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Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in France and Italy. Wikipedia

  • Mont Blanc du Tacul

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif of the French Alps situated midway between the Aiguille du Midi and Mont Blanc. By a guideless party comprising Charles Hudson, Edward John Stevenson, Christopher and James Grenville Smith, E. S. Kennedy, Charles Ainslie and G. C. Joad on 8 August 1855. Wikipedia

  • Grandes Jorasses

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif, on the boundary between Haute-Savoie in France and Aosta Valley in Italy. By Horace Walker with guides Melchior Anderegg, Johann Jaun and Julien Grange on 30 June 1868. Wikipedia

  • Mountain on the eastern part the Mont Blanc massif, on the border between France and Italy. Usually climbed from this side, starting at Chamonix. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in the Graian Alps on the watershed between France and Italy. Named after Paul Helbronner, a French polytechnicien, alpinist and geodesist who pioneered cartography of the French Alps. Wikipedia

  • Mont Dolent

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif and lies on the border between Italy, Switzerland and France. Regarded as the tripoint between Italy, Switzerland and France, although the tripoint itself lies at 3,749 metres, less than 100 metres north-west of its summit. Wikipedia

  • Aiguille Blanche de Peuterey

    Mountain of the Mont Blanc massif in Italy. Considered the most difficult and serious of the alpine 4000-m mountains to climb. Wikipedia

  • Dent du Géant

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in France and Italy. Much-coveted peak in the 1870s, repelling many parties who attempted it mostly from the Rochefort ridge. Wikipedia

  • Tour Ronde

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif of the Alps, situated on the border between France and Italy. Prominent mountain, some 3.5 km north-east of Mont Blanc, but is effectively part of a continuation of the south eastern spur of Mont Maudit which forms a frontier ridge between the two countries. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in France and Italy. Usually climbed during a traverse of the ridge. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif on the border of Haute-Savoie, France and Aosta Valley, Italy. Usually climbed from Val Ferret on the Italian side. Wikipedia

  • Aiguille Noire de Peuterey

    Mountain of the Mont Blanc massif in Italy, forming part of the Peuterey ridge to the summit of Mont Blanc with its higher neighbour, the Aiguille Blanche de Peuterey. South ridge , first climbed by Karl Brendelet and Hermann Schaller, on 26 and 27 August 1930; it remains one of the great classic rock routes in the massif. Wikipedia

  • Aiguille de Bionnassay

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif of the Alps in France and Italy. Located on its western side. Wikipedia

  • Aiguille du Midi

    3,842 m mountain in the Mont Blanc massif within the French Alps. Popular tourist destination and can be directly accessed by cable car from Chamonix that takes visitors close to Mont Blanc. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in the French Alps and is the lowest of the 4000-metre peaks in the Alps. The mountain has two summits: Wikipedia

  • Mont Blanc massif

    Mountain range in the Alps, located mostly in France and Italy, but also straddling Switzerland at its northeastern end. It contains eleven major independent summits, each over 4000 m in height. Wikipedia

  • Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Highway tunnel between France and Italy, under the Mont Blanc mountain in the Alps. It links Chamonix, Haute-Savoie, France with Courmayeur, Aosta Valley, Italy, via the French Route Nationale 205 and the Italian Traforo T1 (forming the European route E25), in particular the motorways serving Geneva (A40 of France) and Turin (A5 of Italy). Wikipedia

  • Aiguille Verte

    French for "Green Needle", is a mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in the French Alps. First climbed on 29 June 1865 by Edward Whymper, Christian Almer and Franz Biner, a fortnight before the fateful first ascent of the Matterhorn. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in the French Alps. Its needle-like summit lies in the centre of the Chamonix Aiguilles when viewed from Chamonix. Wikipedia

  • Aiguille du Dru

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in the French Alps. Situated to the east of the village of Les Praz in the Chamonix valley. Wikipedia

  • Mont Blanc

    Highest mountain in the Alps and Western Europe, rising 4808 m above sea level. Second-highest and second-most prominent mountain in Europe, after Mount Elbrus, and it is the eleventh most prominent mountain summit in the world. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif of the Graian Alps. It lies on the borders of Savoie and Haute-Savoie in France and Aosta Valley in Italy. Wikipedia

  • Mountain of the Mont Blanc Massif, located on the border between Switzerland and France. It lies approximately halfway between the Col de Balme and the Aiguille du Tour. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in Haute-Savoie, France and of Aosta Valley, Italy. List of 4000 metre peaks of the Alps Wikipedia

  • Dôme du Goûter

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif. Shoulder of Mont Blanc, whose summit lies two kilometres to the south-east. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif on the Swiss-French border. Located between the Aiguille d'Argentière and Mont Dolent. Wikipedia

  • Mountain of the Mont Blanc Massif, located on the border between France and Switzerland. It lies between the glaciers of Argentière and L'A Neuve, west of La Fouly, the closest locality. Wikipedia

  • Mont Brouillard

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in the Val d'Aosta, Italy, being a satellite peak on the south ridge of Mont Blanc. Though in French this name means "mountain of mist", this toponym comes from Valdôtain Francoprovençal patois. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif, located on the border between Switzerland and France. Graded F and can be climbed from either the Albert Premier Hut on the French side or the Trient Hut on the Swiss side. Wikipedia

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  • Irving continued to climb with Mallory after the latter had left Winchester; in 1911 Irving led Mallory and another of his ex-pupils, Harry Tyndale, on the third ascent of the Kuffner (or Frontier) ridge on Mont Maudit.Robert Lock Graham Irving-Wikipedia
  • Watershed analysis of modern topographic mapping not only places the main peak on the border, but also suggests that the border should follow a line north from the main peak towards Mont Maudit, leaving the south-east ridge at Mont Blanc de Courmayeur entirely in Italy.Mont Blanc-Wikipedia
  • It is a prominent mountain, some 3.5 km north-east of Mont Blanc, but is effectively part of a continuation of the south eastern spur of Mont Maudit (l'Arete de la Brenva) which forms a frontier ridge between the two countries.Tour Ronde-Wikipedia
  • In 1911, Mallory climbed Mont Blanc, and made the third ascent of the Frontier ridge of Mont Maudit in a party again led by Irving.George Mallory-Wikipedia
  • He was the first to reach the summits of Mont Maudit with William Edward Davidson and guides Johann Jaun d. J. and Johann von Bergen on 12 September 1878, and Aiguille Blanche de Peuterey (Pointe Güssfeldt) with guides Emile Rey, Ambros Supersaxo and Aloys Anthamatten on 31 July 1885.Seymour King-Wikipedia
  • On 14 March 1985 he climbed the Albinoni-Gabarrou on Mont Blanc du Tacul, then made the first ski descent of the south face of Mont Blanc du Tacul, then climbed the Kuffner arėte on Mont Maudit and made the first ski descent of the Kuffner, returning to Italy via the Androsace couloir.Jean-Marc Boivin-Wikipedia

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