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10 years on ice

Average Rating = 3.33/5 10 years on ice

While waiting for almost three hours at some climbers going far above their limits we watched another group who did the backside of the candel showing beatiful technique.
Submitted by: chrtur on 2006-02-28
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Why take the big candel?

Average Rating = 4.04/5 Why take the big candel?

A stand behind the candels in the middle of the route and watching two very good french climbers taking a more difficult way up.
Submitted by: chrtur on 2006-02-28
Views: 1510 | Votes: 26 | Comments: 7
Last candle of one good day of climbing

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Last candle of one good day of climbing

This is the last pitch of Chandelle Levure II/4+ 180 m which my climbing partner of the day was honored to finish.
Submitted by: chrtur on 2006-01-23
Views: 1385 | Votes: 15 | Comments: 5
One classic dream of an alpinist

Average Rating = 3.33/5 One classic dream of an alpinist

One of the most beatiful views in the area of the massifs of Mont Blanc according to me and also something I am preparing for in the future.
Submitted by: chrtur on 2005-11-29
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A classical view

Average Rating = 3.89/5 A classical view

This is the Sunset for all people doing one of the standard routes for climbing Mont Blanc.
Submitted by: chrtur on 2005-11-24
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A spot near Argentiere

Average Rating = 3.20/5 A spot near Argentiere

Start by walking up from Argentiere torwards Aiguille du Tour with only clouds everywhere. Then just at the foot of du Tour their is some higher power who lets the Sun shine on you for some few minutes. Photo taken by Mike.
Submitted by: chrtur on 2005-07-15 | Last Modified: 2006-11-13
Views: 1287 | Votes: 5 | Comments: 0
Val Grisenche in Aosta

Average Rating = 4.33/5 Val Grisenche in Aosta

Two days of ski-alpinism with an early start and reaching the Sun in the end of the valley know as Valgrisenche. Very nice area for not meeting other people.
Submitted by: chrtur on 2005-07-14
Views: 1226 | Votes: 3 | Comment: 1