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Doigt De Dieu

This is the exit of climbing route "Doigt de Dieu" (finger of God)

4-5 steps for the whole route, the start of the route is on the left side of the En-Vau calanque (around 300 meters from the beach), on a big platform made of rocks (at sea level).

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