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Chamonix mid June - anyone to climb Mt Blanc ?


Posted by prymasze on Apr 25, 2008
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Date: After Jun 14, 2008
Location: France
City or Place: Chamonix-Mont-Blanc
Skill Level: Advanced
Categories: Ice Climbing, Mountaineering
Partner Status: Want Partners


I will be coming back after my holidays from Italy and wishing to stay few more days in Chamonix on way back home (mid June) ... I would like to try Mt Blanc again due to bad luck in last few years (bad weather each time in August) ... or north face Auigille du Midi ?

Up to know climbed mainly in Andy's and Himalayas and in Swiss alps for the trening.
(see my website for more info www.rymaszewski.eu)

Happy to rope up with other team for security on the glacier on the normal route.


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I'm going to head down to Chamonix from Germany on or about June 26th if the weather is good to attempt Mt Blanc via the Gouter route if you're interested. If you have more time and we're comfortable with each other's abilities, I'd really like to try the Tournette spur from the Italian side. let me know if you're interested
Posted Jun 21, 2008 9:00 am

hi there im well interested, i live near wakefield i have guided experiance in andes, canadian rockies and iceland also some scottish winter,s. looking to get some unguided experiance in, i belive gouter route would be well within my abilities and if we could build a team around a rope that would be awesome
Posted Oct 26, 2012 11:24 am

estiennGouter and more


I am looking for partners too. I am dfrench living in Spain. Experience in Pyrenees, Alps and Andes.
I'd like to be in Alpes one week at the end of June 21st to 28th
I am happy to go to Chamonix, though I will be there in July too. I'm thinking of Biancograt (Piz Bernina, Switzerland) also and end of june could be a good period...
Let's talk people!
Posted Jun 2, 2015 10:16 am

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