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Cimai - the sector close to the quarry
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Cimaï climbing ban lifted

01.07.2011 by Planetmountain

The climbing ban at Cimai, France, has been lifted.

Good news from France: the climbing ban has been partially lifted at Cimaï, the sport crag close to Toulon. The ban had been issued in May by the local town council as a result of potential rock fall and the only sector wherre climbing is still prohibited are EB and On ze Roc, located close to the quarry on the left.

Cimaï is one of France's premier crags, circa 15km NW of Toulon. It hosts about 150 routes and much like nearby Buoux, throughout the 1980's and early '90's sport climbing history was written all over these limestone walls.


For up-to-date access information about Cimaï check out the FFME website.

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