French Alps, Mont Blanc Region
Clouds swirl around pinnacles of Aguille de la Pennaz on the Tour Du Mont Blanc. Pennaz (2,648m) seems impossibly high when hiking from the village of Contamines in the valley below. Trekkers continue to Col Du Bonhomme (2,329m), which means "good man" in French. The Tour crosses an average of a pass, or "col" each day, accumulating thousands of vertical feet. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.
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