Hungarian climber missing on Mont-Blanc


An appeal for witnesses was launched on Fri Aug 16 2013 by the Chamonix police. A Hungarian climber who had attempted to climb the Mont-Blanc is missing.

Sun Aug 11, Bagladi Zoltan, 28, departed the Col de Voza, on the normal summit route of Mont-Blanc. His tent was found on Thu Aug 15, by PGHM Chamonix, near to the Tête Rousse refuge (3167m). This refuge is a classic step on the normal route to the summit of Mont-Blanc.

Zoltan Bagladi is the owner of a hungarian registered Suzuki motorcycle with plate number UKG 120, which was found parked at the Col de Voza tram station.

Appeal for Witnesses: please call the PGHM Chamonix +33 (0)4 50 53 16 89 if you have any valuable information.

Bagladi Zoltan, hungarian climber missing

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