A fun and airy ridge climb in the wild part of the Aiguilles Rouges, offering great views of the Mont Blanc range and the Emosson dam. You are very likely to spot some alpine wildlife en route.
Exposed passages, abseils and summits
Views of the Mont Blanc massif, the barren peaks of Haut-Faucigny, as well the two Emosson lakes below your feet
Wild fauna & flora, rugged peaks and alpine lakes
The traverse of the Perrons is one of the most beautiful non-glacial ridge climbs of the massif, right on the border between France and Switzerland.
It is not a very sustained climb, but the quality of rock is good with a rather aerial feel. The combination of climbs, traverses and abseils makes this itinerary ideal training climb for bigger alpine projects.
The setting in the heart of the wild Aiguilles Rouges is interesting for Alpine fauna and flora observations.
You are guaranteed to have a fantastic day out.
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Discover Climbing. You have no experience in the high mountains or rock climbing. You’re comfortable walking on exposed non- technical trails (not requiring the use of the hands, or “scrambling.”) You’re looking for new challenges in steeper terrain.