Tête Rousse Hut

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Glacier de Tete Rousse, Chemin des Arandellys, Chalets de Chailloux, Les Houches, Bonneville, Upper Savoy, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Metropolitan France, 74310, France


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Description Tête Rousse Hut

The Tête Rousse Hut (French: Refuge de Tête Rousse) is a mountain hut in the Mont Blanc massif in the French Alps. It is located beside the Tête Rousse Glacier at an altitude of 3,167 m. Owned by the Club Alpin Francais (CAF), it is normally reached after a multi-hour climb from Nid d'Aigle, the highest stop on the Mont Blanc Tramway. It is commonly used by mountaineers attempting to climb the normal (Gouter route) to the summit of Mont Blanc. Staying here, rather than continuing to the higher

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