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Rebuffat's 100 Finest Routes in the Mont Blanc Massif , Extreme Alpine Rock

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Iceclimber987 16 Aug, 1987 Show βeta
βeta: 1st route in the Alps. Epic. Abbed from Flammes des Pierres and bivvied at base of route. Bivvied again above the long peg crack. In too deep. Not above our heads but definitely swallowing water!
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βeta: 1st route in the Alps. Epic. Abbed from Flammes des Pierres and bivvied at base of route. Bivvied again above the long peg crack. In too deep. Not above our heads but definitely swallowing water!
John Stainforth 31 Jul, 1971 Show βeta
βeta: Approached from Flammes de Pierre. Very loose rock on abseil descent into couloir - two British climbers killed on this descent shortly before us. Bivouacked on minute seam in middle or Red Walls. Long, tiring descent; couldn't find way across Mer de Glace in dark, so had a second bivvy on the glacier
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βeta: Approached from Flammes de Pierre. Very loose rock on abseil descent into couloir - two British climbers killed on this descent shortly before us. Bivouacked on minute seam in middle or Red Walls. Long, tiring descent; couldn't find way across Mer de Glace in dark, so had a second bivvy on the glacier

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Route of Interest
Traverse of the Aiguilles

Grade: TD 6a ***
(Aiguille du Midi)

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