A nice line of south facing cliffs reaching 30m in height set in the middle of a forest overlooking the beautiful Doubs valley. The rock is typical Jurassic limestone, and climbing at Clémont is on steep slabs and walls with small edges and cracks. The routes are mostly between 6a and 8a.  The area has been very well bolted. Some of the routes still have some loose rock, it is worth wearing a helmet at the bottom. Bolting is not allowed on the far left hand side of the cliff, or the upper tier at any time, and there is a no climbing due to nesting birds from Feb14th to June 16th. In the summer the crag can be very hot, however on calm sunny days in winter, it is very pleasant no matter how cold the air temperature.

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Clémont, Escalade sur le massif du Lomont. Stephen Paillard, Gilles Blanchon. CD25 FFME

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