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Dent de Crolles from les Meunieres
A real Dent de Crolles. Started from 1030m at the reservoirs just above the hamlet of les Meunires/St Pancrasse and a real bit of skiing in great conditions. AOC Chartreuse approuve.
Tour of the Pravouta
Snowshoe tour close to home to see the snow conditions. The weather never cleared up. Pravouta has lots of signs up now banning skiing etc from most of the traditional ski touring slopes.
Grand Van from Chamrousse
From the Recoin (1650m - best conditions late season), Roche Beranger (1750m) or Bachat Bouloud climb to the col des Lessines (2100m) via the Croix de Chamrousse (2253m) and Lacs Roberts (1998m).
Col de la Croix de Fer
Got the train to St Jean de Maurienne arriving in the early afternoon. A long 2h30 up to the col with a detour. It is a bit of a drag with hard climbing after St Sorlin.
Dent du Pra by the Aigleton
Habert d'Aiguebelle, 1740mComments on route: The majority of the route is exposed to the South-West so transforms later in the day.
Dent de Crolles express
A rapid visit to the Dent de Crolles.
Dent de Crolles: Face SW by the Pas de Oeille
Iconic summit dominating the Gresivaudan valley and the town of Crolles. Steep skiing with exposure adding to the mix.From the winter parking (1220 meters - 1410m later in the spring).
Chamchaude from le Sappey
From the village of le Sappey en Chartreuse climb the Snow shoe trail that follows the edge of the woods of les Cotes to the left of pt 1045m.
Lances de Malissard, West Couloir
ClimbFollow the forest trail that leads to the Col de la Saulce. At 1170 meters do not take the path that continues to the right but continue North.
Col de la Croix de Fer from Bourg d'Oisans
The Haute-Route sportif was crossing over the Glandon so quite a few police around. I cycled the Glandon both ascending and descending.
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