Tour des Dents Blanches GR®P mini 4 jours

Chef Lieu
74440 Morillon


From 15/01 to 30/09.


Free of charge.


The tour of the Dents Blanches is a challenging route in the wilderness, suitable for expert walkers who know how to find their bearings in the mountains: several of the technical sections are more like high-mountain hiking.

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