Becca di Traversiere   43601
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1 Tsanteleina
2 Barre des Ecrins
3 Grande Motte
4 Grande Casse
5 Grande Sassiere
6 Mont Blanc
7 Dente del Gigante
8 Grandes Jorasses
9 Mont Dolent
10 Cervino
11 lago Goletta
12 La Grivola
13 Entrelor
14 Tou Blanc
15 Gran Paradiso
16 Granta Parei
17 Punta Fourà
18 Levanna Occidentale

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Location: Becca di Traversiere (3337 m)      by: Andrea Rolando
Area: Grajische Alpen      Date: 11/08/2011
Becca di Traversiere stands between Val di Rhemes and Valgrisenche, in the Italian region of Valle d'Aosta, and the French Tarentaise valley. This wild and vast corner is utterly comprised into the borders of Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso and Parc National de la Vanoise, that combined make up one of the largest protected area in the Alps and in whole Europe.
Becca di Traversiere can be easily accessed from both Val di Rhemes and Valgrisenche, and it is a classic and rewarding addition to the popular trail that links Benevolo and Bezzi mountain huts.
This summit is a well-known lookout, as it dominates the extended glaciers at its feet and a number of high summit, including Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn, Monte Rosa and Gran Paradiso.

21 pictures, hand held

Comments

Bellissima! Con una giornata così poi
2011/08/31 16:51 , Stefano Caldera
I've been there a few years ago in the winter season, during a 'training session' which should peak in climbing the Gran Paradiso. But the weather was rather bad overall, and we cancelled our plan. Thanks for showing me the great view from this point (we couldn't see further than about 50 meters when we were there).

lg
Hannes
2011/08/31 17:34 , Hannes Brunner
Fascinating view!

Tanti saluti,
dirk
2011/08/31 19:48 , Dirk Becker
superb ... LG Alexander
2016/02/16 20:57 , Alexander Von Mackensen

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