How to Visit Refuge Charpoua, the Century-old Mountain Hut of Chamonix

Serving as a climber's base on Mont Blanc Massif for decades, the 1904 hut is accessed by train ride, glacier trek, and alpine trail scramble

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How to Visit Refuge Charpoua, the Century-old Mountain Hut of Chamonix

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Zeger Dox

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Portra 400

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