Dent Blanche: Queen of the Alps

Evolène

Arolla: Pigne

Arolla: Pigne

Arolla: Hotel Kurhaus

Arolla: Hotel Kurhaus

Arolla: Mont-Collon

Arolla: Mont-Collon

Arolla: Tsarmine

Arolla: Tsarmine

Arolla

Arolla

Arolla: Hôtel Kurhaus

Arolla: Hôtel Kurhaus

Thyon: Mont - Blanc - et - Grande - Dixence

Thyon: Mont - Blanc - et - Grande - Dixence

Thyon: Les - Masses

Thyon: Les - Masses

Thyon: Dent - Blanche - et - Matterhorn

Thyon: Dent - Blanche - et - Matterhorn

Evolène: Agence Evolena Sàrl - Evolène, Village - Dent Blanche

Evolène: Agence Evolena Sàrl - Evolène, Village - Dent Blanche

Evolène: Dent Blanche

Evolène: Dent Blanche

Vercorin

Vercorin

Vercorin: Valais - Suisse - Crêt - du - Midi

Vercorin: Valais - Suisse - Crêt - du - Midi

Vercorin: Vercorin TVCM

Vercorin: Vercorin TVCM

Vercorin: Village - Val - d - Anniviers

Vercorin: Village - Val - d - Anniviers

Dailley: Nax

Dailley: Nax

Crêt du Midi

Crêt du Midi

Mase: le Trappeur

Mase: le Trappeur

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The Dent Blanche (4357m) is a largely ice-free peak in the Valais High Alps... with its name possibly originating from a cartographic mix-up. (Blanche = white). Dent Blanche is just 10km west of Zermatt, between the Val d'Herens, Val d'Anniviers and Mattertal, on the linguistic divide between French and German in the Upper Valais.

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