Browsing the "Ascent = > 4 hours" Tag

Hikes whose ascent lasts less than four hours.



Col du Pigne via Cabane de Moiry

31 July 2018 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Located in the Val d’Anniviers in the heart of the Valais, under the imposing Pigne de la Lé, the Col du Pigne is the subject of a hike that will surely remain in the memory of the walker in search of breathtaking landscapes. The route starts at the Moiry Dam at 2250 m above the village of Grimentz


Crêt de la Neige and Reculet

9 April 2017 | by Pierre-Alexandre

Crêt de la Neige and Reculet constitute a superb balcony on Lake Geneva and the peaks of the Alps. The itinerary that I propose describes a loop that begins in the forest to reach the foothills of the massif before ascending further to win the Crêt de la Neige, the highest summit of the Jura


La Jonction (Chamonix)

23 September 2016 | by Pierre-Alexandre

La Jonction (The Junction) is one of the classics of the Mont Blanc Massif and the Chamonix Valley. Joining the Bossons and Taconnaz Glaciers, La Jonction offers a staggering view of the Aiguille du Midi, the Dôme du Gôuter as well as the Aiguilles Rouges


Col du Grand-Saint-Bernard and Lacs de Fenêtre

30 September 2007 | by Pierre-Alexandre

The journey begins in Switzerland, in the canton of Valais, at the Col and Hospice du Grand-Saint-Bernard for a very nice outing. The altitude of the starting point (2469 m) and the highest point of the hike (2775 m) offer magnificent panoramas on the


Col and Lac d’Anterne

1 September 2006 | by Pierre-Alexandre

The outing to Lac and Col d’Anterne constitutes a wonderful hike. However, this hike is only for trained walkers because the length of the course and the elevation gain are not negligible. The itinerary is reminiscent of the enchantment felt during the trip to the Chalets de Sales


Cornettes de Bise

20 July 2006 | by Pierre-Alexandre

The Cornettes de Bise offers a beautiful panorama but requires a real effort to reach its summit. The hike is difficult because of the length of the course, the important gain and a long very steep passage somewhat exhausting for the legs. Many exposed passages require great vigilance. The itinerary


Pointe Percée and Col des Verts

20 August 2005 | by Pierre-Alexandre

I propose here two itineraries in one: Pointe Percée and the Col des Verts. The ascent of Pointe Percée is definitely not made for families. The last third of the route after the ascent of a fairly steep scree requires the use of the hands to rise in faults and chimneys on slippery rocks


Mont Buet

7 August 2005 | by Pierre-Alexandre

The ascent of Mont Buet can be seen as the culmination of a hiking season of varying levels of difficulty, as the objective is very high, the elevation gain very important, and the route very long. Several technical difficulties are encountered: a trail with cairns only after the refuge, a passage of large



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