Type: Trad, Alpine, 590 ft (179 m), 6 pitches
FA: Mme M. Damesme, F. Batier, M. Damesme, J. Morin, Aug 24 1945
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Shared By: Jeff Klassen on Nov 2, 2018
Admins: Euan Cameron, Luc-514, David Riley

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Description

Probably the most climbed route on the "l'M". This climb has great, moderate movement in a spectacular setting.

Climb the path of least resistance up the approximate center of the route aiming for a huge right-facing corner (crux) a few pitches up. From the top of the corner, trend left for a few feet, then up and right for a pitch.

Location

Approach up towards the 'climbers left' side of the L'M about 200 yards to a poorly-defined "Arete" -- more of a buttress, really.

Protection

Standard Rack. 2 50m Ropes required for rappel. You may need crampons for the approach/descent.

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