Mont Maudit

Elevation (feet): 14,649
Elevation (meters): 4,465
Continent: Europe
Country: France
Range/Region: Savoy Alps
Latitude: 45.85
Longitude: 6.88333
Difficulty: Basic Snow/Ice Climb
Best months for climbing: Jul, Aug, Sep
Year first climbed: 1878
First successful climber(s): W. Davidson, H. Seymour Hoare, Johann Jaun, Johann von Bergen
Nearest major airport: Geneva, Switzerland
Convenient Center: Chamonix, France

Mont Maudit is a high, sharp, ice-clad pinnacle, the halfway point on the long trek to Mont Blanc (15,771 ft.) from Chamonix by the Northeast Ridge. Mont Maudit rises from this ridge, and is the nearest peak to the huge icy dome of the Mont Blanc summit.