La Mare aux Corneilles
Sure you heard about Pirouette Cacaouette, this enough is of course a good reason to visit the area. But there are a lot more around. This is a quiet and outspread area, you might meet someone at Pirouette, but often that's it. The other problems are though worth a visit. For a training day, have a look at Le toit Cornélien. This roof has more training problems than an average climbing gym, all roof climbs. The area is not really family friendly. Paths are somewhat non-existing for most problems. You can find problems stretching from really easy to 8A+, so most people can enjoy a few days in this area.

Here are some good ones to check out:

La Cicatrice de l'Ohm 8A+
Pirouette Cacaouette 7C
Rio Bravo 7C
Coup de Chaleur 7B
Tubique 7B
Climat-Tique 7A+
Grand Reef 7A
Jet Stream 7A
6 Clones 6C+
Le toit cornélien 6B+
Angleterre à Terre (debout) 6A+
Truel 5+

Just to mention a few. There might also be some sneaky first ascents possible.

It's recommended to download this guide offline, reception is mostly bad around the area.

Mare aux Corneilles

The area is access sensitive!

Park at the parking along the road D152. Take the path Route des petites maisons (Really not easy to see the sign). Check GPS to find the boulder of your choice.
The area has been partly closed from autumn 2020 because of a nature protection program (IBR). The Integral biological reserves are protected natural areas without human intervention. It's forbidden to go over any fences and you might get fined doing so.