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Rock Climbing in Gap

Gap is a classy and picture-perfect commune in the Southeast of France, with acres upon acres of alpine terrain to rock climb on.

The commune of Gap, in Southeast France, is a quaint, pretty, rustique and charming commune surrounded by some of the most sumptuous countryside in the country. This countryside contains many rock surfaces, walls and cliffs on which to rock climb, ensuring there is something for everyone. Take a look at our rock climbing trips in Gap, here at Explore-Share!

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There are many reasons for choosing Rock Climbing in Gap

Gap is the highest prefecture in France, standing at 750m above sea level, and is mainly located in a wide valley surrounded by hills and mountains. The vast reams of green fields, valleys and forest are punctured by dramatic and epic rock formations and faces, perfect for rock climbing.


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How to get there

Fly to Grenoble, from which it is approximately a 100km drive

Best time to visit

May - October, when the weather is warmest and conditions driest


Warm Summers, with temperatures ranging from 20-27 degrees celsius

More info about Rock Climbing in Gap:

Some of the rock climbing can be challenging, so please ensure you are in good physical shape and have prior rock climbing experience. The weather can get quite hot in Gap during the Summer, so please ensure you have appropriate clothing and a hat and sunscreen


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