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St - Cergue (Arc Lèmanique) **** I

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St - Cergue Arc Lèmanique Switzerland 2
3a - 5b: 0
5b+ - 6a+: 20
6b - 7a: 12
7a+ - 7c: 0
7c+ - 9a: 0
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Description

Routen gesamt Ausrichtung Style Höhe
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= 32 south 1000 M.ü.M.
 
 
 
 

Short climbing routes above the lake of Geneva

St-Cerque is located above the lake of Geneva and offers relatively short routes in a high quality rock. The climbing spot is perfect for the first rock climbings after a long winter and also fits for beginners. The routes in St-Cergue are well aranged and principally in the lower difficulties. But the walls on the two sectors are only about 12 meters high. The approach is only a few minutes walk either from the railwaystation or from the parking spot. The biggest crags in the neighbourhood are Salève near Geneva or St.Loup, located 30km from the city of Lausanne.


Attention: Please consider the terms and conditions

Concierge

 
 
 
 
Single Rope 50m
Double rope -
Nuts -
Friends -
Quickdraws 10
Slings -
Cords -
Hammer-Bolts -
 
 
 
 
Rock Limestone
Style
Exposition south
Sun 10:00 - 18:00
Altitude 1000 m
Routes 32
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  • 12
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Height 20 m
Equipment 5 - Legend key
Severity I - Legend key
My first steps Yes
Website -


Season

  • January
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October
  • November
  • December

Access draft

Access

by car 10' St-Cergue Google Map ?
by public transportation 10' St - Cergue Fahrplan

Guidebook

  • plaisir Jura

  • Escalades - Vaud et Bas Valais



Suitability for children

no danger for children Yes
Pram Yes
Routes for children Yes

Hints

  • During the summer the climbing spot lies within the shadow of the trees.
  • Possible to climbing during the winter. Can be accessed without skis. Wall faces south.
  • Some sectors offers good climbing possibilities for courses and groups.

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Climbing spots nearby

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    St.Loup