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Graham Lynch

info@climb09.com

00 33 (0) 6 88 91 49 22

  Whether you want to climb top quality sport routes in the Ariège, climb the famous cols of the Tour de France, or climb the 3000m peaks of the Pyrenees, climb09 is the place for you!  
 
climb09 is all about your holiday here with us in the wonderful region of the Ariège. We aim to combine comfortable accommodation, a warm and relaxing welcome, and all the information you could need to make your time here a success.

Graham has been welcoming guests to the Ariège for ten years, and waving them goodbye as friends for just as long. We can arrange a variety of friendly, comfortable accommodation to suit your needs in the heart of the Ariège department of France. As keen climbers, cyclists and walkers we can also provide all the info you'll need to make the most of your holiday in this fabulous part of the world.We are around an hour from the airports of Toulouse and Carcassonne and within easy reach of the rest of the Pyrénées and Spain.

Christine ready to take on the Ariegeoise cycle race
 
  Graham climbing at Sinsat


Being here puts us in the perfect location to enjoy outdoor activities. Graham has been climbing and mountaineering for so long he really should be better at it by now!

He is also a recent convert to road biking (this is France after all) and has completed several races.

Hopefully we'll be able to share our knowledge and enthusiasm for the area with you soon.

 
  Graham climbing at Sinsat
 
 

Why climb09 ?
Simple really - 09 refers to the Ari�ge department of France - the number is seen on all the local number plates.