Today I went rock climbing/hiking with Benoît and Adélie at Sixt Fer a Cheval, a small town about an hour away from Bonneville, it is not very far from Mt. Blanc. It took us about two hours to get to the top of the climbing site, but only forty five minutes to come down.
I looked down only to see the beatiful view that we had of the mountains and the small town, but other than that I did not look down at the large rock that I was in the middle of climbing. There were some scary moments but I came out of it just fine.
It was a really nice experience that I have never had before and don't know when I will have the chance to do it again. This was the first time that I have done rock climbing outside of the high school gym's rock wall, and the rock walls at REI.
After the climb we went to see the Cascade de Rouget,the largest waterfall in all of Europe, it was a short ten minutes away from where we climbed. It was very beautiful and it cooled us off very nicely, after three hours in the sun, it was 28C (83F) again today! It was a really beautiful day and Anne said one of the last nice weekends to go climbing, because we have concerts almost every weekend with the Harmonie and after May, it is going to get really hot.
I had a really nice time and this will be added to my collection of amazing experiences in France!
Bonne Journée tout le monde!