Rockfax Description
II, 120m, 1 hour. From the Col du Tour, follow the ridge easily over some fun, blocky scrambling to the summit. There is the odd 'move' but generally the terrain is very straightforward and ideal for practising moving together and general alpine efficiency.
Descent - Descend the Normal Route to reach the Glacier du Tour. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
A mixed route to the summit along the ridge from the Col du Tour. Follow first snow, then rock, then mixed climbing. A steep snow pitch on the left side of the arete (North Face) through a notch leads to easier ground and the summit.


ClimberDateStyle
A Jackson ?/Aug/15 Lead O/S
with Neil Murphy
Nesa 06/Jul/15 2nd

Very icy!

with L. Muirhead, B. Bradford (Guide)
John1458 01/Jul/15 2nd O/S
Hidden 16/Jun/13 -
muzz44 ?/Jun/13 Lead O/S
with Ryan, Rob
Sam Simpson 02/Sep/12 AltLd O/S
alias dave 02/Sep/12 Solo O/S
with Sam.EB
timofy ?/Sep/12 AltLd O/S
Tony Prendergast 10/Aug/12 -
with Mike Cleary
Jonny Nick 01/Aug/12 AltLd

Set off from Albert Premier hut.

DigitalSteak ?/Aug/12 Lead
Happy Haggis 12/Jul/12 -
Robbo1 12/Jul/12 -
sjbrook 09/Jul/12 -
with PMC
Dave Richards 09/Jul/12 -
ladymuck 03/Jul/12 2nd O/S

On Conville Course

Huw Mithan 03/Jul/12 2nd
with Ben Fitzgerald
efetunc ?/Jul/12 AltLd

Climbed on the way back from the summit of Petit Fourche.

with Rafal Malczyk
jon_ridley 27/Jun/12 AltLd

The snow slope consisted of Scottish slush on ice sheet; interesting

becoming-stranger 27/Jun/12 AltLd O/S
Emily Cropton 27/Jun/12 AltLd
Hidden 29/Jul/11 AltLd O/S
Hidden ?/Aug/10 Lead
Hidden 10/Jun/06 AltLd
Simnel ?/Sep/03 -
Hidden 23/Aug/00 -
Celia Watson 23/Aug/00 -
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