Matterhorn N face.
 07/2004

Matterhorn N face.

07/2004

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Bor

Bor - Jan 26, 2005 1:32 pm - Voted 10/10

Hey om!

Great photo! Can I aks you something? Do you know any mountains and also which is the group name of the mountains in the nearness of skiing area Valmeinier? I am asking you because I know you are expert for French Alps! :-) I am going to spend a week there and I am interesting about the mountains there!



Cheers!

om

om - Jan 27, 2005 7:51 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Hey om!

Valmeinier is in southern Savoy, in the middle of Vanoise massif and Oisans Massif. The main river here is the Arc. Arc valley is named Maurienne. Valmeinier is close to Valloire and Galibier pass.



Known mountains here are :

South: Roche Noire 3067m, Mont Thabord 3167m, Grand Galibier 3228m, Briançonnais mountains and Névache valley.

South west : La Meije 3986m

West: the 3 Aiguilles d'Arves : 3510m

North : La Dent Parachée : 3697m



Cheers,

Olivier

Bor

Bor - Jan 27, 2005 10:52 am - Voted 10/10

Re: Hey om!

Thanks for this explanation. Do you know where I can find any photos of this mountains on SP or maybe they have pages on SP? I was looking but without successes.



Thanks again!

om

om - Jan 28, 2005 12:06 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Hey om!

Unfortunately, most of these mountains do not have Sp page yet.

Bor

Bor - Feb 7, 2005 4:22 am - Voted 10/10

Re: Hey om!

Hi!



I am back from France and I have one question! In which group would you put Roche Noire and Les Aiguilles d`Arves? I will do the pages so that I know. :-)



Thanks!

Akridas

Akridas - Feb 12, 2005 6:20 pm - Voted 10/10

Great photos on time !

Thank you so much for publicing these detailed photos. It is funny that I have been searching for a long time for more info about this magnificent face and a friend of mine has just pointed to me this NEW stuff only a few days before I am eventually able to go.

With 2-3 friends we are planning to be up there in a week time; Yeeeeeeeeaaaaaaa !

We do have a route discription in addtion but your photos illustrate very clearly the scale, geometry and difficulties of Schmid's route.

It would be nice to add more information about the route and if you have done it yourself you could draw

carefully the route line on the photos :o)

All the best

Akridas

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