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Monte Emilius Climber's Log
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|crucificatorul||Deep snow in the summer|
Date Climbed: Jul 9, 2014
|Just came back last week. The snow was here and there at the Arbolle refugee. However it went over 15cm as I approached Lago Gelato and even though it was almost mid July I was the first to climb. It snowed all three days I was there. Unfortunately I did not reach the summit as I was not prepared for such bad weather. I will return in late August for via ferrata.|
For those who travel there. The refugee is clean and they have good food at reasonable price. there is toilet, water and internet wifi. There is a nice family that took over this year and they are doing their best. However there is no heating in the rooms and my Suunto was showing 15 degrees in day time while outside was a bit over freezing point. The room is 40 -45 euros per person and includes breakfast and dinner. It was opened at the beginning of July and apparently I was the first one this season, and the only one until I left.
|Posted Jul 15, 2014 1:37 pm|
|EricChu||Mont Emilius |
Date Climbed: Aug 5, 1987
|I went up Mont Emilius the normal way, from the Rif. Arbolle (back in 1987, there were tents there in which one spent the night). It's a spectacular summit, but not all that easy for a non-climber and one needs good condition. There is a lot of scrambling to be done, first over countless blocks on the way to the northern col, and then up the ridge. It's too bad the weather wasn't at it's best on that day, because I can just imagine what the view must be like in perfect weather! As I was going up - it was already afternoon - everybody was going down. So I was all alone on the summit...and all alone coming down on that ridge and back to Arbolle afterwards...|
|Posted Dec 16, 2009 11:15 am|
|Corvus||Normal route |
Date Climbed: Jun 29, 2008
|From Refuge Arbolle.|
|Posted Jun 29, 2008 5:00 pm|
|albertofanga||Emilius: a great view on the 4000's |
Date Climbed: Sep 2, 2007
|Climbing the normal route to Mont Emilius is easy but for sure worth for the fantastic view on the 4000's of Western Alps: Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso and Grand Combin|
|Posted Sep 16, 2007 12:27 pm|
|barts||Up by west ridge(ferrata) Date: 2006|
|There was great weather:)|
|Posted May 12, 2007 1:20 pm|
|p-mike||Normal Route |
Date Climbed: Aug 12, 2006
|Normal route in one day from Pila, bad weather...snow from refuge Alpe Arbolle to the summit.|
|Posted Nov 20, 2006 7:01 am|
|pauli82||fantastic views... |
Date Climbed: Jul 9, 2006
|We'we going from Pila via refuge Arbolle and Col dei 3 Capucinni to the top (we'we alone there...). Descent from 3 Capucinni to bivoac Menabreaz and second day back to Aosta. Wonderfull mountains, fantastic weather... :)|
|Posted Oct 4, 2006 4:13 pm|
Date Climbed: Jul 3, 2006
|Up by west ridge(ferrata) and down by south ridge.|
|Posted Sep 6, 2006 5:56 pm|
|Antonio Giani||NORMAL ROUTE|
Date Climbed: Aug 1, 1968
|Dal Rifugio Menabrèaz|
|Posted Mar 2, 2006 4:49 pm|
|dieguz2002||Route Climbed: South Ridge Date Climbed: July 23th 2004|
|Great summit with a very easy normal route!|
|Posted Jul 24, 2004 4:04 am|
|@win||Route Climbed: Pilla ---- Rifugio Arbolle - Passo Tre Cappuccini - Monte Emilius Date Climbed: End of august 2003|
|Its a verry nice walk up the mountain Rif. Arbolle is indeed a verry nice rif. (more a hotel then a rif.).|
The view when on top is something special.. a lot of 4000m mountains can be seen from up there. Tre cappucinni can be a little tricky ! Watch your step on the rocks.
Have fun with this one...
PS U can also skip the Rif and walk to the lake just bevore the summit verry nice campground !!!!
|Posted Nov 17, 2003 10:39 am|
|Chandra||Route Climbed: Rifugio Arbolle - Passo Tre Cappuccini - Monte Emilius Date Climbed: July 29th, 2003|
|The very best summitview I have ever known.|
Who plans to do Emilius in only 1 day, don't do it, Rifugio Arbolle is sooo nice!
Thanks to my dad, Sergio and Cristina
|Posted Aug 1, 2003 9:58 am|
|buxlex||Route Climbed: Pila, then South Ridge Date Climbed: 17 August 2003|
|The most important summit of Val d'Aosta for hikers, is a MUST.|
After 39 years I got it!
|Posted Oct 27, 2002 5:59 am|
|Jaap van der Velde||Route Climbed: Normal route from Brissogne Date Climbed: June 29 1999|
|Started in Brissogne, just East from Aosta. Ascending 3000 m. is a beautiful experience (not in 1 day). Good campground near some lakes. At the Col dei 3 Capucinni one joins the route from Pila, and goes up the South-ridge. Some experience with scrambling is useful here. |
Before the Col I had some frozen snow (June 29) and equipment had been fine.
Panorama from the top: Marvellous.
|Posted Jul 24, 2001 3:17 am|
|marco979||Route Climbed: NORMAL ROUTE Date Climbed: July, 1999|
|From Pila with my friends to "refuge Alpe Arbolle" where we have slept. The day after, we have reached the peak we have come back to Pila. Nice and isolated mountain! Some problem about my friend Sergio, that unfortunately couldn't lead the peak.|
|Posted May 4, 2001 4:47 am|