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Midsummer in France
The new edition of the Chamonix climbing guide is finally here. The summer in France can come. Climbing in the mountains around Chamonix. Awesome. The alpine ambience rejoices and you are guaranteed to be inspired.
The guide itself has an extremely practical format and is very well prepared. Very good site plans, good topos and understandable explanations of the location. Access and necessary equipment are described and of course the type of rock, the altitude of the area and the predominant style of climbing. All around good and for once in English!
The crags covered in this guidebook include Le Fayet, Servoz, Le Paré, Le Labo, Les Chavants, Coupeau, Roc Dément, Roc des Os, Les Bossons, Les Gaillands, Le Brévent, La Flégère, Le Montenvers, Les Mottets, La Pierre d’Orthaz, Les dalles de l’Arveyron, Le Chapeau, La Joux, Le monolithe de la Chauffria, Moraine d’Argentière, Les Chéserys – Remuaz, Le Chenavier, Le Col des Montets / côté Argentière, Le Col des Montets / côté Vallorcine, Vallorcine, Vallon de Bérard, Le Passet, Mur du Loup, Barberine, Chatelards-Giétroz
Area: Mountains of Chamonix
Rock: gneiss, granite,
Difficulties: almost every grade, mostly the 5th and 6th grade of the french scale, single and multi pitches
Protection: from sport climbing conditions to semi equipped routes for trade climbing
Season: late spring, summer, early fall
F. Burnier, D. Potard