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Location: Grand Brissogne/Pollein/Charvensod Municipalities Aosta Valley, Italy, Europe

Lat/Lon: 45.67920°N / 7.38483°E

Object Title: 33 ROUTES OF MONTE EMILIUS (3559m) First Part

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Overview

(Walls and Arêtes)

Mount Emilius is a big pyramid made up of four ridges and four faces; one of these splits into S-SW and W-SW above the Frozen Lake – which is what remains of the ancient Emilius Glacier. The majestic Northern Side of the mountain overlooks the Arpisson deep Valley and its two glaciers (the Eastern and the Western one); on the other hand, the mountain also casts its shadow onto the Town of Aosta with a 3000-metre drop. In the East, a 500 m. vertical face extends out into the Blantsette Glacier, whereas another SE wall, which is less steep and less abrupt than the former, projects onto the Laures Valley with its four lakes (Lower, Long, Superior and Frozen Little Lake) north of Brissogne. In the South, its slopes are less steep and extend out into the Arbolle Valley by means of big moraines, which bear witness to the activity of the ancient pre-existing mass of ice. A long SW spur is generated by its W ridge; starting from this latter location, a rock-climbing route equipped with ropes going from Bivacco Federigo (9 places) to Carrel Pass was created in the 2004 Summer. As far as topographical, geological and architectural aspects are concerned, the mountain has 10 BASIC or CRUCIAL ROUTES; furthermore, all existing routes (i.e. high, average or low difficulty) have been analyzed.




EMILIUS's NORTH WALL from Northern.

(Pareti e Creste)

Il Monte Emilius è una grandiosa piramide con 4 creste e 4 pareti, una delle quali si sdoppia in S-SW e W-SW sopra il Lago Gelato, residuo dell'Antico Ghiacciaio dell'Emilius. Domina con la sua imponente parete N il Vallone dell'Arpisson con i suoi 2 ghiacciai (Or. e Occ.) e proietta la sua ombra dall'alto di 3000 metri di dislivello sulla Città di Aosta. Verso levante lascia cadere una parete E verticale di 500 metri sul Ghiacciaio Blantsette, mentre un'altra SE, meno scoscesa e difficile, scende sempre sul Vallone des Laures ed i suoi quattro laghi (Dessous o Inferiore, Lungo, Dessus o Superiore ed al Laghetto Ghiacciato), sopra Brissogne. A S i suoi versanti sono meno ripidi e si proiettano verso il Lungo Vallone di Arbolle con grandi morene, a dimostrazione dell'attività dell'antica massa glaciale pre-esistente. Un lungo Contrafforte SW viene partorito dalla sua cresta W, ove dall'estate 2004 è stata tracciata una Via Ferrata con partenza dal Bivacco Federigo Zullo (9 posti) al Col Carrel. Dal punto di vista topografico-geologico e ARCHITETTONICO la montagna è costituita da 10 VIE FONDAMENTALI o di BASE; inoltre abbiamo analizzato tutte le vie esistenti: di alta, media e bassa DIFFICOLTA'.

FUNDAMENTAL ROUTES or BASIS

A) – S-SE Arête (Normal Route of "Three Capuchins" 1823): Giovan Battista Defey, Lorenzo Cerise and a company unmentionable; ? th?, 1823; FIRST WINTER (ABSOLUTE) Lino Binel, Amedeo Berthod and Leonardo Cossard.; Feb 15th, 1934; difference in level 315/25m; as F or F+ (It. 24).

B) S Slope (South Little Couloir and W Crest, new route): Osvaldo Cardellina, solo; Jul 08th, 1984; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 360/70m; (50°/42°/38°); AD+/PD-.

C) – W-SW Great Pillar and W Crest ("Direct Line to Grey Jump", new route 1986): Osvaldo Cardellina and Danilo Garzotto; Oct 11th, 1986; in day from Pila, round trip; diff. in level 400m (350m + 50m); AD (It. 27).

D) – NW Ridge and W Arête ("Old Route on N Wall of Little Emilius" 1897 and "Via Ferrata-2004"): Giovan Battista Devalle, Ercole Daniele, Alessandro Pession and Luigi Bich, Valtournanche Mountain Guides; from Arpisson Alp; Aug 29/30th, 1897; First Winter and first lone, Nerino Gobbo; winter 1940/41; d. in lev. 650m (450+200m); AD+/D-/AD- (It. 01,D/23).

E) – N Wall (N Éperon) and W Arête ("Binel-Crétier" 1927): Lino Binel and Amilcare Crétier; Aug 20/21th, 1927; first solo: Gianni Pais Becher 27.07.1967; first solitary repetition Christian Gianni Ilario Cardellina; Jul 12th, 1998; in day from Pila; d. im lev. 720m (680+40m); D-/D+/AD+ (It. 08,D/23).

F) – Triangolo Nero and N Edge ("Black Triangle" and N Edge 1960): Angelo Bozzetti and Pietro "Piero" Rosset, Mountain Guides of Valpelline; Sep 10/11th, 1960; first repetition Dante Bibois, Alfredo Grappein and Ettore Grappein Cogne's Mountain Guides; Jul 22/23th, 1983; d. in lev. 590m (400+190m); ED (It. F/14)

G) - NE Ridge and N Edge ("of Three Curates" 1906): Abbots Georges "Louis" Bonin, Pantaléon Bovet, Joseph Henry and Engineer Nino Tofani; Aug. 01/02th, 1906; from Barons Beck Peckoz Les Laures Hunting House; First Winter: Pietro "Piero Rosset", Mountain Carrier of Valpelline and Franco Garda; Feb th?, 1949; in day from Comboé; d. in lev. 420/30m; AD-/AD+/AD- (It. G/16).

H) - E Wall ("Chabod-Gervasutti" 1935): Renato Chabod and Giusto Gervasutti; Jun 25/26th, 1935; first repetition: Pietro "Piero" Rosset, Valpelline's Mountain Carrier and Franco Garda; Summer th?, 1946; from Huntig House Beck Peckoz at The Laures; First Winter: Abele Blanc, Cogne's Mountain Guide and Carlo Lucianaz Jan 01/2th, 1989; first solo from Les Laures: Giovanni Matteo "Agostino" Zulian; Sep 04/05th, 1961; first lone repetition: Ezio Donzel; Aug 15/16th, 1975 (new route of left); from Les Laures d. in lev. 500m; D+/TD- (It. H/18).

I) - E Arête ("of Brissogne" 1902): Abbot Joseph Henry and Grégoire Comé, Charvensod's Mountain Guide; Sep 16th, 1902, in descent and ascent; from Comboé Alpage; first lone: Engineer Nino Tofani Jul th?, 1906; from Les Laures Valley; d. in lev. 420/30m from brother the Charrey/Norat Cross (3162m) (600/20m in integral from base); F+/PD- or AD-/AD+, in edge integral (It. 32).

L) – SE Wall ("of Laures" and over the Icy Loch 1988): Osvaldo Cardellina, lone; Aug 06th, 1988; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 500m; AD+/PD- (It. 33).




Routes important for difficulty (23) and other with various variants

(1) N Wall and W Arête (of Little Emilius): Giovan Battista Devalle, Ercole Daniele, Alessandro Pession and Luigi Bich Valtournenche Mountain Guides; Aug 30th, 1897; difference in level 650m (450+200m); AD+/D-/AD-.

(2) N Wall and W Arête (Right Route-"Spirito Libero" - "Free Spirit",new route): Ezio Marlier, solo; Nov 18/19th, 2006; diff. in level 720m (610+110m); (IV°, 4, M4); TD-/TD.

(3) N Wall and W Arête (Right Couloir, new route): Osvaldo Cardellina, solo; Aug 09th, 1998; in day from Pila; diff. in lev. 720m (640+80m); (50°, 60°, 65°) D+/TD-/D-.

(4) N Wall and W Arête (Pillar of Right, new route): Renato Quendoz and Pino Trevisan; Sep 27th, 1970; 1° replay Roberto Arbaney and Danilo Châtrian; Oct th?, 1982; FIRST in winter (First Winter absolute of wall) Alberto Chéraz and Corrado Framarin, Valpelline Mountain Guides; Dec 30/31th, 1984; d. in lev. 720m (680+40m); (III°, IV°, V°); D-/TD+/AD+.

(5) N Wall and W Arête (Central Couloir, new route): Anselme "Ansel" Falcoz and Massimo Mila; Summer th?, 1940?; first repetition and first solo: Alberto Sciardi; Jun 30th, 1985; d. in lev. 720m (680/90+40/30m); (45°/60°); AD+/D-/AD-.

(6) N Wall and W Arête (Central Couloir and Pillar of Left, new route): Giulio Adolfo "Dulo" Ourlaz and Emanuele Tosana; Autumn th?, 1942; d. in lev. 720m (690/700+30/20m); (50°/60°); AD+/D-/AD-.

(7) N Wall and W Arête (Pillar of Left, new route): Lino Binel and Amilcare Crétier; Aug 20/21th, 1927; first lone: Gianni Pais Becher; Jul 26/27th, 1967; first solitary repetition: Christian Gianni Ilario Cardellina; Jul 12th, 1998; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 715m (710+15m); AD+/D/AD.
(It. or basis E).

(8) N Wall and N Edge (Pillar of Left and diagonal to N Edge, terminal part): Lino Binel, Renato Chabod and Amilcare Crétier; Aug 09/10th, 1926; d. in lev. 720m (620/30+100/90); AD+/D/AD-.

(9) N Wall (Direct Line, new route): Osvaldo Cardellina and Camillo Roberto Ferronato; 31.08.1980; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 720m; (45°/60°); AD+/D/AD.

<font color=green><b>EMILIUS s</FONT> <FONT COLOR=BLUE>NORTH Face, Direct Line Route</font></b> August 1980
Emilius s NORTH WALL Exit Out 1980


EMILIUS's NORTH FACE, "Direct Line to Summit Route", new route, by Osvaldo CARDELLINA-Camillo Roberto FERRONATO on AUGUST 1980

(10) N Wall (Superdirect to Summit, new route): Osvaldo Cardellina, Sandrino "Lupetto" Casalegno, Maurizio Castellan and Camillo Roberto Ferronato; Jul 28th, 1984; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 720m; AD+/D+/AD.




EMILIUS's NORTH FACE "Superdirect Route", new route, by Osvaldo CARDELLINA-Camillo Roberto FERRONATO, on JULY 1984

(11) N Wall and N Edge ("Mammellone route" – "Great Breast" and N Edge, terminal part from Black Triangle, new route): Giulio Adolfo "Dulo" Ourlaz and Emanuele Tosana; Apr second half, 1942; d. in lev. 670m (490+180m) (; AD+/D-/AD-.

  • Routes of TRIANGOLO NERO – BLACK TRIANGLE (12/15)
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    *** These four Routes submitted in Chronological Order since Sep 10/11th, 1960 until Oct 25/26, 2006, for better illustrate Black Tiangle HYSTORY.

    EMILIUS BLACK TRIANGLE, as if MAGIC FIRST ABSOLUTE ROUTE in NORTH FACE, by Angelo "Angelino" BOZZETTI-Pietro "Piero" ROSSET, on SEP 1960


    33 ROUTES OF MONTE EMILIUS (3559m)
     
    33 ROUTES OF MONTE EMILIUS (3559m)
     
    33 ROUTES OF MONTE EMILIUS (3559m)
     
    33 ROUTES OF MONTE EMILIUS (3559m)
     
    Triangolo Nero...
     


    EMILIUS's BLACK TRIANGLE two NEW ROUTES, by Aldo CAMBIOLO-Pier Luigi SARTORE N-NW WALL "Phantom Gully", on JUN 1990 and NORTH WALL "Direct Route", by Roberta VITTORANGELI-Aldo CAMBIOLO, on AUG 1993

    ***
    Il Triangolo Nero del...
     
    The Black Triangle 3378m
     
    Le Pareti Nord...
     


    (12) *** N-NW Face
    ("Couloir Fantasma"-"Phantom Gully", new route): Aldo Cambiolo and Pier Luigi Sartore; Jun 16/17th, 1990; d. in lev. 460m; (45°/85°); TD-/ED/TD+.

    (13) *** North-NorthWest Face ("Senza Parole" – "Bocconi Amari", new route): Rossano Libera and Ezio Marlier; Oct 25/26th, 2006; first repetition Nov 06/07th, 2006; Roger Schàli (CH) and Robert Jasper (D); d. in lev. 400m; (V°/M7/WI6/); ED.

    (14) *** North Wall (Direct Route, new route): Aldo Cambiolo and Roberta Vittorangeli, Valpelline's Mountain Guides; Aug 01th, 1993; difference in level 385m; (6°/6b/VII°/VII°+, "in libera" - "free climbing"); ED.




    EMILIUS BLACK TRIANGLE, in N-NW FACE and by piolet-traction, new route "Senza Parole" - "Bocconi Amari", by Rossano LIBERA-Ezio MARLIER. on Oct 2006

    (15) *** FIRST ASCENT ABSOLUTE of EMILIUS's BLACK TRIANGLE. North Wall (Via Angelo Bozzetti-Piero Rosset '60): Angelo "Angelino" Bozzetti and Pietro "Piero" Rosset
    , Valpelline's Mountain Guides; Sep 10/11th, 1960; first repetition: Dante Bibois, Alfredo and Ettore Grappein, Cogne Mountain Guides; Jul 23th, 1983; d. in lev. 400m; (V°+/A1); ED/TD+.
    (It. or basis F).

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    33 ROUTES OF MONTE EMILIUS (3559m)
     
    33 ROUTES OF MONTE EMILIUS (3559m)
     


    (16) NE Arête ("Three Curates Crest"): Abbots Georges "Louis" Bonin, Pantaléon Bovet, Joseph Henry and Nino Tofani; Aug 02th, 1906; First Winter: Pietro "Piero" Rosset, Valpelline Mountain Carrier and Franco Garda Feb th?, 1949; from Comboé Alp; first solo: Giovanni Matteo "Agostino" Zulian d. in lev. 420/30m; AD-/AD+/AD-.
    (It. or basis G).

    (16bis) NE Ridge and N Edge (Integral on thread of Edge, new route): Osvaldo Cardellina and Camillo Roberto Ferronato; Aug 08th, 1976; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 510m; D-.

    (17) NE Arête and E Wall (Via Angelo "Angelino" Bozzetti, new route): Angelo Bozzetti, solo; Summer th?, 1958; d. in lev. 420/30m; AD-/D+.

    (18) E Wall (Central Route, Via R. Chabod-G. Gervasutti): Renato Chabod and Giusto Gervasutti; Jun 26th, 1935; First Winter: Abele Blanc and Carlo Lucianaz Jan 01th, 1989; first solo: Giovanni Matteo "Agostino" Zulian, Superdirect Variant, new route; 05.09.1962; first solitary repetition with new Route to Left: Ezio Donzel; 16.08.1975; d. in lev. 500m; D-/D+/TD-.
    (It. or basis H).

    (19) E Wall (Direct Variant): Pietro "Piero" Rosset and Franco Garda; Feb th?, 1946; d. in lev. 500m; TD-.

    (19 bis) E Wall (Superdirect Variant, new route): Giovanni Matteo "Agostino" Zulian, solo; Sep 05th, 1961; d. in lev. 500m; D-/D+/TD.

    EMILIUS's EAST WALL from LOWER LAURES LAKE and, to right or more in North, NEW ROUTE Ilario Antonio GARZOTTO-Renato QUENDOZ on JULY 18th, 1969.




    HISTORY

    EAST FACE HISTORY since August 1929 with the Death of CHARREYS BROTHERS and CINO NORAT, during an attempt first ascent until the:

    First Ascent Absolute, by GIUSTO GERVASUTTI-RENATO CHABOD on June 1935.

    first repetition, by PIERO ROSSET-FRANCO GARDA on Summer 1946.

    NE Ridge and Terminal Part of Face, by ANGELO "ANGELINO" BOZZETTI on Summer 1958.

    First Lone, by GIOVANNI MATTEO "AGOSTINO" ZULIAN on September 1961.

    New Route in Right, by ILARIO ANTONIO GARZOTTO-RENATO QUENDOZ on July 1969.

    Diagonal Route in Right and N Edge, by GUIDO MATTEOTTI on September 1971.

    Second Solo and New Route to Left, by EZIO DONZEL on August 1975.

    For to finish with First Winter, by ABELE BLANC-CARLO LUCIANAZ on January 1989.


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    EMILIUS s <font color =blue>EAST FACE</font> Exit Out
     
    <b><font color=green>EMILIUS</font> (3559m) from <font color=green>LEPPE s Point</font> or from <font color=blue>Southeast</font> and <font color=blue>Laures s Higher Lake</font></b>
     
    Emilius s  in the SUMMIT and Surroundings EMOTIONS & SUGGESTIONS 17th, at sunset
     
    <b>From <font color=purple>Salés Pass</font> (3308m)<b>
     
    Monte Emilius <i>3559m</i> and Blantsette glacier  seen  from the couloir leading to Colle di Salè <i>3025m</i>
     


    (20) E Wall (Right Route, new route): Ilario Antonio Garzotto and Renato Quendoz; Jul 18th, 1969; d. in lev. 500m; D+/TD/D+.

    (21) E Wall (Left Route, new route): Ezio Donzel, solo; Aug 16th, 1975; d: in lev. 500m; D+/TD-.

    (22) E Wall and N-NE Edge (Right Diagonal Route to N Edge, new route): Guido Matteotti, solo; 30.09.1971; d. in lev. 500m; D-/D+/AD-.

    (23) W Arête (from North Face of Little Emilius): Giovan Battista Devalle, Ercole Daniele, Alessandro Pession and Luigi Bich; Aug 30th, 1897; first Winter and first solo: Nerino Gobbo; in winter 1940/41; d. in lev. 200/220m; AD-.
    (It. or basis D).

    (23bis) W-NW Arête Mount Ròss of Comboé and crossing to Little Emilius and W Crest (from Colle Carrel): Abbé Joseph Henry and Grégoire Comé; Sep 16/17th, 1902; first Winter, first solo W Ridge (from Carrel Pass?, more probably); Nerino Gobbo; winter 1940/41; d. in lev. 650m; AD-." Via Ferrata" from 2004.

    (23ter) W-NW Arête and W Ridge (Direct and Integral from Becca di Nona, including Red Jag or Gendarme Rosso also Red Tower 3150m, Upper Reds Towers and "Grey Jump", from Carrel Pass): Osvaldo Cardellina and Camillo Roberto Ferronato; Aug 01th, 1976; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 980/1000m from Becca; 740/50m from Federigo Zullo Bivouac; AD+/D-/AD-.




    (24) S-SE Arête (Normal Route of "Three Capuchins"): Giovan Battista Defey, Lorenzo Cerise and a company unmentionable; 1823; First Winter (First Absolute in Winter of mountain): Lino Binel and Amedeo Berthod and Leonardo Cossard; 15.02.1934; from Pila; d. in lev. 320m; F/F+.
    (It. or basis A).

    VARIANT 24bis, new route: S-SE Arête (W Side): Osvaldo Cardellina, Walter Ferronato, Ilario Antonio Garzotto and Luigi Neyroz; Jul 18th, 1965, in descent; from Arbolle/E'cho's Loch/Gelato Lake; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 230/240m; F+/PD-; (no traced in photo and between 24quater and 2; (It. 24, 24bis, 24ter and 24quater).

    VARIANT 24ter, new route: S Slope and S-SE Arête (W Side, in final part): Osvaldo Cardellina and Renzo Botti; Jun 22th, 1968, in descent; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 290/300m; F+/PD-; (no traced in photo and between 24 and 24quater; (It. 24, 24bis, 24ter and 24quater).

    VARIANT 24quater S Slope (Great Couloir to Right): Abbots Maria Joseph Henry, ? Bionaz and Grégoire Comé, Charvensod Mountain Guide; Sep 02th, 1902, in descent from Summit to Gelato Lake; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 290/300m; (30°/35°); F+/PD-; (no traced in photo and between 24 and 25; (It. 24, 24bis, 24ter and 24 quater).

    EMILIUS SOUTH SLOPE and SOUTH-SOUTHEAST ARETE, "West Side of the Crest in terminal part", New Route, by Osvaldo CARDELLINA-Botti RENZO on JUNE 1968

    M. EMILIUS OLD STATUE & OLD CROSS on 1968


    (25) S Slope (Little Couloir and W Crest, new route): Osvaldo Cardellina, solo; Jul 08th, 1984; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 360/70m; (50°/42°/38°); AD+/PD-.
    (It. or basis B).

    (25bis) S Slope (S Spur - S Slope and W Crest, new route): Osvaldo Cardellina, solo; Jun 10th, 1990; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 390/400m; (48°/43°/38°); AD+/PD-.

    (25ter) S-SW Wall and S Slope (Direct Line on S-SW Ribbing, new route in right): Osvaldo Cardellina, Roy Cardellina and Danilo Garzotto; June 19th, 1994; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 500m (300+200m); AD-/AD/AD+/PD-/F .

    (25quater) S-SW Little Pillar and S Slope (Direct Line Little Pillar to Summit, new route in right): Osvaldo Cardellina, lone; October 07th, 2009, ; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 400m (250+150m); AD-/AD/AD+/D-/PD-/F .

    (26) S-SW Wall of Great Pillar and W Arête (Integral and Pillar Direct Line to "Grey Fall" and W Crest, new route in left): Osvaldo Cardellina and Danilo Garzotto; Oct 11th, 1986; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 400/410m (350/60+50m); AD+/AD/AD+.
    (It. or basis C).

    (27) W-SW Wall and S-SW Slope and W Crest ("Passaggio Corona" – "Corona Passage"): Giuseppe Corona, Venanzio Defey and Grégoire Comé; Sep 09th, 1875; d. in lev. 330/40m (190+100+40/50m); PD/PD+/F+.

    EMILIUS's S-SW FACE of Great Pillar "Direct to Grey Fall", new route to left, by Osvaldo CARDELLINA-Danilo GARZOTTO, on OCTOBER 1986 and S-SW RIBBING "Direct to Summit", new route to right, by Osvaldo CARDELLINA-Roy CARDELLINA-Danilo GARZOTTO, on JUNE 1994

    <b>33 ... <font color=green>M. EMILIUS</font> (3559m)<font color=red>W-SW WALL  &  West Ridge, direct and new route</font> 1986</b>
     
    33 ROUTES  EMILIUS s  (3559m)  W-SW FACE
     
    MOUNT EMILIUS South-southwest Wall First Ascent, 1986
     
    First Ascent on MOUNT EMILIUS  S-SW Face June 1994
     
    <b>Climbing in S-SW Ribbing to <font color=green>Emilius</font> <font color=brown>on 1994</font></b>
     


    (28) S E'peron (Little Emilius and W Crest, new route) and W Arête: Osvaldo Cardellina, lone; Oct 13th, 1968; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 430/40m (195+25+210/20m; AD+/PD+/PD-/AD-.

    (28bis) S-SW Slope and W Arête: (Lake Gelato, SW Slope of "Little Saddle" 3325m and W Crest, new route): Giovanni Battista Bozzino and Carlotta "Tina" Bozzino, in descent; Sep 12th, 1911; d. in lev. 360/70m (150+210/20m); AD-/PD-.

    (29) SW Buttress and W Arête: (Trident of Comboé -Lake Gelato Points - Mount Ròss of Comboé - Little Emilius and W Arête, new route): Osvaldo Cardellina and Camillo Roberto Ferronato; Aug 04th, 1974; in day from Pila, round trip; d. in lev. 1250/1350m from Arbolle Lake; PD+/AD+/AD-.

    (30) W Slope of Ròss Pass and S Crest (Ròss Pass W Slope, new route) - S-SW Arête Mount Ròss of Comboé W Crest: Osvaldo Cardellina and Camillo Roberto Ferronato; Jul 11th, 1977; in day from Pila; d. in lev. 1150m, for crossroads 2526m Gros Scez's; PD+/AD-/AD+.

    (31) N Wall of Mount Ròss and W Arête: Abbot Joseph Henry and Grégoire Comé, Charvensod Mountain Guide; Sep 17th, 1902, in descent; d. in lev. 630m (370m to Mont Ròss de Comboé+260m); AD-/PD+/AD-.

    (32) E Arête: ("Brissogne's Crest"): Abbot Joseph Maria Henry and Grégoire Comé, Mountain Guide of Charvensod; Sep 16th, 1902, in ascent from Comboé Alp to Summit and in descent from Summit, round trip; first solo Engineer Nino Tofani Jul th?, 1906 d. in lev. 600/20m in Integral from base; 420/30m from Charrey/Norat Cross (3162m); F+/PD- or AD-/AD+, in edge integral.
    (It. or basis I).

    (33) SE Wall (of The Laures): Osvaldo Cardellina, solo; Aug 06th, 1988; in day from Pila crossing Three Capuchins Pass, round trip; d. in lev. 480/500m; AD+/AD-/PD-.
    (It. or basis L).

    EMILIUS s SOUTHWEST Buttress, First Ascent Absolute and Integral 1974
    EMILIUS s SW Buttress, First Ascent 1974: Descendig from Comboé s TRIDENT



    EMILIUS S-SW BUTTRESS "Integral Spur to Summit", new route, on AUG 1974. WEST RIDGE Integral Routes from Nona's Becca and Carrel Pass, on AUGUST 1976 and from Ròss Pass, on JULY 1977, by Osvaldo CARDELLINA-Camillo Roberto FERRONATO

    EMILIUS s 1976 INFERNAL WEST RIDGE and Integral from Carrel Pass
     
    EMILIUS s INFERNAL & Integral stormy WEST RIDGE 1976
     
    Direct to MONT ROSS de COMBOE and Integral West Ridge to EMILIUS 1977
     
    On EMILIUS s Old and Original WEST Ridge at present & since 2000  via  ferrata  also  iron route  (SIC !)
     


    Landscapes of the Group by EMILIUS

    Moving the cursor one can see the overall scene


    Moving the cursor one can see the overall scene


    Part. A)- HISTORY EMILIUS'S - NAMES'S and General Bibliography

    A- in RESEARCH/STUDY TOPONYMIC) - Synthesis historical of name mountain's and all names Summit's of Emilius's Mountain Chain.

    In ancient times:

    1)
    - Mons Silvius, in "Alpes Cottiae", generically to lie South of Aosta Town, region - area of Gran