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role: Photographer | speak: for myself | into: travel, mountains & outdoor gear, gadgets, social and geocaching http://andy.bryant.name
In the last month I have:
not shared any activity!
So far this year I have:
|walked 92 km, climbed 8,512 metres and shared 7 tracks and 4 routes|
|travelled 54 km on the snow, climbed 5,072 metres and shared 5 tracks and 0 routes|
|bagged 4 peaks|
In 2016 I:
|travelled 82 km on the snow, climbed 6,137 metres and shared 7 tracks and 0 routes|
|shared 3 tracks and 0 routes|
|bagged 2 peaks|
12th - 14th Aug 2017
A photography ramble around the 7 lakes of Les Sept Laux over 2 nights
Beacons: 431 | Distance: 29.4 km | Height Gain: 2,342 m
24th - 25th Jun 2017
Plan to hike and bivi at Lacs de Petarel, unless the thunderstorms look too menacing, in which case I'll bug out :) Weather forecast https://www.meteoblue.com/en/weather/forecast/meteogramfive/44.803N6.169E
Beacons: 192 | Distance: 16.0 km | Height Gain: 1,697 m
17th - 18th Jun 2017
Second attempt to get up to the lake.
Beacons: 150 | Distance: 10.2 km | Height Gain: 1,020 m
26th - 27th May 2017
An attempt to get up to Lac Vallon for an overnight bivi. Unfortunately there was still too much snow on the ground, and I left my crampons at home. To be repeated later in the year.
Beacons: 171 | Distance: 12.3 km | Height Gain: 1,386 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