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Lac Blanc 


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Lat, Long: 46.27208, -73.98874 Map Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Greg Kuchyt on Sep 2, 2013
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Description 

The cliff is located on the east shore of Lac Blanc and faces south west. As such it receives early morning shade and then all day sun. The positioning above the lac allows for a slight breeze which can help cut the heat during the warm summer temperatures. Supposedly this is a good crag to avoid crowds.

As with many cliffs in Quebec, you should be a member of the FQME to climb here.


Getting There 

From Montreal, take the 25 Nord until it turns into 125 N. Take 125 to Notre Dame de la Merci and then take 347 Sud for 8 km until an intersection. Follow 347 Sud for a bit less than 2 km until an obvious sign for parking (stationement) on the left.
The approach trail begins on the west end of the parking lot (look for the sign to Lac Blanc). Follow the trail over a bridge and take a left (right goes to Lac Castor). The trail is approximately 2 km and should take about 15-20 minutes.


6 Total Routes


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Lezard 5.10- 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a  North America : Canada : ... : Left End
(AKA Lézard)A cool crux on a great feature! The moves on the flake are very enjoyable and offer fun positioning!Crank out the move to the first bolt (not really that bad). Then tech your way up the high-angle slab/face to a stance below the small overlap. Figure out the positioning needed to pull out of the overlap into the small left-facing corner that leads to heroic positioning on the cool flake feature. Continue right to the anchor....[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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