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Sisteron - site d'escalade
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Sisteron possède un secteur d'escalade complètement à l'ombre, avec une face inclinée à petites prises rondes, un peu déroutante, et une face surplombante proposant des voies beaucoup plus difficiles.

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Uploaded: 23/07/2014
Updated: 25/07/2014
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