5 adventures

Mont Blanc: Arête de l'Innominata

Mont Blanc: Arête de l'Innominata

Courmayeur
19.8 km3,489 m
The integral ridge of the Innominata is composed of 2 parts: the 1<sup>re</sup> from Refuge Monzino to Bivouac Eccles, and the 2<sup>de</sup> from Bivouac Eccles to Mont Blanc. The 1<sup>re</sup>party can be avoided by bypassing it by the Glacier du Brouillard (direct version).
Severe
Private
Col des Chasseurs (Peuterey): en boucle

Col des Chasseurs (Peuterey): en boucle

Chamonix
1.1 km268 m
A very varied stroll combining several activities: hiking, via ferrata (*2), climbing and abseiling, glacier walking (optional) to this, you can combine a night in a refuge (Borelli or Monzino)... and go around one way or the other.
Moderate
Private
Pointes Lachenal: Voie Contamine

Pointes Lachenal: Voie Contamine

Chamonix
2.5 km454 m
Point Lachenal has several climbing routes. The Contamine route is the first route opened in this face by André Contamine, Pierre Labrunie and Robert Wohlschlag on August 30, 1959.
Extreme
Private
Aiguille d'Entrèves: Traversée SW >> NE

Aiguille d'Entrèves: Traversée SW >> NE

Courmayeur
3.3 km308 m
The crossing of the Aiguille d'Entrèves can be done in both directions, but it seems more logical in the SW >> NE direction (no IV on the way up).
Difficult
Private
Teufelsgrat (Arete du Diable) - spektakuläre Grattour auf den Mont Blanc du Tacul

Teufelsgrat (Arete du Diable) - spektakuläre Grattour auf den Mont Blanc du Tacul

Chamonix
10.4 km1,231 m
The 5 towers (Corne du Diable, Pointe Chambert, Pointe Mediane, Pointe Carmen, Isolee) are all over 4000m high and therefore you have to wait for very good conditions. Due to the very long overall length of the tour, the aspirants must be in good condition for the tour.
Private