Aiguilles Marbrées

The Aiguilles Marbrées (3,535 metres (11,598 ft)), (French pronunciation: ​[eɡɥijmaʁbʁe], literally “marbled needles”) is a mountain peak in the Mont Blanc massif, above the Glacier du Géant, with its summits forming part of the frontier between France and Italy. It is situated between the Col de Rochefort and the Col du Géant, and is easily accessed from the Torino Hut at Pointe Helbronner.

Seen from the north, the mountain has a triangular appearance. It contains two summits, the northern one being the highest. The lower, southern summit (3,483 metres (11,427 ft)) is separated by a broken rock ridge.

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