Climbs 20
Rocktype Granite
Altitude 3486m a.s.l

Jon Morgan and Stuart Johnston on the summit ridge of Mont Dolent © Ben Tibbetts

Crag features

 

This chain of peaks which ring the southeastern end of the Argentière Glacier provides some wonderful mixed and ice 'goulottes' for mid to high grade climbers. Mont Dolent is best known because the borders of France, Italy and Switzerland meet on the summit, meaning that when re-hydrating after your route, you and your climbing partner(s) could be 2m apart but in different countries!

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Guidebooks

Chamonix

A single publication from Rockfax with hundreds of routes ranging from short sport ticks to the best multi-day adventures. It is illustrated with some amazing photo-topos, superb maps and with excellent detailed descriptions.
More info
More Guidebooks:
Neige, Glace et Mixte (1996)
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Mont Dolent South Face
2 South-West Couloir
-
AD  
3 Ordinary Route AD 13
4 South-East Ridge Integrale
-
AD  
  Mont Dolent North Face
6 Gallet Ridge
-
AD+ *** 13
7 North Ridge
-
D 3
8 Charlet Route TD 4 * 5
  Pointe de Pre de Bar
10 Madness Très Mince TD 5 *** 8
11 Charlet-Ghilini ED1 5 *** 5
12 Kollop Couloir D  
  Pointe du Domino
14 North couloir D * 1
15 Charlet-Rebuffat (NNW) Spur D+  
16 Petit Viking TD- 4 *** 21

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