Images from Saint-Barthélemy hanging valley

Images from Saint-Barthélemy hanging valley

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Lignan, main village of Saint-Barthélemy hanging valley

Backlit view of Lignan, the main village of Saint Barthélemy hanging valley
Backlit view of Lignan, the main village of Saint Barthélemy hanging valley

In the wood above Porliod

With the wishes of a happy New Year!
Winter afternoon in the woods of Porliod above the "Osteria del Passet"

Sceneries according to an angle of view between South-East and South-West

Cima  Nera, Mont Giron and Mont Ruvi from the road to Lignan
Cima Nera, Mont Giron and Mont Ruvi from the road to Lignan

Cima Nera 2699m (a), Mont Giron 2702m (b), and Mont Ruvi (or Revic) 2922m (c)  viewed looking approximately towards SE from the first hairpin bends of the road leading to Lignan, the main village of the Saint Barthèlemy hanging valley.

 

View from Saint Barthélemy hanging valley
View from Saint Barthélemy hanging valley toward the opposite ridge of the main valley

List of the identified summits
a)  Cima Nera  2699m
b)  Mont Giron  2702m
c)  Mnte Ruvi  2922
d)  Monte Avic  2.672m
e)  Monte Iverta  3.270m
f)  Punta Chermontane  2.952m
  g)  Monte Glacier  3.264m
  h)  Monte Delà  3139m
  i)  Monte Rafray  3145m
  j)  Bec de Viot  3050m
  k)  Monte Moussaillon  3073m
  l)  Torre Ponton  3101m

 

Looking Southward from Saint Barthélemy hanging valley
Looking Southward from Saint Barthélemy hanging valley

From left to right one can recognize the outline of: 
a) Mont Delà 3139m
b) Monte Rafray 3145m
c) Bec de Viot 3050m 
d) Monte Moussaillon 3073m
e) Torre Ponton 3101m
f)  Torre Pontonnet 3173m
g) Tersiva 3512m
h) Punta Tessonet 3264m

 

Backlit view within the range  SSW-SW from Saint Barthélemy hanging valley
Backlit view within the range SSW-SW from Saint Barthélemy hanging valley

From left to right one can recognize the outline of:
a) Becca di Sale 3137m
b) Punta Garin 3455m
c) Punta Rossa dell'Emilius 3407m
d) Emilius 3559m
e) Becca di Nona 3142m
f) Punta Bianca della Grivola 3793m
g) La Grivola 3969m
h) Gran Nomenon 3488m
 i) Roletta 3384m

 

SAINT BARTHÉLEMY VALLEY
Southward view from Saint-Barthélemy hanging valley (Photo by Andrea Perino)

Westward Sceneries

Monte Faroma from the woods above Lignan
Looking westward from the woods above Lignan: in background Monte Faroma (3073m)

 

Monte Faroma from Saint-Barthélemy hanging valley
Looking westwards from the snowy meadows above the limit of the woods in Saint Barthélemy hanging valley: in background Monte Faroma (3073m)

 

Monte Faroma
Monte Faroma (3073m) seen from Colle di Chaleby (Photo by p-mike)

Northward Sceneries

Mont Morion (of Saint Barthélemy)
Looking northwards from the snowy meadows above the woods of Saint Barthélemy hanging valley: Mont Morion (2710m), also known as Mont Rion, peeps out at the center in background

 

Mont Morion (of Saint Barthélemy)
Sunny Mont Morion (2710m) in Vallone di Saint Barthélemy (not to be mistaken for the more imposing Mont Morion in Valpelline)

Eastward Sceneries

Becca d'Aver and Cima Longhede
Eastward view from the snowy meadows, above the limit of the woods, in Saint Barthélemy valley

Behind the ridge going from Becca d'Aver 2469m (a) to Col Fenetre 2182m (b), one can recognize, from left to right:
  c)  Testa Grigia 3315m
  d)  Monte Tantanè 2734m
  e)  Punta Piure 2907m
  f)  Corno Bussola 3023m

 

Becca d'Aver and Cima Longhede
Becca d'Aver 2469m (a) and Cima Longhede 2416m (b) seen from Vallone di Saint Barthélemy

In the background one can recognize:
   c) Monte Barbeston 2482m
d) Cima Nera 2699m
e) Mont Giron 2702m
f) Monte Ruvi 2922m
g) Monte Avic 3006m

 

Cima Longhede da N- NW
Cima di Longhede (2416m), Col de Filon (1894m) and Mont Ander (1931m) (Photo by Emilio Bertona)

 

Zooming on the snowy slopes of Becca d'Aver
Close view, from the woods above Lignan, of the snowy slopes of Becca d'Aver (2469m)

 

Cima Longhede
Close view of Cima Longhede (2416m) from Saint-Barthélemy hanging valley

Southward views from the Eastern ridge of Saint Barthèlemy valley

Cima Longhede
Southward view with Cima Longhede in the foreground (Photo by Andrea Perino)

In the background one can recognize (from left): Punta Rossa dell'Emilius, Emilius, Grivola, Becca di Nona and Gran Nomenon

 

Cima di Longhede/Becca d'Aver Traverse

Emilio Bertona during the descent from Cima Longhede (2416m) to Becca of Aver (Photo by Osvaldo Cardellina)

 

Becca d'Aver-Cima Longhede
Southward view from the ridge including also Becca d'Aver (left) and Cima Longhede (right) (Photo by Andrea Perino)

 

Descending from Mount Meabé to Aver/Longhede Points
Descending from Mount Meabé toward Becca d'Aver and Cima Longhede (Photo by Emilio Bertona)

 

Becca d'Aver and Cima di Longhede from Mont Meabé
Becca d'Aver and Cima di Longhede from Mont Meabé (Photo by Emilio Bertona)

Northward views from the Eastern ridge of Saint Barthèlemy valley

view from Cima Longhede
Northward view from Cima Longhede (Photo by Andrea Perino)

In the foreground the ridge including Becca d'Aver and Monte Beamè, whereas in the background one can recognize (from left):
Punta Cian, Dent d'Herens, Matterhorn and the whole Monte Rosa group

 

From Cima di Longhede to Matterhorn and Mount Rosa
From Cima di Longhede view of Becca d'Aver and the ridge connecting to Mont Meabé (Photo by Emilio Bertona)

In the background Matterhorn and the whole Monte Rosa group

Upper Saint-Barthélemy valley

Upper St. Barthélemy Valley with Praterier Alp 1986

View from Becca Fontaney (2971m) of the upper Saint-Barthélemy valley with the Praterier Alpage (Photo by Osvaldo Cardellina)

 

Near the head of Vallone di St. Barthèlemy
In the upper Vallone di St. Barthélemy, along the way to the Luseney lake (2574m)
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In the background one can see the highest Becca des Crottes (3001m) and, at its right, the Tours des Crottes and the Fenêtre de Tzan (2734m)

 

Luca Reboulaz bivouac 2560 m
Luca Reboulaz bivouac built in the year 1993 near Luseney lake

It replaces the Franco Nebbia bivouac, later relocated at the foot of Colle Garin, on the Arpisson side

 

Luseney plateau and Reboulaz Bivouac

Luseney plateau and Reboulaz Bivouac (Photo by Silvia Mazzani)

 

Luseney Lake

Luseney lake (2574m), near Luca Reboulaz bivouac (Photo by Silvia Mazzani)

 

On the shore of Luseney Lake (2574m)
On the shore of Luseney Lake (2574m), looking towards the multiple summits of Becca di Luseney, partially hidden in the clouds

 

Becca di Luseney

Becca di Luseney (3504m) and Luseney lake at its foot. Close to the lake one can locate the Reboulaz bivouac (Photo by Corvus)

Oratorio di Cuney and Rifugio Cuney

Rifugio CUNEY
The old Oratorio di Cuney (2652m) and the neighboring Rifugio Cuney, open in 1994 (Photo by p-mike)

Ski touring in Saint Barthélemy valley


Ski touring in Saint Barthélemy valley (Photo by Andrea Perino)

Moving the cursor you can see the overall view

The nearer ridge includes (from right) Monte Faroma, Gran Pays and Becca d'Aveille , whereas in the farther ridge one can recognize
(from left): Becca di Sale, Emilius, Becca di Nona, Grivola, Gran Nomenon, Punta Bioula, Punta di Ran.

Panoramic view from Mont Morion


Pano view from Mont Morion including Monte Faroma, Monte Pisonet, Becca del Merlo and Becca d'Arbiere (Photo by Andrea Perino)

Moving the cursor you can see the overall view

Overall pano (angle of view from East to SW)


Overall panoramic view (angle of view from East to SW, approximately) from the snowed meadows above the limit of the woods
in Saint-Barthélemy hanging valley

Moving the cursor you can see the overall view


In the outlines of the ridges, in addition to the most known summits :
  1)  Becca d'Aver  2469m
  2)  Cima Longhede  2416m
  3)  Tersiva  3512m
  4)  Emilius  3559m
  5)  Becca di Nona  3142m
  6)  Grivola  3969m
  7)  Gran Nomenon  3488m
the other recognizable summits are:
  a)  Monte Barbeston  2482m
  b)  Cima Nera  2699m
  c)  Mont Giron  2702m
  d)  Monte Ruvi  2922
  e)  Monte Avic  3006m
  f)  Monte Iverta  3270m
  g)  Punta Chermontane  2952m
  h)  Monte Glacier  3264m
  i)  Monte Delà  3139m
  j)  Monte Rafray  3145m
  k)  Monte Moussaillon  3073m
  l)  Torre Ponton  3101m
  m)  Punta Tessonet  3264m
  n)  Punta Gianni Vert  3148m
  o)  Punta di Laval  3098m
  p)  Punta Coupé  3213m
  q)  Grande Roise  3353m
  r)  Petite Roise  3276m
  s)  Becca di Sale  3137m
  t)  Punta Garin  3455m
  u)  Punta Rossa dell'Emilius  3407m
  v)  Punta Bianca della Grivola  3793m
  w)  Monte Roletta  3384m
  x)  Mont Favret  3173m
  y)  Punta Bioula  3414m
  z)  Punta di Ran  3271m

External Links

Saint Barthélemy Valley by Osvaldo Cardellina



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OsvaldoCardellina

OsvaldoCardellina - Feb 14, 2019 12:04 am - Voted 10/10

From Saint Barthélemy Valley ...

COMPLIMENTI ALBUM BELLISSIMO,
però correggi nelle varie didascalie in pagina Emilio Bertora con Bertona; inoltre nella quinta foto partendo dall'alto "a" potrebbe essere la Quota Innominata 3007 metri giusto ad ovest del medesimo. Ma non ne son certo ...
Ancora CIAO, osw

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