Climbing: Petit Palais – Quel trip te guette ?

Last Saturday we went back to the cliff of Petit Palais, near la Turbie. After the heavy rain of last week, many routes were wet but we still had a nice climbing day. I sent “Quel trip te guette” (7c+) probably the nicest route of the cliff and “Le retour de Mö” (7c/7c+) which is a bit more bouldery. Anna made a first try in “Quel trip te guette”.

Philippe in Quel trip te guette, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)
Philippe in Quel trip te guette, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)

The routes on the right of “Quel trip te guette” are dry, the ones in the center of the cliff are wet, and “Engage ou dégage” and the last routes on the left are dry.

The Cliff of Petit Palais (© P. Gatta)
The Cliff of Petit Palais (© P. Gatta)

Routes: 19 routes from 6c+ to 8a+.

Anna in Quel trip te guette, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)
Anna in Quel trip te guette, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)

Thanks to Jordan Nanin for the photos.

Anna in Quel trip te guette, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)
Anna in Quel trip te guette, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)

Philippe in Quel trip te guette, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)
Philippe in Quel trip te guette, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)

Philippe in Le retour de Mö, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)
Philippe in Le retour de Mö, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)

Anna in the top of Quel trip te guette, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)
Anna in the top of Quel trip te guette, 7c+ (© P. Gatta. Photo J. Nanin)

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