Rockfax Description
II, 450m, 5 - 6 hours. A famous route, mainly because it is a superb line on a popular peak, taking in one of the most unusual mountain features you're ever likely to see. The table after which the route is named is a huge lump of rock that toppled off the ridge many years ago but miraculously stayed perched there instead of rolling down to the glacier below.
Approach - Best approached from the Refuge Albert Premier. Gain the Glacier du Tour and climb up the east side of the glacier under the Aiguille du Tour. Head towards the Col Purtscheller and, 500m before the col, go up and left towards the couloir.
Conditions - Good conditions have become increasingly hard to find in the couloir. In early summer, before the heat really kicks in, there should be plenty of snow and all you will need is a good overnight freeze. Without this the couloir will be difficult and dangerous, so try to get a conditions update and a reliable forecast before setting out. The Arête de la Table is climbable when completely dry, but you need to climb part of the couloir in order to reach it. You can avoid the couloir by getting onto the ridge low down on the left but this is loose and unpleasant and not recommended. A better alternative is to do the South Ridge of the Purtscheller.
Start at the foot of the Couloir de la Table.
1) Climb the lower section of the couloir to reach a ramp-line leading leftwards to the ridge.
2) Climb the ramp-line over some occasionally loose rock and crest the ridge just below a large golden tower.
3) 4b. Go around the tower on the left and then follow the ridge crest (or just off it) to the Table itself. The final move onto the ledge which houses the Table is tricky (4b) but otherwise the terrain is quite steady.
4) 5a. Take a minute or so to ponder the Table - it really is a bizarre and miraculous feature. Having pondered, go to the wall against which the Table is resting and climb onto it via a very physical pull. There are pegs in the wall and sticking a sling in one to act as a foothold is a good idea but there's no getting around the fact that a bit of grunt is required! The move was graded 4+ in old school grades most people agree on roughly 5a in today's money.
5) 4b. Step off the Table and climb the wall behind (4b, excellent). From here, follow the superb and exposed ridge to just above the col where the ridge joins the top of the Couloir de la Table. Downclimb (4b) or make a 5m abseil to reach the col.
6) Continue along the ridge more easily, dropping off to the right if anything looks too tricky, to reach the south Summit of the Aiguille du Tour.
Descent - The routes can be descended back to the Trient Plateau, usually down the East Face route. From there it is possible to descend back to either hut via the approach route. Alternatively, intead of doing a return trip you can complete a traverse by crossing either the Col Supériuer du Tour or the Col du Tour and swinging back to the Refuge Albert Premier. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
It is worth noting that when heavily snowed up the route is an interesting mixed climb around Scottish II/III and probably worth AD+. Obviously be aware of any avalanche danger in these conditions.

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GHawksworth 25 Jun Show βeta
βeta: A lot of loose rocks which can be unnerving but worth it for the top half! Bring cams (.5-1 and possibly 2) and lots of slings
 
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βeta: A lot of loose rocks which can be unnerving but worth it for the top half! Bring cams (.5-1 and possibly 2) and lots of slings
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Everetta 23 Jul -
JohnHartley 12 Jul AltLd O/S Good day with Pete
Good day with Pete
Hidden 12 Jul AltLd O/S
Aled Williams 12 Jul -
with Calum
with Calum
AlexD-L 24 Jun AltLd dnf Altitude struck, we retreated. One to return for for sure! Absolutely stunning up there.
with Holly
Altitude struck, we retreated. One to return for for sure! Absolutely stunning up there.
with Holly
BenjaminLockie 24 Jun AltLd β
GHawksworth 24 Jun AltLd O/S Awesome route! Full on day and amazing exposure on the ridge up to the table
Awesome route! Full on day and amazing exposure on the ridge up to the table
iainJ 23 Jun AltLd O/S First alpine route. Table mount approach rather than the corner
First alpine route. Table mount approach rather than the corner
SophieWalker 23 Jun AltLd
with iainJ
with iainJ
niallsash 17 Jun -
oaty ?Jun AltLd
Tony Prendergast 25 May -
Tom McCabe 4 Sep, 2018 AltLd O/S Upper section of couloir completely dry. From a runnel leading up to the base most people headed up and left over v. loose ground. Going about 5m further up the bergschrund to a series of corners and ledges was much more solid but harder (5a+?) and got us to the ridge in the same time. After that, superb all the way to the summit. Did the mantle onto the outer end of the table, and downclimbed instead of the 5m abseil (awkward but only really one move). East face descent. Glacier in pretty poor shape.
Upper section of couloir completely dry. From a runnel leading up to the base most people headed up and left over v. loose ground. Going about 5m further up the bergschrund to a series of corners and ledges was much more solid but harder (5a+?) and got us to the ridge in the same time. After that, superb all the way to the summit. Did the mantle onto the outer end of the table, and downclimbed instead of the 5m abseil (awkward but only really one move). East face descent. Glacier in pretty poor shape.
8PetrieC 4 Sep, 2018 AltLd
Arthur Billaud 12 Aug, 2018 AltLd
with Eli
with Eli
CharlieMack 30 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S Great route minus the first choss pitch. Once you're on the ridge it's amazing! Stopped for a picnic on the table.
with Sarah adkin
Great route minus the first choss pitch. Once you're on the ridge it's amazing! Stopped for a picnic on the table.
with Sarah adkin
Hidden 19 Jul, 2018 2nd O/S
jessieleong 18 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S Great route, headed over glacier up the first section of Table Couloir. Reached the scree esqu sketchy moves on the rock. Climbing is incredible past the table- lots of positive holds. Very exposed climbing on the ridge- we moved together for the majority of the route. Hard climbing at altitude- mainly operating at 3,300m+ and felt tired as the ridge is pretty continuous! Great to top out at Aiguille du tour.
with Adam Collins, Coops290
Great route, headed over glacier up the first section of Table Couloir. Reached the scree esqu sketchy moves on the rock. Climbing is incredible past the table- lots of positive holds. Very exposed climbing on the ridge- we moved together for the majority of the route. Hard climbing at altitude- mainly operating at 3,300m+ and felt tired as the ridge is pretty continuous! Great to top out at Aiguille du tour.
with Adam Collins, Coops290
Coops290 18 Jul, 2018 AltLd
James Rigby 8 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S
with Conor
with Conor
tradisrad 7 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S
Hidden 5 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S
Matt Boyd 4 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S Nice route, initial ramps leading up to ridge are very loose and chossy! Enjoy getting onto the table itself, it's about the hardest move on the route, the remaining ridge line could be tricky for those uncomfortable with exposure.
with Neil Dickson
Nice route, initial ramps leading up to ridge are very loose and chossy! Enjoy getting onto the table itself, it's about the hardest move on the route, the remaining ridge line could be tricky for those uncomfortable with exposure.
with Neil Dickson
eoinb ?Jul, 2018 Lead
ndraper1 30 Jun, 2018 AltLd rpt Beautiful conditions, rock gets good after the table
with matti
Beautiful conditions, rock gets good after the table
with matti
emmanderson23 29 Jun, 2018 2nd
The9inger 29 Jun, 2018 AltLd
with Amy
with Amy
Stuart Russell 29 Jun, 2018 Lead O/S The first half of the route is a pile of loose rubble and choss and is absolutely not worth enduring. That said, the second half is simply fantastic
The first half of the route is a pile of loose rubble and choss and is absolutely not worth enduring. That said, the second half is simply fantastic
Amy Henchoz 29 Jun, 2018 AltLd
george.rich 28 Jun, 2018 AltLd
scorpia97 25 Jun, 2018 Lead O/S The couloir had frozen nicely but the crossing to the ridge wasnt very nice with some big pieces of loose rock. Once on the ridge it was a great climb. Simuled most of it, lead the table without the slings, all done in big boots.
with Ollie McAndrew, Peter Murdoch
The couloir had frozen nicely but the crossing to the ridge wasnt very nice with some big pieces of loose rock. Once on the ridge it was a great climb. Simuled most of it, lead the table without the slings, all done in big boots.
with Ollie McAndrew, Peter Murdoch
Hidden 23 Jun, 2018 AltLd O/S
Cbulman 23 Jun, 2018 2nd
bethr_1997 23 Jun, 2018 AltLd
Iain_L_32 19 Jun, 2018 -
Alpenglow 19 Jun, 2018 AltLd
with Gavin, ChrisH89
with Gavin, ChrisH89
ChrisH89 19 Jun, 2018 Lead Nice route, moves onto the table are interesting but best part is the narrow ridge that follows. Start is v. chossy.
Nice route, moves onto the table are interesting but best part is the narrow ridge that follows. Start is v. chossy.
steve_gibbs 17 Jun, 2018 AltLd O/S
with Theo Hayne, Rob Morris
with Theo Hayne, Rob Morris
Rob_Morris1996 17 Jun, 2018 AltLd O/S Nice route but quality certainly improves after the table. There is a hard steep corner we got sucked into believing it was the 4b section onto the ledge before the table, it turns out to be much harder and must be an integrale we were unaware of. Not to worry though as all the teams that passed us were sat under the table (8 or so people) unable to mount it. Steve opted for the mantle at the outside end and we ended up hauling the stuck people below up before continuing... a good value route!
Nice route but quality certainly improves after the table. There is a hard steep corner we got sucked into believing it was the 4b section onto the ledge before the table, it turns out to be much harder and must be an integrale we were unaware of. Not to worry though as all the teams that passed us were sat under the table (8 or so people) unable to mount it. Steve opted for the mantle at the outside end and we ended up hauling the stuck people below up before continuing... a good value route!
yamithrain 14 Jun, 2018 AltLd
kbow265 9 Jun, 2018 -
Gawyllie 4 Jun, 2018 -
with mrbird
with mrbird
mrbird 4 Jun, 2018 AltLd
Hidden 20 May, 2018 AltLd
Shea 20 May, 2018 AltLd O/S Lovely day out, snow was a bit sugary but other than that was perfect. Did the mantle onto the table, fun with skis on. Skied out off the back
with Mark Riley, Luke Davis
Lovely day out, snow was a bit sugary but other than that was perfect. Did the mantle onto the table, fun with skis on. Skied out off the back
with Mark Riley, Luke Davis
QuentinSu 15 Jul, 2017 Lead O/S
rpinto 3 Jul, 2017 AltLd
Christine 3 Jul, 2017 AltLd O/S
with rpinto
with rpinto
Teshil ?Jul, 2017 AltLd
with Xieheng Kong, Samie Vu, Nicholas Chee
with Xieheng Kong, Samie Vu, Nicholas Chee
DaveThexton 20 Jun, 2017 Lead From first lift back to lift in just over 6 hrs
From first lift back to lift in just over 6 hrs
Hidden 17 Jun, 2017 AltLd O/S
anthonylewis 17 Jun, 2017 AltLd I lead the glacier approach. Rich mostly leading through the Arete including the table.
I lead the glacier approach. Rich mostly leading through the Arete including the table.
Nick.R_108 17 Jun, 2017 2nd
Climbingspike ??, 2017 -
Paal Kristoffer 7 Sep, 2016 Lead O/S
Lumbering Oaf 26 Jul, 2016 2nd O/S We took the snowy couloir to the left of the SW rocky spur only to find that it was very full of very loose material. It took us a long time (4 to 5 hours) to pick our way safely up the couloir without dislodging material down onto one another. Indeed, we passed lots of abandoned abseil tat in the couloir which seemed rather ominous. However, we persisted, albeit slowly, and once we attained the ridge proper the rock quality improved dramatically and we were able to gain the Southern Summit by late afternoon. Descent via the Normal route.
with David Kay, Alex Shipp
We took the snowy couloir to the left of the SW rocky spur only to find that it was very full of very loose material. It took us a long time (4 to 5 hours) to pick our way safely up the couloir without dislodging material down onto one another. Indeed, we passed lots of abandoned abseil tat in the couloir which seemed rather ominous. However, we persisted, albeit slowly, and once we attained the ridge proper the rock quality improved dramatically and we were able to gain the Southern Summit by late afternoon. Descent via the Normal route.
with David Kay, Alex Shipp
David Kay 26 Jul, 2016 AltLd O/S
with Lumbering Oaf, Alex Shipp
with Lumbering Oaf, Alex Shipp
Michael 17 Jul, 2016 -
Michael 7 Jul, 2016 -
CameronH 1 Jun, 2016 - in lots of powdery snow with one axe each, no crampons and skis on our packs, made for some sketchy mixed climbing! Incredible snow arete, at some points we were literally straddling a knife edge powdery ridge with both feet dangling
with ford23
in lots of powdery snow with one axe each, no crampons and skis on our packs, made for some sketchy mixed climbing! Incredible snow arete, at some points we were literally straddling a knife edge powdery ridge with both feet dangling
with ford23
adam088 5 Aug, 2015 AltLd O/S
with Steven Gibbons
with Steven Gibbons
eoinb ?Aug, 2015 AltLd dnf
Hidden 31 Jul, 2015 -
Hidden 31 Jul, 2015 AltLd
Tony Ryland 28 Jul, 2015 Lead Great long day Frenchman above us had to be helicoptered off the summit after falling due to loose rock
with Jonathan Davies
Great long day Frenchman above us had to be helicoptered off the summit after falling due to loose rock
with Jonathan Davies
jonesieboy 20 Jul, 2015 AltLd
HP9 12 Jul, 2015 2nd
with Tomo cesen
with Tomo cesen
Dale Finnie ??, 2015 AltLd
MoWalker3 14 Sep, 2014 -
with IanC, RichB, ChrisC
with IanC, RichB, ChrisC
louby 7 Sep, 2014 AltLd With Elli and Adam, fun to come back and repeat my first alpine experience and find it super easy!
with chris_B
With Elli and Adam, fun to come back and repeat my first alpine experience and find it super easy!
with chris_B
chris_B 7 Sep, 2014 AltLd
with louby
with louby
ladislav 24 Jul, 2014 2nd O/S
with Andy
with Andy
Hidden ??, 2014 -
sideshow722 ??, 2014 -
jcw ??, 2014 -
Hidden 28 Oct, 2013 AltLd
Dougbart 28 Oct, 2013 -
with Iain
with Iain
ndraper1 ?Oct, 2013 AltLd
steve-grigg 15 Aug, 2013 Lead O/S
David Maddison 15 Aug, 2013 2nd O/S
Hidden ?Aug, 2013 Lead O/S
bonoid 31 Jul, 2013 Lead Think we started in the wrong gully, horrible loose mess. Ridge was good when we made it. Getting onto the table was interesting! 14 hour round trip from the hut, not quite to guidebook time!
with Duncan McLaughlin
Think we started in the wrong gully, horrible loose mess. Ridge was good when we made it. Getting onto the table was interesting! 14 hour round trip from the hut, not quite to guidebook time!
with Duncan McLaughlin
edmitchell ?Jul, 2013 Lead O/S
Hidden ??, 2013 -
Andrewbirkett 26 Aug, 2012 AltLd O/S
with Saz
with Saz
Hidden 14 Aug, 2012 AltLd
Jim Brownlow 11 Aug, 2012 AltLd rpt Very loose in the lower portion of the route, pulled boulder loose and cut rope almost hitting Iain. Incident free thereafter. However descent, was easier last time (by Helicopter).
with Nigel Edley, Iain Mount
Very loose in the lower portion of the route, pulled boulder loose and cut rope almost hitting Iain. Incident free thereafter. However descent, was easier last time (by Helicopter).
with Nigel Edley, Iain Mount
Nigel Edley 11 Aug, 2012 AltLd
Sietse 5 Aug, 2012 -
mickd ?Aug, 2012 AltLd Almost no snow in the gully so did the "ridge" from top to bottom. The bottom was a load of rubbish gravel. Hard to know what route we were on. The top was great. Decent scrambling from Table to main summit. Headed down the tourist route.
Almost no snow in the gully so did the "ridge" from top to bottom. The bottom was a load of rubbish gravel. Hard to know what route we were on. The top was great. Decent scrambling from Table to main summit. Headed down the tourist route.
davepc ?Aug, 2012 AltLd gully to the right was in crap condition-started on ledges at base of ridge-top half climbing excellent condition
with mick
gully to the right was in crap condition-started on ledges at base of ridge-top half climbing excellent condition
with mick
Keith Lambley 12 Jul, 2012 -
with Kate R
with Kate R
steveprice.exmouth 4 Jul, 2012 AltLd
Steve Woollard 4 Jul, 2012 AltLd
Hidden ?Jul, 2012 -
gfpowell ?Jul, 2012 -
robthered 6 Jun, 2012 AltLd Finished up the arrete after the Couloir. First time climbing in crampons anywhere. Moved pretty quickly up to, on to and past the table.
Finished up the arrete after the Couloir. First time climbing in crampons anywhere. Moved pretty quickly up to, on to and past the table.
Hidden 28 Aug, 2011 AltLd O/S
The Mountain Goat 16 Aug, 2011 AltLd dog Moved together, Pitched move onto the table where in true alpine style I yarded on the in situ gear. Went off route lower down into very nasty loose terrain.
Moved together, Pitched move onto the table where in true alpine style I yarded on the in situ gear. Went off route lower down into very nasty loose terrain.
Binder 16 Aug, 2011 AltLd O/S Bit of an epic - 14 hours up and down. Had a lot of a trouble in a very loose gully trying to get onto the ridge - great once you get there though! Bad nav on way down = another chossy gully.
with Chris L
Bit of an epic - 14 hours up and down. Had a lot of a trouble in a very loose gully trying to get onto the ridge - great once you get there though! Bad nav on way down = another chossy gully.
with Chris L
Somerset swede basher 16 Aug, 2011 AltLd O/S Very loose. A bit off route in the middle section before joining the ridge but still ended up at the table.
with Jon Miles
Very loose. A bit off route in the middle section before joining the ridge but still ended up at the table.
with Jon Miles
Hidden 25 Jul, 2011 AltLd
Hidden 25 Jul, 2011 AltLd O/S
Hidden 25 Jul, 2011 AltLd O/S
Ross Davidson 25 Jul, 2011 AltLd O/S Hard conditions. A few moves of scottish tech 4. Assuming we even went up the right gully
Hard conditions. A few moves of scottish tech 4. Assuming we even went up the right gully
Jim Brownlow 25 Jul, 2011 -
Hidden 21 Jul, 2011 AltLd O/S
Adi Hooper 20 Jul, 2011 AltLd dnf So much snow overnight that we turned back at 3100m near the start of the route. Awful conditions. Spent previous night at the Albert Premier hut.
with Roger Ward
So much snow overnight that we turned back at 3100m near the start of the route. Awful conditions. Spent previous night at the Albert Premier hut.
with Roger Ward
ferdia 4 Jul, 2011 2nd
with Hertha Taverner-Wood, Marcus Horgan, CalumC
with Hertha Taverner-Wood, Marcus Horgan, CalumC
marcushorgan 4 Jul, 2011 AltLd O/S
with Ferdia Earle, Calum Cuthill, Hertha Taverner Wood
with Ferdia Earle, Calum Cuthill, Hertha Taverner Wood
tsl42 ?Jul, 2011 2nd O/S Not sure we followed the route exactly but got to the table anyways.
Not sure we followed the route exactly but got to the table anyways.
HosteDenis ?Jul, 2011 AltLd O/S
Hidden ?Aug, 2010 Lead
amthalmann 3 Jul, 2010 -
with Barney
with Barney
Petarghh 2 Jul, 2010 AltLd O/S
Brannock 2 Jul, 2010 AltLd Nice route, very little snow on route, Table du Roc Couliur virtually dry.
with Annette
Nice route, very little snow on route, Table du Roc Couliur virtually dry.
with Annette
Hidden 1 Jul, 2010 -
mark_chal 29 Jun, 2010 AltLd O/S
matt_ringrose ?Jun, 2010 AltLd
Hidden ??, 2010 -
Guy Wilson ??, 2010 -
goatee ??, 2010 -
with tim long
with tim long
Hidden 11 Jul, 2009 2nd
Neil D ?Jul, 2009 Lead O/S
with Caspar
with Caspar
Hidden ?Jul, 2009 AltLd O/S
Glyn 30 Jun, 2009 Lead dnf Initial rock from above glacier very loose and choosy. Glacier had receded a long was in recent years making the start of this route a serious proposal. Difficult route finding.
Initial rock from above glacier very loose and choosy. Glacier had receded a long was in recent years making the start of this route a serious proposal. Difficult route finding.
ruaidh 28 Jun, 2009 AltLd O/S
Tom Stoddart 9 Sep, 2008 -
with Tom Slade
with Tom Slade
garethsteel ?Sep, 2008 Lead O/S
Hidden 16 Aug, 2008 -
Hidden ?Aug, 2008 2nd
vvanhinsbergh 29 Jun, 2008 Lead O/S
with Gerard Tenant
with Gerard Tenant
Rob84 19 Jun, 2008 Lead O/S
with Jim D and Bethan G
with Jim D and Bethan G
SamStrong 19 Jun, 2008 Lead Snowy as hell!
with Stephen Bond, Mark Stitson
Snowy as hell!
with Stephen Bond, Mark Stitson
spbond 19 Jun, 2008 2nd
with Mark, Sam
with Mark, Sam
Hidden 19 Jun, 2008 AltLd
Hidden 24 Aug, 2007 AltLd O/S
davefount 20 Jul, 2007 AltLd dnf extremely snowed up, sadly we were too slow and the midday sun and deterating snow conditions meant we abbed off into table couloir just below the table,
with Jez, Will Kelsall
extremely snowed up, sadly we were too slow and the midday sun and deterating snow conditions meant we abbed off into table couloir just below the table,
with Jez, Will Kelsall
TGreen 16 Jul, 2007 AltLd O/S
Hidden 7 Jul, 2007 AltLd dnf
Rosie Henstock ?Jul, 2007 AltLd O/S
with TGreen
with TGreen
9fingerjon ?Jul, 2007 AltLd O/S Moved together up Table du Roc coloir, then traversed left to join spur at table roc
with James H
Moved together up Table du Roc coloir, then traversed left to join spur at table roc
with James H
industrialiceman 22 Jun, 2007 AltLd
Rich Cross - Alpine Guides ?Aug, 2006 Lead
with Duncan Smith
with Duncan Smith
Hidden ?Jul, 2006 -
david morse ?Jul, 2006 AltLd dont go off route at the bottom, and dont do it after heavy rain in the night! best take the coulair to the right of the ridge to avoid the choss at the bottom (forget the name, obvious though)
with chris todd
dont go off route at the bottom, and dont do it after heavy rain in the night! best take the coulair to the right of the ridge to avoid the choss at the bottom (forget the name, obvious though)
with chris todd
Hidden 14 Jun, 2006 Lead
Sarah Bough 14 Jun, 2006 2nd Took alternate "route" instead of normal SW ridge!
with Oliver Mentz, Ellen Taylor, Jesse Dufton
Took alternate "route" instead of normal SW ridge!
with Oliver Mentz, Ellen Taylor, Jesse Dufton
ellentaylor ?Jun, 2006 -
with Ollie, Jesse, Sarah
with Ollie, Jesse, Sarah
Hidden ?Jun, 2006 Lead
sgl 8 Jun, 2005 AltLd
with Konnie
with Konnie
Hidden 8 Jun, 2005 AltLd O/S
Julie Carroll 23 Aug, 2004 AltLd
with Malcolm Dyson
with Malcolm Dyson
Gibbo ?Jul, 2004 AltLd
with Tom Gibbison
with Tom Gibbison
ashpreston ??, 2004 -
mike.moss ??, 2004 AltLd O/S
with Alex Cowan
with Alex Cowan
Paul-Michael 23 Jul, 2003 AltLd O/S 6 1/2 hrs PD Decended East Flank
with Peter Anderson, Paul Nurse
6 1/2 hrs PD Decended East Flank
with Peter Anderson, Paul Nurse
wherewelf ?Jul, 2003 -
Hidden ?Jun, 2003 AltLd
Hidden ?Jun, 2003 AltLd
k2scott ??, 2003 -
Hidden 8 Aug, 2002 AltLd
clams ??, 2002 -
with AD
with AD
chrishedgehog 13 Aug, 2001 AltLd O/S
with Dan Bailey, Clare Wilkie
with Dan Bailey, Clare Wilkie
Tim W ??, 2001 -
t p hubbard ?Aug, 1999 -
norwooderson ?Jul, 1999 AltLd
NickBrown ?Jul, 1999 AltLd O/S
Tim Sparrow ?Aug, 1996 - Wifey's one and only alpine route. Well I had a good time!
with Rhiannon
Wifey's one and only alpine route. Well I had a good time!
with Rhiannon
andy_pemberton ?Jul, 1995 AltLd With Julie Dugdale and Richard XX. Great little route.
with Jon Scorer
With Julie Dugdale and Richard XX. Great little route.
with Jon Scorer
Laramadness 3 Aug, 1994 AltLd
with RF
with RF
Hidden ?Jun, 1993 Lead
Mike_d78 15 Aug, 1992 AltLd O/S
with ste_d
with ste_d
ste_d 15 Aug, 1992 AltLd O/S
Pete_Frost 29 Jul, 1991 AltLd rpt Loads of choss in lower couloirs so loads of rock kicked down in the process. Combined with traverse of north summit and downclimb of col du Pissoir. First tried in 1990 when a sick partner forced retreat.
with Stuart Turnbull
Loads of choss in lower couloirs so loads of rock kicked down in the process. Combined with traverse of north summit and downclimb of col du Pissoir. First tried in 1990 when a sick partner forced retreat.
with Stuart Turnbull
Conan ?Jul, 1989 AltLd Choss Fest lower down Great day out for my 1st Alpine Route
Choss Fest lower down Great day out for my 1st Alpine Route
Pete Pozman 2 Aug, 1986 AltLd O/S
with John Byrne
with John Byrne
Hidden ?Jul, 1986 AltLd O/S
bobelvedere ?Jul, 1985 AltLd
with Finn Klinkby
with Finn Klinkby
Maarten2 ??, 1985 AltLd Not having a good guidebook, we did the entire ridge (on plastic boots...hohum). Did the Table via a ludicrous mantleshelf where it rests on the pinnacle (first swung the rucksacks on top) and half an hour gathering courage. 12 hour+ day.....
with Maarten B
Not having a good guidebook, we did the entire ridge (on plastic boots...hohum). Did the Table via a ludicrous mantleshelf where it rests on the pinnacle (first swung the rucksacks on top) and half an hour gathering courage. 12 hour+ day.....
with Maarten B
davemhart 2 Aug, 1984 -
andy tetsill ?Aug, 1984 Lead
with Derek, Ian Bennet,, Joy
with Derek, Ian Bennet,, Joy
mark-abz ?Jul, 1981 AltLd
beaumap ?Aug, 1977 2nd Mick Tighe
with Mick
Mick Tighe
with Mick
Steve Bell ??, 1977 -
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