Body found on the Tré-la-Tête Glacier after 30 years

 

Found on Thursday 30 September 2021 on the Tré-la-Tête glacier, the body of the climber released by the mountain on the Tré-la-Tête glacier towards the Conscrits refuge. has been identified.

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The Refuge des Conscrits, mountain hut located in the Mont-Blanc massif at an elevation of 2602m.
Tré-La-Tête Glacier, Mont-Blanc massif

 

The investigators of the High Mountain Gendarmerie Platoon (PGHM) of Chamonix were able to establish that he was a man from the Nord department.

The Chamonix PGHM was able to get in touch with the family of the deceased. At the time, in 1992, the 21-year-old man started climbing the Dômes de Miage (3673 m) and is said to have fallen into a crevasse. But the PGHM has yet to consult the archives of investigators at the time. The case dates back over 29 years ago, when the PGHM was based in Saint-Gervais.

Source: @Le Dauphiné

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