The wild side of Mont Blanc August 27, 2016August 8, 2018 by Sebastian Sava, posted in The Alps On the moraine of Miage glacier. This is the largest debris-covered glacier in Europe and the longest in Italian Alps -10 km. The surface of Miage glacier. Along the medial part of Miage glacier Miage glacier. Himalayan feel in the wildest corner of Mont Blanc Endurance Mont Blanc glacier, with its tongue split in two by a fine example of nunatak. On the left part it can be observed an ice cave, formed by a subglacial stream. Subglacial ice cave on in the lower part of Mont Blanc glacier The lower part of Dome glacier. The confluence with Miage glacier is at 2500 m alt. The U shaped valley sculpted by Miage glacier seen from the point where the trail up to Gonella hut leaves the glacier and continues over steep rocks, at about 2600 m alt. Into the depths of haze Bottom of the abyss The NE face of Aiguille de Trelatete in all its splendour. Its vertical drop over Miage glacier is impressive – 1400 m. The hanging masses of snow on the N/NE face of Aiguille de Trelatete (3920 m alt.) Vertical playground. Tournette Spur on the SW face of Mont Blanc seen from Gonella hut (3071 m alt) Share this:FacebookMoreTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related Pages: 1 2 3
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Foarte faine pozele, Sebi!