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Aguja Guillaumet - East face


11. Slovene



300m 6a+ C2

Klemen Mali (Slovenia) and Monika Kambic (Argentina), 19-20/2/1998.

Description. Climbs a line to the right of the east buttress following a series of cracks that start at the lowest point of the buttress.

Approach. Rio Blanco to Paso Superior to Glaciar Piedras Blancas, or via Piedra del Fraile to Piedra Negra to Paso Guillaumet.

Descent. Descend via the Amy-Vidailhet couloir.

Bibliography. Hgh. 192, p. 23; AAJ 1998 p. 280; Slovenski Alpinizem 1997 p. 88-89.


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Guillaumet east face

Guillaumet east face

   



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