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Antares

By: Alpine Ice Tour
Area: Western Alps, Group: Valsavarenche, Peak: Gruppo del Gran Paradiso, Country: Italy, Region: Valle d'Aosta

Beautiful mid grade ice climb which is never steeper than 90°. The cave on the second pitch is highly evocative.

GETTING THERE

From Aosta take the SS26 towards Courmayeur to Villeneuve and follow signs for Valsavarenche. Drive through Introd and enter the valley. Drive past Degioz and continue to the Rifugio Chabod car park.

ACCESS

From Rifugio Chabot continue on foot along the road for 200m to the icefall on the right. Cross the fields to reach the base of the route.

DESCENT

Bolted abseils

GEAR

Normal ice climbing gear, rescue beacon, shovel, probe.

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Southwest

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110m

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