer to the map.

gear

10 quickdraws

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