Fri 10th Apr - Mon 13th Apr, 2020
Cancelled - Fontainebleau
Do you like cake? Do you like fine french pastries? Do you like cheap good wine? Do you like soft cheese? Oh.... and do you like bouldering?
WELL... Fontainebleau is the trip for you!
The forest of Fontainebleau holds some amazing bouldering venues with a relaxed atmosphere where you do as much or as little as you wish.
There is also the opportunity for exploring in the forest as well, with others doing a spot of Geocaching, hammock sleeping and sun bathing.
10th - 13th April (variable) - Good Friday to Easter Monday 2020
We will be staying at Campsite Les Pres.
We would be looking to get numbers to book the Campsite on the March 13th.
What We need to know is:
- Are you coming?
- Can you drive
- Do you have a car
- Are you willing to drive to Font
- What days are you able to do.
This will allow us to see who we can buddy people up with to car share.
A few of us have made this pilgrimage quite a few times passing the England's Southern Sandstone and move onto the hard French.
There are some large supermarkets located a short drive from the campsite to buy food staples. There is a local bakery to buy breakfast from each morning. At least once over the trip the pizza van will be on site and I would also suggest that we have a BBQ one night.
You will need to provide your own food, camping equipment and don't forget your climbing shoes.
If there is anyone not going that has mats we could borrow it would be greatly appreciated.
Myself and Izy will be going from London and will meet you there, but will endeavor to have the camp ground partly set up.
Wet weather options:
- Astrix land
- Disney land
- Hire Kayaks next door
- Some big French building
Some climbing venues can be found on the link below:
Fontainebleau is the most popular bouldering destination in the world and a must visit place for every climber. Situated about 70 km South-East from Paris the climbing area consists of multiple different sectors located around the Fontainebleau village.
Hope to see you there!
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