Climbing routes

The Roc des Tours cliff is above both the La Culaz climbing area as well as Le Grand-Bornand Chinaillon. Climbing is on average to high-quality rock.
The Pointe de Chombas tops out at 2468 m. One of the most remote walls of the Aravis Mountains! High-quality 4-star limestone, with multiple routes of moderate difficulty.
South-facing cliff at 1250 meters altitude in a small, hidden valley.
The Rocher de la Salla ("Rocher" is one of many words for "Rock" in French) tops out at 2217 m. This formation separates the Paccaly and Tardevant coombs.
This multi-pitch route on Paré de Joux is along the right bank of the Grand Crêt coomb (viewer's left), and has the quickest and easiset approach when parking at Les Confins. Topping out at 2167 m, this is one of the finer routes of the area.
Mont Charvet tops out at 2538 m and is one of the highest summits of the Aravis Mountains. Enjoy the quiet tranquility of this beautiful area.
The Tour du Jalouvre ("Tour" means "Tower", 1988 m) is a sub-peak of the Pic du Jalouvre (2408 m), a popular summit for hikers. High-quality climbing of moderate difficulty, this southeast-facing area dries quickly, allowing early-season climbing.
Located at 1500 meters altitude, with an easy approach and moderate routes. A perfect place to learn to climb.
The "Aiguille Noire de Tardevant" tops out at 2232 meters. This "Matterhorn of the Aravis Mountains" ("aiguille" means "spire") separates the Tardevant and Grande Forclaz coombs (gullies). Fantastic northeast-facing limestone routes.
Pointe du Midi's multiple pillars form a superb and amazing cliff band 250 m high. Climbing of moderate difficulty.