Peuterey Super-integral on Mt Blancby Lindsay Griffin - BMC Feb/2011
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Frenchmen Aymeric Clouet, Pierre Labbre and Jérôme Para have made the third known ascent of a Peuterey Super-integral on Mont Blanc.
The famous Peuterey Integral, the longest route to the summit of Mont Blanc with more than 4,500m of ascent over all types of terrain, begins with the South Ridge of the Aiguille Noire de Peuterey, descends to the Dames Anglaises, and traverses the Aiguille Blanche de Peuterey before finishing up the classic Peuterey Ridge.
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