Rockfax Description
III, 600m, 4 - 5 hours. A long route with plenty of varied climbing.There is not much technical ground but covering a lot of terrain in one day presents a specific type of challenge and will test your skills of moving together and route finding. There are numerous appealing looking options in the upper part of the route and a lot of old gear around, so sticking to the right line both on the way up and down is challenging for any team, even when you've already done the route a few times!
Approach - From the Plan de l'Aiguille, follow the path south towards the Glacier des Pélerins, signposted for the Refuge des Grands Mulets. The path splits; go right to end up on a moraine ridge with the glacier on the right and the west face of the Aiguille du Peigne on the left. Follow the path up the moraine ridge to reach the bottom left end of the Peigne snowfield.
1) Scramble up slabby, broken rocks at the bottom left of the snowfield for 15m (or climb the snowfield itself if conditions allow or if you have crampons) to a good path which leads leftwards for 50m (via an exposed section of short, easy downclimbing) to the foot of the Papillons Couloir.
2) Continue up the path (which becomes increasingly vague) on the right-hand side of the couloir, passing numerous cairns. As the couloir narrows and steepens, the path moves left and the going becomes more scrambling than walking but it is still fairly straightforward and it should be possible to keep motoring until you reach the foot of a wide, 10m corner-crack.
3) 4b. Thrutch up the corner (4b) to a bolt and scramble up for 15m to a well-polished ramp-line leading out left. Follow this easily enough (4a) to a double bolt belay 10m below a notch in the ridge crest above.
4) 4b. Continue for 5m towards the ridge and then go right up a flake and a slab (4b) to hit the crest. Follow it over excellent, blocky ground to a long, exposed ledge overlooking the Peigne slabs on the left.
5) Walk along the ledge for 50m to where it ends and then cut right up low-angled scrambling ground to rejoin the Papillons Couloir roughly 100m above where you left it. Climb this easily for 50m, exit it leftwards and then walk rightwards up ledges to a notch beneath Gendarme Pointe 3009m.
6) 4a. Go rightwards around the gendarme and scramble up to a notch on the right. Traverse rightwards across some loose but almost flat ground, and then climb a short and steep 10m step (4a) to reach a final, short traverse to Brèche 3043m.
7) 4b. Follow the Southwest Ridge for 20m (4b) and then step down and right to a ledge. Climb a short corner on the right and then make a descending traverse rightwards to another short corner. Climb this to reach a ledge system.
8) 4c. Go along the ledge system rightwards to reach a large area of light-coloured rock - this is the 'Salle à Manger'. Cross this, still going right, to the foot of a right-leaning chimney at the same altitude as the Col du Peigne. Climb the chimney for two pitches (4c) to belay on some slightly disconcerting and loose looking blocks, beneath a steep flake-crack.
9) 4c. Climb the flake-crack (4c) to reach the extremely exposed summit ridge. Follow this, turning any difficulties on the right, to reach the pinnacle, after which the ridge drops away steeply. Make a 5m abseil onto a ledge on the right and from here, squirm (and it is a squirm) under the summit block and onto the top.
Descent - Make a 25m abseil from a double bolt anchor on the summit block, down the Lépiney Crack, which is on the northwest face of the summit tower. Pull the rope and scramble leftwards (when facing out) for 10m to reach another bolt belay which is just out of sight from the foot of the Lépiney Crack, but which is at the top of a long series of slabs, high above the couloir leading down from the Col du Peigne. Make three more 25m abseils, all from bolted belays, to the ledge system you crossed on the way up. Descend this rightwards (when facing out) via the odd technical step (it's worth placing some gear here and moving together as the terrain is not as easy as initially appears) to the belay where the ascent route branches off from the Southwest Ridge. Make a final 25m abseil to end up just below Brèche 3043m. Scramble up to this and then reverse the ascent route. At the far end of the long ledge overlooking the Peigne slabs is a bolted abseil anchor which allows you abseil directly into the Papillons Couloir via a 25m abseil. From here, scramble down easily to the bolt at the top of the 4b corner which marks the start of the difficulties on the way up. Abseil off the bolt and scramble down the remainder of the ascent route. © Rockfax

Liegard, O'Gorman, Ravanel and Couttet 23/Jul/1906

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Pero 10 Aug Show βeta
βeta: We were using the description from the "60 routes" book. This probably has insufficient detail and it takes you onto the SW ridge, which felt more like the D+ it is. And getting back to the normal route at the Salle a manger is much further than it implies. The description on here looks much better. If you read the route described, there are 10 pitches of 4b/c rock. Unless you are moving together on this, then that's 3-4 hours just for the climbing. If you're going at AD+, I'd say the ascent is more like 5-7 hours, even if you know the route. And, I'd allow 4-5 hours back to the lift. In other words, 9-12 hours lift to lift is more realistic if AD+ is your grade.
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βeta: We were using the description from the "60 routes" book. This probably has insufficient detail and it takes you onto the SW ridge, which felt more like the D+ it is. And getting back to the normal route at the Salle a manger is much further than it implies. The description on here looks much better. If you read the route described, there are 10 pitches of 4b/c rock. Unless you are moving together on this, then that's 3-4 hours just for the climbing. If you're going at AD+, I'd say the ascent is more like 5-7 hours, even if you know the route. And, I'd allow 4-5 hours back to the lift. In other words, 9-12 hours lift to lift is more realistic if AD+ is your grade.
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edurand13 17 Sep -
WhipperSnapper 15 Sep AltLd dnf Started too late, moved too slowly as a three, retreated from the end of the 4c chimney. Missed last lift down, walked down to valley. McDonald’s closed. Beans at tent.
Started too late, moved too slowly as a three, retreated from the end of the 4c chimney. Missed last lift down, walked down to valley. McDonald’s closed. Beans at tent.
KianPotter 27 Aug AltLd
Small and weak 25 Aug AltLd
with Ed Hutchings
with Ed Hutchings
Webster 14 Aug AltLd dnf after lepidopteres, got to within about 80m of the top but after some route finding issues ran out of time. will have to return on another day.
after lepidopteres, got to within about 80m of the top but after some route finding issues ran out of time. will have to return on another day.
Pero 8 Aug AltLd dnf
Captain Solo 8 Aug AltLd dnf Started following SW ridge which was harder and too time consuming. Headed back down from around the salle à manger. Good fun though.
with Pero
Started following SW ridge which was harder and too time consuming. Headed back down from around the salle à manger. Good fun though.
with Pero
Dog Dave 8 Aug 2nd Brilliant climb, very exposed in places but lots of reasonable stuff to balance out. 9hrs chamonix to chamonix using first lift
Brilliant climb, very exposed in places but lots of reasonable stuff to balance out. 9hrs chamonix to chamonix using first lift
TomGB 31 Jul 2nd O/S Crikey. We were 6th in the queue for the first lift and missed the last lift down, getting back to town at 8.45. An epic. Route finding is difficult and we had poor visibility due to mist for a lot of the day. Got lost on the way up and on the way down. Did a couple of pitches of SW ridge before realising our mistake and abbing down. Descent is a slog, lots of abs, lot of down-scrambling (definitely don't miss the last lift, the walk is interminable)
Crikey. We were 6th in the queue for the first lift and missed the last lift down, getting back to town at 8.45. An epic. Route finding is difficult and we had poor visibility due to mist for a lot of the day. Got lost on the way up and on the way down. Did a couple of pitches of SW ridge before realising our mistake and abbing down. Descent is a slog, lots of abs, lot of down-scrambling (definitely don't miss the last lift, the walk is interminable)
professorcobra 31 Jul Lead Summitted this time, via some pitched of SW ridge then abbing to rejoin peigne normal. Miss last cable car back.
with TomGB
Summitted this time, via some pitched of SW ridge then abbing to rejoin peigne normal. Miss last cable car back.
with TomGB
David Kay 23 Jul AltLd O/S
with Simon Coldrick, Hoyes
with Simon Coldrick, Hoyes
Hoyes 23 Jul AltLd O/S A fantastic bit of mountaineering! Some quite hard climbing in big boots (especially if you get off route!) Quite tricky route finding but that's part of the challenge/fun! First lift up and made the last lift down which we were very pleased about!)
A fantastic bit of mountaineering! Some quite hard climbing in big boots (especially if you get off route!) Quite tricky route finding but that's part of the challenge/fun! First lift up and made the last lift down which we were very pleased about!)
Kit Kline 22 Jul AltLd dnf
Aled Williams 22 Jul AltLd
Amy Kilpin 22 Jul 2nd
JohnHartley 22 Jul AltLd O/S
Hidden 19 Jul AltLd
ndraper1 16 Jul AltLd part of the Peigne-Plan Traverse
part of the Peigne-Plan Traverse
DigitalSteak 16 Jul AltLd As part of Peigne/Pelerins/Plan traverse
As part of Peigne/Pelerins/Plan traverse
BenCollis 3 Jul Lead Big queue at Midi lift at 8am, got to start of route at 11am, turned back just before route splits - back at plan 6pm, missed last lift and had a pleasant walk down.
Big queue at Midi lift at 8am, got to start of route at 11am, turned back just before route splits - back at plan 6pm, missed last lift and had a pleasant walk down.
joegrainger 28 Jun 2nd
with Gav Pike
with Gav Pike
Calum3610 26 Jun AltLd Bloody long, but great summit. Missed the last lift down and had to hoof it back to Cham.
with Andy H AMC
Bloody long, but great summit. Missed the last lift down and had to hoof it back to Cham.
with Andy H AMC
Hidden 25 Jun Lead O/S
Harryblake 25 Jun 2nd β Started after topping out Lepidoptres
with Alastair Graves
Started after topping out Lepidoptres
with Alastair Graves
Michael S. Catlett 11 Jun -
sroelants 18 Sep, 2018 Solo
DaveThexton 9 Sep, 2018 AltLd
Hidden 9 Sep, 2018 AltLd O/S
Hidden 5 Sep, 2018 AltLd O/S
Rossco-p 2 Sep, 2018 2nd O/S
with Paul Swail
with Paul Swail
Nickwild 8 Aug, 2018 2nd
with Julien Ravanello, Daniel Wild
with Julien Ravanello, Daniel Wild
Max Streeton 3 Aug, 2018 Lead When wrong near summit and ended up at bottom of Lepany cracks, so did not reach summit
When wrong near summit and ended up at bottom of Lepany cracks, so did not reach summit
Liam Ingram 27 Jul, 2018 Sent Great adventure.
Great adventure.
klcmunro 27 Jul, 2018 Sent
nathanjmasters 26 Jul, 2018 Lead O/S
DigitalSteak 23 Jul, 2018 Lead O/S Lead it all. Good alpine adventure, glad to get to the summit after 5 other routes on this peak
Lead it all. Good alpine adventure, glad to get to the summit after 5 other routes on this peak
BenCollis 10 Jul, 2018 2nd
Al_Mac 9 Jul, 2018 -
with Louie
with Louie
Gemmazrobo 9 Jul, 2018 AltLd O/S Led a pitch of South East ridge before coming back to join normal route, descent is straight forward but a long ball ache of down scrambling after many abs.
with Julian
Led a pitch of South East ridge before coming back to join normal route, descent is straight forward but a long ball ache of down scrambling after many abs.
with Julian
pugilistswine 15 Feb, 2018 2nd
Everetta ??, 2018 AltLd O/S 3.5 hr not bad!
3.5 hr not bad!
Hidden 21 Aug, 2017 -
davidibex 20 Aug, 2017 -
SJPowderham1 20 Aug, 2017 -
seanhendo123 7 Aug, 2017 AltLd O/S From the papillions and in descent
with Lamb
From the papillions and in descent
with Lamb
Lamb 7 Aug, 2017 AltLd O/S From the top of Papillons. Great summit. https://craiglamb.blogspot.co.uk/2017/12/chamonix-summer-2017.html
From the top of Papillons. Great summit. https://craiglamb.blogspot.co.uk/2017/12/chamonix-summer-2017.html
Lumbering Oaf 5 Aug, 2017 AltLd O/S A feast of mountaineering! We climbed this route in big mountain boots and a single 60 m rope. We took the wrong couloir (on the right) to reach the ridge line: it has lots abseil tat in it and a couple of awkward climbing sections. Made the lower ridge line on the SW spur and followed well worn scramble lines toward the Breche. Climbed the awkward crack (traditional thrutch) which leads to the 'thin section' and then the 'Salle A Manger'. From the 'Salle A Manger' the upper ridge line is reached with some excellent climbing and the ridge line at the summit is amazingly exposed! Excellent pitches to the summit block. Abseils back to the 'Salle A Manger' are easy to find/follow and are 25 m. Got a rope stuck on the abseils from the 'thin section' back to the Breche which caused delay. Eventually worked out how to reverse the lower pitches having come up the wrong way at the start. AC guide says this is a good route for 'novices'. You'd think they they had it in for the fledgling alpinist!
with Alex Shipp
A feast of mountaineering! We climbed this route in big mountain boots and a single 60 m rope. We took the wrong couloir (on the right) to reach the ridge line: it has lots abseil tat in it and a couple of awkward climbing sections. Made the lower ridge line on the SW spur and followed well worn scramble lines toward the Breche. Climbed the awkward crack (traditional thrutch) which leads to the 'thin section' and then the 'Salle A Manger'. From the 'Salle A Manger' the upper ridge line is reached with some excellent climbing and the ridge line at the summit is amazingly exposed! Excellent pitches to the summit block. Abseils back to the 'Salle A Manger' are easy to find/follow and are 25 m. Got a rope stuck on the abseils from the 'thin section' back to the Breche which caused delay. Eventually worked out how to reverse the lower pitches having come up the wrong way at the start. AC guide says this is a good route for 'novices'. You'd think they they had it in for the fledgling alpinist!
with Alex Shipp
lukegorman 4 Aug, 2017 AltLd
Wendy Watthews 4 Aug, 2017 - Left our bivi at ~6am. Ran together through a lot of the scrambling ground. At the start of the proper pitches i managed to lead us almost immediately off route up a tempting flake system to a sloping belay. Finally managed to get back on route but this time with a few teams ahead of us. The ridge was gloriously exposed and managed to turn me into a wuss but was pretty spectacular. Got lost again on the 5th/6th abseils. Great long day out, rockfax description needs improvement as almost all the description for the to half is inadequate but I suppose that adds to the adventure.
Left our bivi at ~6am. Ran together through a lot of the scrambling ground. At the start of the proper pitches i managed to lead us almost immediately off route up a tempting flake system to a sloping belay. Finally managed to get back on route but this time with a few teams ahead of us. The ridge was gloriously exposed and managed to turn me into a wuss but was pretty spectacular. Got lost again on the 5th/6th abseils. Great long day out, rockfax description needs improvement as almost all the description for the to half is inadequate but I suppose that adds to the adventure.
professorcobra 3 Aug, 2017 Lead dnf Run out of time and turned at breche
Run out of time and turned at breche
alexbooker87 3 Aug, 2017 Lead dnf
with Beth Booker, professorcobra
with Beth Booker, professorcobra
Petarghh 2 Aug, 2017 AltLd
paulmck 1 Aug, 2017 -
Lakesben 1 Aug, 2017 AltLd Started by doing Lepidopteres then joined the ridge which is a nice combination. Fantastic route, long and complex but not hard. Found the rockfax guidebook woefully inadequate both in description and pictures. Fortunately the other party on the route had a proper guide so we could use that. Worth being aware if you're using the new Rockfax, it's just not detailed enough. Descent was actually described very well and although involved is pretty straightforward
with Matt H
Started by doing Lepidopteres then joined the ridge which is a nice combination. Fantastic route, long and complex but not hard. Found the rockfax guidebook woefully inadequate both in description and pictures. Fortunately the other party on the route had a proper guide so we could use that. Worth being aware if you're using the new Rockfax, it's just not detailed enough. Descent was actually described very well and although involved is pretty straightforward
with Matt H
Hidden 1 Aug, 2017 AltLd O/S
Michael 1 Aug, 2017 -
janegallwey 17 Jul, 2017 Solo O/S Felt exposed up there without a rope but the climbing is very secure. Didn't even get lost!
Felt exposed up there without a rope but the climbing is very secure. Didn't even get lost!
FelixJT 17 Jul, 2017 AltLd
with alex brighton
with alex brighton
James Gordon ?Jul, 2017 -
steve_gibbs 26 Jun, 2017 Lead O/S
with Joe Ramsay
with Joe Ramsay
IanHope 17 Jun, 2017 2nd O/S
with Bruce goodlad
with Bruce goodlad
joeramsay ?Jun, 2017 2nd O/S couldn't find the workaround to the hard bits, so we just did them
couldn't find the workaround to the hard bits, so we just did them
Hidden 22 Jul, 2016 AltLd O/S
Gumery 1 Jul, 2016 AltLd O/S All in boots. Good mountaineering route.
with Alex Marchant
All in boots. Good mountaineering route.
with Alex Marchant
Hidden 27 Aug, 2015 AltLd O/S
tradguy 26 Aug, 2015 2nd β
mcaterina 26 Aug, 2015 Lead
with tradguy
with tradguy
QuentinSu 25 Aug, 2015 Lead O/S
Stuart Johnston 24 Jul, 2015 Lead O/S Climbed the top pitches via the salle a manger. 4b is about the right grade but relatively sustained at this grade, so I thought harder than AD. Lots of people were in rock boots for these pitches (although we were in big boots and it was fine). The descent is quite long. Our guide book mentioned raps to get you back to the Salle a Manger from the summit, but if you do this you need to down climb a relatively horizontal traverse. On the way up we saw people rapping straight down from the base of the summit abseils, but we missed these. Storm broke as we hit the summit which meant for a long, cold 0 viz descent.
with Lara Kesterton
Climbed the top pitches via the salle a manger. 4b is about the right grade but relatively sustained at this grade, so I thought harder than AD. Lots of people were in rock boots for these pitches (although we were in big boots and it was fine). The descent is quite long. Our guide book mentioned raps to get you back to the Salle a Manger from the summit, but if you do this you need to down climb a relatively horizontal traverse. On the way up we saw people rapping straight down from the base of the summit abseils, but we missed these. Storm broke as we hit the summit which meant for a long, cold 0 viz descent.
with Lara Kesterton
Hidden 16 Jul, 2015 AltLd O/S
Hidden 5 Jul, 2015 2nd
MoWalker3 6 Sep, 2014 Lead dnf Reached the top of an icy couloir above the poor rock traverse then retreated due to time constraints.
with IanC
Reached the top of an icy couloir above the poor rock traverse then retreated due to time constraints.
with IanC
Hidden 10 Aug, 2014 AltLd dnf
Harry Ellis 17 Jul, 2014 AltLd dnf Turned back having gone wrong near top and taken too long
with Chris Cox
Turned back having gone wrong near top and taken too long
with Chris Cox
AnnaBacklund ?Jul, 2014 AltLd O/S
Hidden 15 Aug, 2013 AltLd
Hidden 24 Jul, 2013 2nd
PtereBradley ?Jul, 2013 2nd dnf Had to alter rout and finish early due to traffic
with Phil Dowthwaite
Had to alter rout and finish early due to traffic
with Phil Dowthwaite
kingjam ??, 2013 2nd
with Matt Naylor
with Matt Naylor
walts4 ??, 2013 -
Hidden 27 Aug, 2012 AltLd dnf
Rich Cross - Alpine Guides 3 Aug, 2012 Lead
with AshwinT
with AshwinT
Hidden 3 Aug, 2012 2nd O/S
Hidden 11 Jul, 2011 AltLd
HimTiggins 11 Jul, 2011 AltLd O/S Started up Lepidopteres
with tebs
Started up Lepidopteres
with tebs
masa-alpin 15 Oct, 2010 AltLd O/S Completed the route itself in 3 hours 10 minutes (7 hours 10 min for the round trip from/to Midi Plan station). Although the route was partly snow-covered, we managed with climbing shoes. Near the summit I went off route, ending up in a good HVS 5a crack, followed by a chimney lead by Max, which lead to the main summit directly (bypassing the sub-peak). Abseiled off on the clean slab.
with Max C
Completed the route itself in 3 hours 10 minutes (7 hours 10 min for the round trip from/to Midi Plan station). Although the route was partly snow-covered, we managed with climbing shoes. Near the summit I went off route, ending up in a good HVS 5a crack, followed by a chimney lead by Max, which lead to the main summit directly (bypassing the sub-peak). Abseiled off on the clean slab.
with Max C
David Horwood 6 Sep, 2010 -
Pat-H 9 Aug, 2010 2nd
Hidden ??, 2010 -
reima ?Aug, 2009 AltLd dnf Started with Lépidoptères to gain the top of Papillon ridge and wandered along the normal route until the last gendarme, at which we met some other half-lost climbers and a returning guide with a client. The general consensus was that it was better to turn back at that hour.
with Nora, Niamh
Started with Lépidoptères to gain the top of Papillon ridge and wandered along the normal route until the last gendarme, at which we met some other half-lost climbers and a returning guide with a client. The general consensus was that it was better to turn back at that hour.
with Nora, Niamh
Bristoldave ?Aug, 2009 Lead
CarolineH ?Aug, 2009 -
Rich Cross - Alpine Guides ?Aug, 2009 Lead
with Matt Evenden
with Matt Evenden
Hidden 25 Jul, 2009 -
Misha 16 Jul, 2009 AltLd O/S Was in a three with Dave and Mike but that didn't slow us down that much as we mostly moved together. Route finding was tricky though. Crux pitch was fine but then I went off route by following a line more or less straight up from the belay rather than traversing to the right. This was harder than the normal crux and then had to ab off a little ridge to get back on the route, so lost time. Didn't actually quite get to the summit as decided to turn back in the hope of getting the last cable car down (I got to within about 10 metres of the summit before abbing back). The descent took ages though as we had to reverse the entire route to collect axes and crampons (which proved unnecessary as it was possible to get up the neve in big boots, should have checked in the OHM), so we only got to the Plan around 9pm and decided to stay in the hut for the night as didn't fancy the walk down. The nice guardien prepared a meal for us even at this late hour. Big boots all the way of course.
Was in a three with Dave and Mike but that didn't slow us down that much as we mostly moved together. Route finding was tricky though. Crux pitch was fine but then I went off route by following a line more or less straight up from the belay rather than traversing to the right. This was harder than the normal crux and then had to ab off a little ridge to get back on the route, so lost time. Didn't actually quite get to the summit as decided to turn back in the hope of getting the last cable car down (I got to within about 10 metres of the summit before abbing back). The descent took ages though as we had to reverse the entire route to collect axes and crampons (which proved unnecessary as it was possible to get up the neve in big boots, should have checked in the OHM), so we only got to the Plan around 9pm and decided to stay in the hut for the night as didn't fancy the walk down. The nice guardien prepared a meal for us even at this late hour. Big boots all the way of course.
davepc ?Jul, 2009 AltLd
with Mike, misha
with Mike, misha
JonHarvey ?Aug, 2008 AltLd O/S From the top of the Papillons ridge
From the top of the Papillons ridge
Hidden ?Aug, 2008 AltLd O/S
Mihkel 6 Aug, 2007 AltLd O/S Climbed a direct couple of pitches to summit pyramid (~V). Descent was protracted (with lots of abseiling) basically following line of ascent, with rope getting caught at one point. 5.5 hrs to summit (gbt+0.5).
with Gareth Tucker
Climbed a direct couple of pitches to summit pyramid (~V). Descent was protracted (with lots of abseiling) basically following line of ascent, with rope getting caught at one point. 5.5 hrs to summit (gbt+0.5).
with Gareth Tucker
Paul-Michael 20 Jul, 2003 AltLd O/S Diccon tried to climb South-West Ridge and kept going for 1 1/2 hrs. We had a spageti moment with the rope.
with Peter Collins, Cuillin Calling
Diccon tried to climb South-West Ridge and kept going for 1 1/2 hrs. We had a spageti moment with the rope.
with Peter Collins, Cuillin Calling
Cuillin Calling 20 Jul, 2003 AltLd
t p hubbard ?Aug, 2002 -
craig h ?Aug, 1998 AltLd
with Janet Hannah
with Janet Hannah
stokesrees ??, 1997 Lead
with Ryan Brown
with Ryan Brown
ericinbristol ?Jul, 1996 AltLd O/S Started up Lépidoptères (Aiguille du Peigne).
with Richard Nadin
Started up Lépidoptères (Aiguille du Peigne).
with Richard Nadin
Hidden ?Aug, 1994 Lead
Hidden ?Aug, 1993 AltLd O/S
John Marsland 12 Aug, 1985 Solo
Robmwatt ??, 1984 AltLd
with Gaz Morgan
with Gaz Morgan
mark-abz ?Jul, 1980 AltLd
with Mick D
with Mick D
Bolt Phobia 4 Aug, 1975 AltLd Descent route
with Kit Spencer, Nicole
Descent route
with Kit Spencer, Nicole
Rob Davies ?Aug, 1975 AltLd dnf Lost route, ended up below steep ground above Col du Peigne.
with Niall Macfadyen
Lost route, ended up below steep ground above Col du Peigne.
with Niall Macfadyen
Bolt Phobia 13 Jul, 1975 AltLd Descent route
with Kit Spencer
Descent route
with Kit Spencer
Bolt Phobia 15 Aug, 1974 AltLd
with Steve Woollard
with Steve Woollard
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