And for safe climbing, follow the guides:

For amateurs, many routes are equipped and accessible. Discover below 5 sites equipped and approved by the French Mountain and Climbing Federation (FFME).

The Pic Saint-Loup and the Hortus are two limestone massifs that offer numerous climbing routes.

Between the sea and the Cevennes, you are on a Mediterranean climb surrounded by garrigue and the Pic Saint Loup vineyards. The change of scenery is total and the impression of freedom incomparable, with unbeatable views.

Known to experienced climbers, some of the routes are among the most difficult, such as the feat of 27 year old Sébastien Bouin from Montpellier who "freed" a new route in 202O on the limestone wall of the Baume des Escargots. More informations.

The Pic Saint-Loup is full of exceptional spots and panoramas, whether you are a beginner and want to do your first routes under the supervision of instructors or for solo outings. 

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