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Aguja Guillaumet - East face

15. Amy-Vidailhet

200m 65˚ 5

Bernard Amy and Pierre Vidailhet (France), 27/2/1968.

Description. Climbs the couloir immediately left of the north buttress. It involves easy snow climbing as well as a short rock climbing section to reach the summit snowfield. A good alternative for marginal weather days. It can be crowded. It is the easiest route up any of the “granite” summits.

Approach. Piedra Negra to Paso Guillaumet.

History. This couloir was climbed as a consolation prize after an unsuccessful attempt on Fitz Roy’s east pillar. Other members of the same French expedition completed the first ascent of the so-called Guillot couloir the day before. Solo ascents. Manuel Gomez Trujillo (ES) 1999, Bruno Sourzac (FR) 2000, Frank Herreghewe (BE) 2000, many solo ascents since. Winter ascents. Andy Kirkpatrick, Nick Lewis, Jim Hall and Paul Ramsden (UK) in July 1999. Several other winter ascents since.

Descent. Descend the route.

Bibliography.
Amy: Annales GHM 1969 page 29.
Kirkpatrick: Climbing 189 p. 30; High 203 p. 85; Climber 11/99, p. 42-49.

Aguja Guillaumet - Cara este

15. Amy-Vidailhet

200m 65˚ 5

Bernard Amy y Pierre Vidailhet (FR), 27/2/1968.

Descripción. Esta es la vía más fácil a la cumbre de cualquiera de las torres de granito del macizo. Suele estar muy concurrida, peligrosamente concurrida. Es una linda vía, corta y fácil, pero bien alpina. Se junta con la Comesaña­Fonrouge 150 metros por debajo de la cumbre (350m, 650 5 en total). Pasar la rimaya es usualmente el paso clave.

Aproximación. Piedra Negra a Paso Guillaumet.

Historia. Solo. Bruno Sourzac (FR), 2000; Frank Herreghewe (BE) pocos días más tarde; muchos otros. Invernal. Andy Kirkpatrick, Nick Lewis, Jim Hall y Paul Ramsden (UK), Julio de 1999.

Descenso. Rapelar la vía.

Bibliografía.
Amy: Annales GHM 1969 page 29.
Kirkpatrick: Climbing 189 p. 30; High 203 p. 85; Climber 11/99, p. 42-49.

 

 


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Guillaumet east face

Guillaumet east face / cara este

   



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