Erik Decamp

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A classic climb

The South ridge of "La Chapelle de la Glière" is a popular classic climb in the Aiguilles Rouges, a range facing the Mont-Blanc. It is famous for a section called the "lame de rasoir", a long traverse with the hands on a very sharp ridge and the feet on a blank slab. Although not very difficult, La Chapelle is quite long, and it is is a very enjoyable preparation for further projects.