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Gorge du Tarn rock climbing photograph – Le Puerta de Sol, F6c

Gorge du Tarn rock climbing photograph – Le Puerta de Sol, F6c

The photograph shows Brian Rogers climbing Le Puerta de Sol, F6c, at Les Baumes sector in the Gorge du Tarn. The photograph was taken by Mark Hodson.

The Gorge du Tarn offers excellent steep and overhanging routes that will test stamina of the very best climbers.  These long single pitch routes are best suited for climbers who climb at F6c and above, though there are a limited number of climbs below this grade. 

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The Languedoc-Roussillion rock climbing guidebook covers the sport climbing at Gorge du Tarn

The Languedoc-Roussillion rock climbing guidebook covers the sport climbing at Gorge du Tarn, Cantobre, Gorge de la Jonte and Le Boffi

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Gorge du Tarn rock climbing photograph – Bar-bitturique, F8a Gorge du Tarn rock climbing photographs – Le spectre de l'ottokar, F8b+ Gorge du Tarn rock climbing photograph – Le Puerta de Sol, F6c Gorge du Tarn rock climbing photograph – The Tennessee sector Cantobre rock climbing photographs – V02 Max, F8b

Click on the thumbnail images opposite to view a larger photograph showing the excellent rock climbing to be found in the Gorge du Tarn and Cantobre, in southwest France.

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Return to rock climbing in Southwest France

The Languedoc-Roussillion rock climbing guidebook covers the sport climbing at Gorge du Tarn

The Languedoc-Roussillion rock climbing guidebook covers the sport climbing at Gorge du Tarn, Cantobre, Gorge de la Jonte and Le Boffi

Buy this guidebook from our shop.