Envers des Aiguilles Rock Climbing
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Serious mountain boots (like waterproof with stiff sole for kicking steps and attaching serious crampons) are needed to access most routes in most conditions. Not many routes here can be accessed without crossing steep snow.
Crampons and ice axe often required to make the transition from snow to rock at the base of the route. Might need to make a couple of moves with crampon points on rock. Might need a _technical_ ice axe for "engineering" across the gap between hard snow and rock.
Crampons often required (or at least useful) for hiking access from the hut to the base of the route.
Reservations for sleeping places in the hut can be made through the website or Facebook page of the hut. Or any problem with that, or if it's the same or next day, just phone the guardian at the hut - (the guardian as of 2017 speaks good English). Do not just show up without advance notice.
In good conditions, expect to take 3+ hours from Montenvers station to the Refuge with a heavy pack.
Classic Climbing Routes at Envers des Aiguilles
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