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Climbing Routes in Europe Mountains

Europe has a wealth of climbing to offer. There is no other mountain range in the world that can be compared to the Alps - its spectacular summits, fantastic climbing and easy access. Here, you can leave your hotel early in the morning, and return in the evening, have a great meal, a glass of delicious wine and fantastic views all around you. No matter what your skills are, you will always find something for you. Climbing, learning, and self-exploration are best achieved when you have the freedom to choose where to go. There are many incredible routes in the Alps. Among the most often suggested climbs are: Mont Blanc, Chamonix, Tour Ronde, Aiguille du Chardonet, Mont Maudit, Dent du Geant, Mont Blanc du Tucul, Verdon (France), Matternhorn, traverse of Monte Rosa Group, Monte Rosa, Weisshorn, Breithorn, Jungfrau, Eiger, Monch, Bernese Oberland Trilogy, Zinal Rothorn, Piz Bernina, Piz Badile (Switzerland), Gran Paradiso, Dolomites (Italy).
 
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Chamonix (France)
Towering rock walls of rough granite litter the valleys and mid mountains of the Alps. Granite or limestone cliffs abound, some near the highway, some a cable car ride away. Easy of access, wonderful climbing and French atmosphere combine to make this a great location for that special climbing holiday. This area is also believed to be one of the best place for an introduction to alpine climbing.
 
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Verdon (France)
Our main destination is the Verdon Gorge; the Yosemite of Europe. Stunning walls dropping nearly a thousand feet into the river, most approaches being exhilarating abseils or ingenious paths. The weather is almost always dependable. The rock flash dries and you are off down the paths or ropes again. The mountain limestone is so rough it might be an idea to take your second favourite pair of rock shoes.
 
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Mont Blanc (France)
Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps (4 808 m). There are many routes for climbing that you can choose from: the Gouter Route, the traverse of Mont Blanc, Brenva Spur, Innominata Ridge. They have different levels of difficulty, and last about 2 days.
 
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Monte Rosa (Switzerland)
Monte Rosa (4 634 m) is the highest peak in Switzerland, and is a long and demanding climb. But the reward would be a beautiful view on the Italian side, and a view on Mont Blanc in the West. The most part of the climbing takes place on easy glacier to a saddle at the base of the West Ridge. Later it becomes steeper, and is not recommended for the beginners.

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