Falimont Combe

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France, Europe
Route Type:
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Time Required:
Less than two hours

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Falimont Combe
Created On: Mar 3, 2006
Last Edited On: Mar 5, 2006


In the NE of the Hohneck, the Falimont Combe is the highest part of the Frankental which leads to the valley of the little Fecht.
The Combe is one of the wildest parts of the Vosges mountains and the steep slopes are a good ice and mountaineering schoolplace in winter.

Getting There

The Falimont combe can be reached :
- from the Route des Crêtes (crest road) over Falimont collar in the north from the Hohneck
- from the Schlucht collar over Trois Fours and GR 5
- from Stosswihr in the Munster Valley over Frankenthal

In the Falimont Combe
Falimont Combe and Munster Valley

Route Description

In summer the combe is accessible for hikers on a good with yellow circles marked path.

In winter, the high comb can be skied (no tracks) or climbed with crampons. the slope is 40°.

Falimont Combe
Falimont Combe and Martinswand

Essential Gear

In winter, crampons, iceaxe.

Rescue practice

Falimont Combe

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