Peaks

 

45

 

 

Pursuers

 

92

 

 

Finishers

 

0

 

 

Includes peaks with at least 150m prominence in the Mont Blanc Massif in France. A true mountaineering challenge. Created by peakery member Mark Trengove.

 

Highest peak

Mont Blanc

15,782 ft / 4,810 m

Most prominent peak

Mont Blanc

15,410 ft / 4,696 m

Most summited peak

Mont Blanc

74 summits

Most difficult peak

no info yet

Difficulty breakdown

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Top climbing months

July   24%

August   21%

June   17%

"That was one of the goals I was preparing for as part of my solo expedition in the Alps! Tried to scale it all the way from Chamonix, but after reaching the top of Mer de glace glacier, got kicked out by bad weather and nasty crevasses on Glacier du Geant icefall. So I took the lift to Aiguille du Midi and went up the 3 Monts route to Mont Blanc and spent the night at Vallot bivouac at 4365m. The next day walked all the way down to the village Les Houches at 1000m altitude. " - Mont Blanc, Christos, Aug 11, 2018
"After having to cancel my Mont Blanc plans due to weather, hiked up to this really nice (although low) summit with great views of the area. Clouds cleared just as I topped out, giving views in every direction aside from Mont Blanc. Complete TR: http://themtsarecalling.com/prarion/" - Le Prarion, Christopher, Jun 17, 2016
"My plans for Mont Blanc were cancelled from the bad weather and very high avalanche risk so I did some trekking around the valley. Tried Mont Buet earlier that day but found this too icy with low visibility and active snowfall, so I looked for something a bit easier. The west end of the valley was the only spot with sun so I hike this poorly named tree covered summit. Complete TR: http://themtsarecalling.com/prarion/" - Tête Noire, Christopher, Jun 17, 2016
"Also visted the Italian highpoint Cresta delle Bosses (P.4760m) and climbed Aiguille du Goûter (3863m) and Dôme du Goûter (4304m). 3 day climb with one bivac. For more info and photos: http://www.hikr.org/tour/post56279.html" - Mont Blanc, Sputnik, Sep 16, 2012
"First ever alpine ascent. Arrived in Chamonix 19th September 2011. First snow of the season and very high winds made acclimitisation and preparation very difficult. We followed the Gouter route starting Les Houches Cable Car. My very good friend Chris Hart and I summitted 23rd September on a warm sunny day with very light winds even at the summit." - Mont Blanc, neilsheward, Sep 22, 2011