Crag Climbs in Chamonix

£24.95

A guide to many of the low lying, easily accessible, bolted (and hopefully, sunny) crags in the Chamonix area. 30 crags and 4 bouldering venues are described.

Stock Code: COR CE646

Approximate Packed Weight: 0.45kg

Crag Climbs in Chamonix

Crag Climbs in Chamonix
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A guide to many of the low lying, easily accessible, bolted (and hopefully, sunny) crags in the Chamonix area, from Le Fayet in the West to Barberine and Giétroz just over the Swiss border in the East. It covers all the crags and bouldering of note in the Chamonix and Vallorcine valleys plus a few routes in the high mountains that are easily accessible via the lift system.

30 crags and 4 bouldering venues are described.

Crags: Le Fayet (Lower, Upper and Les Thermes), Servoz, La Paré, Le Labo, Les Chavants, Coupeau, Roc Dément, Roc des Os, Les Gaillands, Le Brévant, La Flégère, Le Montenvers, Les Mottets, Les Dalles de l’Arveyron, Le Chapeau, La Joux, La Chauffria Monolith, L’Aiguillette d’Argentière, Les Chéserys - Remuaz, Le Chenavier, Vallorcine, Vallon de Bérard, Le Passet (The Wall, Lower Crag, Upper Crag), Mur du Loup, Le Passet, Barberine, Châtelard-Giétroz.

Bouldering: Les Bossons, La Pierre d’Orthaz, Morraine d’Argentière, Le Col des Montets (Argentière side), Le Col des Montets (Vallorcine side).

A very useful guide to have to hand if the weather turns poor in the high mountains (which it inevitably will!)

Excellent colour maps, photodiagrams and line diagrams with lots of action shots.

In English.

By François Burnier and Dominique Potard.

Card cover, 16cm x 11cm, 302 pages.

Ninth edition 2019.

ISBN: 9-782910-6722-94.

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