Aiguille Verte

Facts About Aiguille Verte.

Aiguille Verte is found in the same city as the Mont Blanc massif right in Haute Savoie, France. This mountain stands at 4122m above sea level. Tourists come here as it is one of the top skiing summits today. You start at the point though is found at Valais, Switzerland. Its beauty rivaled the views from the summit of Mont Blanc itself and Grande Jorasses.

How to get to the summit of Aiguille Verte?

Take the route towards Refuge du Couvercle starting from Montenvers. Hike towards Refuge d'Envers de Aiguilles. Go down to the western side of Mer de Glace. This path leads you to Les Echelles. Walking takes about 20 minutes at least. Climb another glacier on the western side. Take the southeastern direction from here to Les Moulins. Focus your trek towards south then east of the steep trail to Les Egralets. A climbing track towards the hut just below the Flammes de Pierre. This spot is at the end of the Aiguille du Moine. You will find Refuge du Couvercle on this path. Never take this route based on weather forecast and updates about climate conditions in this area.

What to expect at Aiguille Verte?

Weather conditions on the trail towards the summit of Aiguille Verte. Trekking this mountain is dangerous if traversed on the wrong day. Meteo France constantly posts updates for you to view. Please subscribe to their RSS feed as needed. Train rides can take you to the best stopovers possible. The Chamonix website provides routes by car for your convenience.