Corconne : La 60m

Corconne : La 60m

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Map

  • IGN - 2742ET - Ganges - St-Martin-de-Londres - Pic St-Loup

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General

activities:

Type: highline

quality: fine

Location

heights

route_length: 60 m

height: 35 m

route_history

Who and when? Fred Pascal, Tancrède Melet, Thomas Van Eeckhaute in february 2011.

description

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General Access

(Google Map)

Park in Corconne on top of the village park, walk behind the cliffs following the "pont du hasard" (bridge of chance) direction. You arrive to a natural arch. The highline is 30m behind you, and 30m over you. Go under the "pont du hasard" arch and go on for 20m. On the right side, go to the right until you reach the top of the plateau. Walk 20m and go down into the first or second notch to the cliff. The highline starts on the largest protrusion.

Where?

The highline is 35m next to the "pont du hasard", after the 25m and the 50m.

Linking

The best is to use the 25m highline. Pre tape the webbing and the backup, as
the wind is always a pity when you have twists in the slackline.

Rigging

Left side perfect.

slackline_anchor1

Right side (east): 3 bolts for force and 1 for backup. Rocks for extra backup 3m above. Bolts are hidden in the bush, but close.

slackline_anchor2

Left side (west): the bolts are 15m after the 50m bolts of th highline. They are 5m of the side of the cliff as the rock is bad before. Tensioning is good on that side.
4 12mm bolts, use 3 for force with slings to make a good anchoring, and 1 for backup. General backup behind.

remarks

Stand up start sketchy on the left side, as you have a platform. From left to right, the walk seems harder, as the view is wider. Right anchor a bit high.

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

gear

Bring 8 12mm bolt hangers.

external_resources

Imported from the Highline Database
Picture: http://tombouctoumanu.org/?p=125. Text: T. Melet. Many thanks to them.

More pictures: http://tombouctoumanu.org/?p=125

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