Take advantage of all the diverse climbing terrains and incredible views that this spectacularly beautiful region has to offer!
Rock climbing in Cerces and Ecrins
Autonomy on big walls in Ailefroide (6 days, 7 nights)
Rock climbing initiation course in the Briançonnais
Climbing the Dôme des Ecrins
Multi-pitch climbing in Les Hautes Alpes
Grand Brianconnais, France, Guided Rock Climbing
1-day Ailefroide rock climbing tour
What should I know about Rock Climbing France?
Located on a plateau that rises more than 1.300 meters above sea level, Briançon is the highest city in France and a great jumping off point for all kinds of outdoor adventures. It is located at the confluence of the Durance and Guisane rivers and has excellent access to various different climbing terrains. Both the Ecrins and Hautes-Alpes are easily accessible, providing prospective climbers with more single and multi-pitch ascents than you could fit into a single itinerary. In addition to rock climbing, the area is also a popular spot for kayaking and cycling during the summer as well as skiing and ice climbing during the winter.
Why should I choose France for my Rock Climbing adventure?
As you climb and once you reach the summit, you will be immersed in the region’s stunning beauty. From snow-capped mountains on the horizon to excellent views back down into the valley, there is plenty to see throughout the trip.
Come for the culture
When you are not out climbing, there is plenty to see and do in the hamlet of Briançon. The small city boasts the remains of the Fortifications of Vauban, which are a UNESCO World Heritage sight. The food is great too!
Test both your mental and physical endurance when you get out onto the rocks. Not only does rock climbing exercises your core and upper body, but keeps you constantly thinking about where your next move will be too.
What can I expect from the weather during my Rock Climbing trip in France?
During the summer, the weather is fairly warm with average daily temperatures of about 20ºC to 25ºC. However, the temperature does decrease as altitude increases. Rain is also not very common. Each of the summer months has, on average, about seven rainy days.
Which language is predominantly spoken in the France region?
What currency is accepted around France?
How many days should I allocate for my France Rock Climbing experience?
This really depends on how much time you have. Guides offer trips of varying lengths from a single day to an entire week. Outside of rock climbing, there are plenty of other activities to enjoy in this area as well.
What's the country code for the France region?
When is the best time to travel to France for Rock Climbing?
June to September
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