Mont Blanc Selected Routes

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This site is a portal into route information, mainly from camptocamp.org, (c2c) for various categories of mountaineering.
Click on the title links below to see the lists, or go to the category pages from the drop down menu for more information.  Where the name appears in blue in the lists, there is a link to a route description in English.
The categories are:

Fun_Fives:  107 multipitch climbs, usually bolted, all doable at F5 and can be done in a day from the Chamonix valley.
Happy_alpine:  202 of the best alpine routes in the Mont Blanc and Aiguilles Rouges massifs, up to grade TD-.
Soft Ice:  Selected valley ice climbs in the Mont Blanc region, up to grade 4.
Ski Hikes: 62 of the most popular ski tours, (up to S4) in the Mont Blanc region.
Huts Bivvies:  A list of all 50 of the huts, from the large, guarded refuges to the tiny bivouac shelters,  in the Mont Blanc massif.
The_Blodigs:  A list of sixty two  peaks over 4000m in the Alps, formed by amalgamating the modified list from K. Blodig (61) with the original list from R. Goedeke (61).
Funcrags: A list of 28 roadside (max 15 mins walking, 1 exception of 30mins,) single pitch crags, within an easy drive from Chamonix.
Fun_Days:  A list of scrambles, via ferratas, via cordas, climbing walls and other bad weather ideas to be found in the Mont Blanc region.
Off Piste Skiing :  Some ideas for Off Piste skiing in the Mont Blanc Region.
Funbikes:  11 road and 3 offroad rides
AC Links:  Links to non-commercial mountaineering sites.

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The funalps site is supported by the Alpine Club and provides an English language doorway to route descriptions (mainly) on the  www.camptocamp.org (c2c) site.
c2c is a non-commercial, “wiki” type site, by climbers for climbers.  It has been running for 19 years, (9 years as c2c,) and has about 30,000 route descriptions, mainly for the Western Alps. The descriptions are mostly in French and can be awkward for the English language user. The funalps  site aims to address this problem.

The funalps site consists of eight categories of selected outings lists.  After selecting a list one can then click on a chosen route to access, ( in most cases,) an  English translation of the route description on the c2c site.    The category pages also give details of the many relevant  guidebooks.

If you find funalps useful, it is recommended you register with the c2c site, which is free, quick and easy. This allows you to edit and improve the route descriptions, as well as adapting the interface options to your own needs. The more climbers that contribute, the better the site will become.

One of the main aims of the Alpine Club is the dissemination of Alpine route information and to this end it has produced the definitive guidebooks to the Alps for the last 150 years.  By cooperating with camptocamp, the AC hopes to continue this tradition through the internet.

 

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