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In the last month I have:
|travelled 15.9 km on the snow, climbed 1,248 metres and shared 2 tracks and 0 routes|
So far this year I have:
|travelled 27.8 km on the snow, climbed 2,209 metres and shared 4 tracks and 0 routes|
In 2018 I:
|travelled 47.6 km on the snow, climbed 3,585 metres and shared 4 tracks and 0 routes|
|walked 9.7 km, climbed 580 metres and shared 2 tracks and 0 routes|
|bagged 5 peaks|
3rd Mar 2019
Raquette with Rebecca - easy trip around Chamrousse
Beacons: 100 | Distance: 4.9 km | Height Gain: 313 m
2nd Mar 2019
Raquette with the CAF. Weather was a complete mixture. Trail was mixed - snow in some areas, but grass on the main hill climb - so we just went directly up.
Beacons: 206 | Distance: 10.9 km | Height Gain: 935 m
Straightforward route from parking at Les Fauges, however I'm not sure if the road up there is open... Might have been cut after Prabert. 4km, 720m climb.
Beacons: 26 | Distance: 4.0 km | Height Gain: 659 m
There's a circular hike from Col de Pre Molard, that also takes in Lac du Crozet and Lac de la Grand Sitre (GR549A). 20km 2067m gain.
Beacons: 111 | Distance: 20.4 km | Height Gain: 1,939 m
Most direct path to Lac Blanc seems to be from parking at Le Chenevrey (919m) - 6.15km, 1412m climb
Beacons: 34 | Distance: 6.1 km | Height Gain: 1,354 m