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Any 3000+ mountain without snow in Europe?

Can someone please suggest 3000+ peaks in Europe with little to no snow until late October? I am not really into climbing on snow right now, nor do I have crampons yet. Sorry for the stupid question, mods feel free to delete this thread if not suitable. Your feedback is much appreciated.
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Your favourite glacier views or huts?

Hi everyone, I've done a couple of trips to the Alps and Dolomites and am planning a third. I don't climb much on these trips as I'm usually with my wife and/or kids but I was wondering if you have any suggestions for us. To give you an idea of where we've been here are my highlights from previous trips, I love big glaciers and big views :) ...
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trekking the Tatra's in October

Hey,
First time writing here. I am looking for information regarding trekking in the Tatra's in the beginning of Octber (first week). in addition, any recommended routes? was thinking about crossing from the polish side to the Slovak side.

which routes will offer the most dramatic views?
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Non-Technical Routes Spain/France November

Good day! I will be traveling in November to Spain to meet my girlfriend as she completes the Santiago Camino trail and would like to get in a few non-technical peaks. Timing will be early to mid November, prefer 3K+ meters and no glacier travel/technical climbing as I will be traveling by myself and winter has challenges all of it's own.

I will be both in Santiago and Paris and would love some recommendations for ...
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Recommendations for 4000m peaks -- Switzerland

I am planning a trip in Early September, and plan to take a guided climb of a 4000m peak. I am looking for recommendations for a peak that I can knock out in a day, starting from a nearby town.

My Alps experience thus far has been on unguided climbs:

Watzmann Ostwand
Grossglockner Studlgrat
Zugspitze Blaueis traverse

I feel comfortable climbing up to UIAA IV.

I have been out of the climbing game for awhile, ...
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Zugspitze - Reintal Route - Münchner Haus Zugspitze - Reintal Route - Münchner Haus

Hello,

I'm planning to climb Zugspitze next month via the Reintal route. As the two huts on this route are fully booked up, I'm hoping to stay on the top at the Münchner Haus.

I had a few questions I hoped someone with knowledge might be able to answer? Namely:

- How easy/likely is it that you can stay at the top? I know they don't take reservations on weekends. I'm relying on staying here, ...
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Matterhorn Cresta del Leone Conditions

Has anyone here been in the Breuil-Cervinia area and/or seen the conditions on the Cresta del Leone / Liongrat recently? The local webcam shows some amount of snow, but it's of course not clear how that translates to conditions on-route.
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Ireland: Carrauntoohil summit via Bridia Valley

Howdy folks,

Well we nixed around Ireland with a keg and but are still headed to Carrauntoohil in July via Bridia Valley > Caher > Carrauntoohil.
Tried doing some Google Fu and checked both:

Paddy Dillion's book
The Mountains of Ireland: A Guide to Walking the Summits
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mountains-Irel ... 1852841109

and Kieron Gibbon's book
Ireland’s County High Points
http://www.collinspress.ie/irelands-cou ... oints.html

and really ...
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Hiking in the Pyrennes

Hello,

I'm planning 4 day loop hike/walk in the Pyrenees (14JUL to 16JUL) in the area of Benasque, Spain

I'm looking for some advice on the following routes:

Route #1- Includes Pico de Posets (preferred):
Day 1 - Benasque to Refugio Ángel Orús
Day 2 - Refugio Ángel Orús to Refugio de Biadós via Pico de Posets:
Day 3 - Refugio de Biadós to Refugio de Estós via GR11 with a hike to Pico de ...
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