Mozet, also known as "Rochers de Thon-Samson" is a nice crag in the valley of the Samson River.
The climbing is, as always in Belgium, on compact grey and slippery-ish limestone.
The style is highly technical, but the start of routes is often bouldery. Most routes are around 25m. The cliff lies in a forest and even the top barely reaches out of the leaves, making it a shady place where you can climb also on warmer days - even though the orientation is mostly South.
We wouldn't call the crag ideal for families, but it's definitely possible. The approach is decent, although it is uphill. Once at the crag, there are flat spots for the little ones to play. But the cliff base is on a hill, so be aware.
Have fun exploring this beautiful crag.
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