Haute Route: 120 Miles, One Day, Unassistedby Caroline George - Alpinist.com Jun/2008
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They nearly claimed defeat on three occasions. Early on, between the col du Chardonnet and that of the Grande Lui, bad weather and fresh snow forced the team to break trail, slowing their pace. When Fabre gave in to fatigue before the Col du Sonadon, Brosse and Blonnel questioned if they should descend with him.
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