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Grand Col Ferret (2 537 m)

Grand Col Ferret (2 537 m)

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  • Chloé Perceval

    The Grand Col Ferret marks the border between Italy and Switzerland. This is the highest point of the TMB! The view is splendid.

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    • July 19, 2021

  • David

    A landmark place on the TMB circuit. Still a long way to go to Chamonix though :-)

    • January 29, 2021

  • MonacoTrail

    The Grand Col Ferret (2537 m) is the classic pass crossing between the Italian Val Ferret and the Swiss Val Ferret and is national border. The access from the Italian side is relatively steep, on the Swiss side the slope is only moderate in an open upland landscape.
    The view of the peaks and glaciers of the Mont Blanc massif is praised until far south to the Col de la Seigne.

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    • September 9, 2017

  • Christian Sommer

    As always, I recommend my video for the tour:

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    • November 29, 2021

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Location: Orsières, Entremont, Valais, Switzerland

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  • Elevation2,530 m

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