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Le Miroir d'Argentine

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Le Miroir d'Argentine 


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Elevation: 7,628'
Location: 46.2769, 7.1432 View Map  Incorrect?
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Administrators: Dan Flynn, Kristine Hoffman
Submitted By: Seleucus on Jun 7, 2012
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A panoramic view of Le Mirror d'Argentine.

Description 

Le Miroir d'Argentine is a expansive limestone face over 1500ft high well over a mile long. It displays a vast wealth of geological features and it is host to a large array of climbs of a wide spectrum of difficulty. There are the gradually easing climbs of the Mirror proper while Cheval Blanc to the west and Haute Corde to the east play host to more vertical and varied climbing.


Getting There 

Drive to the village of Solalex


From the parking lot in Solalex, follow the path across a "bridge" over the river. Continue the path up across a flat field before continuing into the forest and beginning a short approach to the base of the cliff.


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Voie Originale de l'Y (The Original Route) 5.6 4c 14 V S 4b  Europe : Switzerland : Le Miroir d'Argentine
The Voie Originale de l'Y follows a path of least resistance up the large face of the Miroir d'Argentine. The route begins at the highest point of the grassy slope leading up to the face. The first three pitches climb up broken ledges before gaining the lower angle slab. The next set of four pitches climb straight up easy, but fun, slab before beginning a series of of five pitches traversing across the face. The final set of pitches are shared with the Direct Route. The bottom part of the route ...[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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