2013-03-16 France, Gorge Du Tarn, Figues Au Cul   Leave a comment

We’re a little late in posting this blog but this magnificent, but polished line, in Figues was the cause of a damaged pulley tendon, 3rd finger, right hand. 

Les Couilles Au Cul, 7b+ is a stamina battering 50mtrs, with a 7a+ crux half way to the first 35mtr pitch, and the 7b+ finger-trashing crux at around 42mtrs.  Fortunately the crux comes after a near hands-free rest, but even so it’s thin and slopery.  A shame because it was nice until the pain.

Les Couilles Au Cul, 7b+

At least a 2 month rest for this bou, hopefully I’ll be back reporting soon.

6a+   7b+

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Posted 2013/04/06 by allend66 in Figues Au Cul, Gorge Du Tarn, Rockclimbing

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