3059m. The Aiguille d'Arpette lies on the ridge between the Aiguille d'Orny and the Aiguille de la Cabane, the south ridge gives a 240m climb starting from near the Cabane d'Orny.

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BenCollis 19 Jul, 2017 AltLd Did it in big boots because there was no snow. Moved together for most, but there was an awkward pitch which was bolted. Couldn't find the abseil anchor so downclimbed. Good weather and nice easy day out from the Orny hut.
Did it in big boots because there was no snow. Moved together for most, but there was an awkward pitch which was bolted. Couldn't find the abseil anchor so downclimbed. Good weather and nice easy day out from the Orny hut.
Andy Wilcox 11 Jul, 2017 AltLd We climbed a route named Le Premiers Pas (topo provided by hut guardian) as a start to the ridge. Loose on the decent and Wyn missed the second abseil anchor, bless.
with Wyn Jones
We climbed a route named Le Premiers Pas (topo provided by hut guardian) as a start to the ridge. Loose on the decent and Wyn missed the second abseil anchor, bless.
with Wyn Jones
anthcol 14 Sep, 2015 - Afternoon climb with Rory Anderson and Robin Jarvis (Guide). From and return to D'Orny Hut.
Afternoon climb with Rory Anderson and Robin Jarvis (Guide). From and return to D'Orny Hut.
adam001 15 Jun, 2015 AltLd O/S Climbed after the approach from the valley, good day with not great weather, all on rock, only one slightly tricker section but still doable in big boots
Climbed after the approach from the valley, good day with not great weather, all on rock, only one slightly tricker section but still doable in big boots
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