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Aiguilles du Tour 3541 m Route archive

The two equally high peaks are 130 m apart. They are separated by a col (about 3493 m). The south summit is usually climbed alone. In this guide you can find a description of the traverse to both peaks. The Aiguilles du Tour gives a not-too-difficult but rewarding mountain tour.

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