THE BOFFI: THE GIANT OF THE GORGE
The Boffi cliffs can be seen from the town, which is only 3 km away by vultures, and dominate the small village of Monna. However, access is recommended from above. The site also hosts a very beautiful via ferrata, very well indicated... you just have to follow the signs, via the D 110 in the direction of Montpellier-le-Vieux, at the level of the Cureplat bridge which marks the confluence between the Tarn and the Dourbie.
At Boffi, in addition to the panorama, there are routes of great flight, steep on a well honeycombed rock and all in grip... About ten sectors for about 160 routes on an exceptional limestone! From 4 sup to 9a, the site attracts very high level competitions.
Cantobre is the name of the site but also that of the village which faces it. Perched on its stone fortress at the confluence of the Dourbie and the Trévezel. Here, the routes are short, powerful on a rock with incredible holes.
Cantobre is the domain of the angry, the mutants who warm up in the 7C before making their cross on one of the 8a or 8b that populate the sector...
Especially the one in "Turbulence". Don't worry, there are also a few easier tracks, but overall, Cantobre is very hot!
It was created to offer a local site, easy to access from Millau (10 minutes by car), with a well signposted site and car park. You can't miss it!
A 5 to 10 minute walk to get there and you're ready to take your quickdraws out and play around in one of the 50 routes in the area, in one or two pitches maximum.