The north face of Grand Vignemale, in the Pyrenees, is a classic multi-pitch route for experienced climbers. Dare to climb it in 2 days with an IFMGA guide!
Vignemale (3298m) is the highest peak in the French Pyrenees. With 900 meters of limestone walls, the north face of Vignemale is one of the largest in the Pyrenees. Join me in this fantastic destination for multi-pitch rock climbing!
We will be in the Pyrenees National Park, close to the border with Spain.
There are many climbing routes in Vignemale. And the ascent of the summit, rising to 3298m, is a perfect example of what “pyreneism” means.
I propose to you here to climb the north face of Grand Vignemale (or Pique Longue) by the classic route. It will be 800 meters of exciting climbing! We will get the chance to see the impressive Ossoue glacier, as part of the climb is over this area. But if you want to try another route, it’s also possible.
Even though the climbing area is easily accesible, the terrain has remained quite unspoilt. So we get to appreciate the natural surroundings during this fantastic 2-day climb.
Tempted to climb the north face of Grand Vignemale? Then don’t hesitate to send me a request to book this trip! It will be my pleasure to guide you up there. And if you are also looking for some ice climbing in the Pyrenees next winter, have a look at this program at the Cirque de Gavarnie.
IFMGA / UIAGM Mountain Guide from Les Hautes-Pyrenées (France)
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My guide was David Lombas. He was great, and set a challenging but achievable pace and got us to the summit on a day when no one else did! Thank you!