November 21, 2015

These photos are from a walk from the Barrage d’Emosson to Fontanabran (2703 m), the peak with the name of a breakfast cereal. Clouds hung around the Massif du Mont Blanc all day until the evening. When we were walking back along Lac d’Emmoson we were treated to amazing views across the lake to the massif in all its glory.




Lac de Fontanabran.
Lac de Fontanabran.


Lac d
Lac d’Emosson. L-R: Glacier du Trient, Aiguille du Tour, Aiguille d’Argentière (mostly hidden), Aiguille du Chardonnet, Aiguille Vert, Grand Dru (rock).


Aiguille du Tour, Aiguille d
Aiguille du Tour, Aiguille d’Argentière, Aiguille de Chardonnet.


Aiguille de Chardonnet, Les Droites, Aiguille Vert, Grand Dru.
Aiguille de Chardonnet, Les Droites, Aiguille Vert, Grand Dru.


Mont Blanc (4810 m) at sunset. On far left is Dent du Géant. On far right (with sun) is Dôme de Goûter.
Mont Blanc (4810 m) at sunset. On far left is Dent du Géant. On far right (with sun) is Dôme de Goûter.


Last light on Chardonnet and Aiguille Vert.
Last light on Chardonnet and Aiguille Vert.

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