Premiere is the far left hand side of Chuenisberg. Often neglected it has a few excellent routes. As with the rest of Chuenisberg it is in the shade, and so good for hot summer days, but equally slow to dry and cold in the winter.
Sport and bolted routes
|Topo Ref||Route||Sport Grade||Length||Quality||Description||Tick|
The middle of the three routes at the left hand side of the crag has a tricky move low down
The line just right of the last route, with a hard pull at the start and even harder pull at the end
|07||The yellow shark||6a+||16m|
The crack and overhanging wall. Excellent
|11||The adventures of Greggery Peggery||6a||15m|
A short route at the left side of the long buttress that leads to Ravage
|22||Born to lose||5a||14m|
Crack line. Shares the same lower off as "Born to lose"
The short, steep overhanging wall
At the left hand side of the "Satisfaction" buttress is a tree near the crag. Left of this is a broken wall that leads to a terrace below an overhanging upper wall. This is the left hand of the three routes from the terrace.
|26||Nit lugg loo||7b||30m||
The middle line from the terrace. Shares the same lead in as "Bronenosez"
|27||Techniciens et dilletantes||7a+||30m||
The right hand line from the terrace. Shares the same lead in as "Bronenosez"
|33||Reve d'hiver (Angie)||6b||15m||
The left slanting fault line.
|35||L'éclat c'est moi||6c||15m|
|38||Zur blauen Rebe||6a||17m||
The overhung crack at the left hand side of the Ravage buttress.Name marked at the bottom
Starts up zur blauen Rebe and goes right at the first bolt to climb the wall and finish up a crack