Jette à la Rue 7a Franchard Sablons #Bleau

Jette à la Rue 7a Franchard Sablons #Bleau

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Publiée le le 10 novembre 2017

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Fontainebleau bouldering, an other Fontainebleau day, just enough time to send "Jette à la rue" from Franchard Sablon (next to franchard isatis more info below).
Boulder opened by 'gars des bois' according to bleau.info, Bart van Raaj rate it with a star within his 7+8 topo, for me it was a hard boulder (dynoing with left hand from an awkward launching position...) but still it deserve at least 4/5 stars. Epic jump!
A strange experiment, to feel the jug under the fingers and realizing that your hand isn't grabbing it but just touching it... May be my skin needed to be warmer, and through the attempts it finally warmed up.
Finally, despite that I had to look through the sun, I manage to grab it with my left hand. I repeated it for being sure that it has been well recorded, and if you liked the result do not forget the thumb up!
Still training to send harder dyno from Font adding an other ticks to my dyno check list.
Bouldering with fun and pleasure another tales from fontainebleau coming next week so stay tuned..
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more info:
https://bleau.info/sablons/14520.html
or here:
http://www.bleauboulders.fr/escalade-bloc-fontainebleau/franchard-sablons/jette-a-la-rue
more tips can be asked over g+

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About the forest and sharing some ethics:
https://respectonsbleau.wordpress.com/appeal-english/
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To remember:
The sandstone is fragile.
To preserve the area use chalk with caution and brush it off afterwards.
Chalk should only be used on hands, never directly on the rock!
Clean your climbing shoes on a doormat before any climb.
This is essential to limit rock erosion.
https://www.thecrag.com/climbing/france/fontainebleau/area/14019943

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