Surprising and surprising geological variety to climb – rock more and more beautiful as the climb with a superb and superb 10th length.
Opening : In 2007 and 2008 by Jean – Christian LICHAIRE, Olivier THIERY , Fred MILLOT and Philippe NICOD
Exposition : south
STarting point : Refuge du Petit Mont Cenis (Lanslebourg)
Altitude difference : 350m of lane
Difficulty : TD – 5C obligatory – Mountain way.
Equipement : Spits provided by the CAF Haute Maurienne. Do not touch the equipment in place.
Material : helmet, mountain boots for approach, slippers, 14 quickdraws, 2 large straps, 1 rappel (2 x 50m)
Approach : 40 minutes
Ascencion : 6 heures of ascent
Descent : 45 minutes
Itinerary: 350 meters of track on 3 different rock types 1st part in Quartzite, 2nd part in Schists, and 3rd part in Limestone with drop of water
Download the topo in pdf : Topo Mille-Feuille Mauriennais
The start of the track starts on the right of a crack with a point in a round at the start.
L1 : in 4B
L2 : 4C
L3 : 5C length in S. Pay attention to the draw
L4 : 5B climb vertically, joining the crack.
L5 : cross on the Schisteuse turn to the right.
L6 : 5B length in the vertical. Can be cut in 2 on the ledge.
L7 : 4B climb obliquely to the right on large blocks.
L8 : 6A crack length
L9 : de-escalate to get a foothold on the ledge, then climb the slab in 5b
L10 : above the relay, 5 meters of A0 then a superb aerial length in 6A drop of water with a limestone adherent or on the right length in 6BC-6A obligatory. Then head for a chimney, climb on his left side (3 Spits) to go to relay on the top left. Then follow the aerial ridge in 3 until the summit at 2643 meters (3 Spits).
Descent: from the summit descend into the valley behind and arrived at the pass head to the lake of Mont Cenis to the farm Mestrallet. Up to R10 the way can be rappelling.