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Mont Chaberton, Montgenevre

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A permanent artillery battery built in 1910 by the Italian Army, Mont Chaberton, is on a mountain which is 3,131 m (10,272 ft) high. After World War II, it came into the French territory. Between 1898 and 1910 Italian troops built this artillery battery on the summit that pointed towards France. The fort was dubbed the "Fort of the Clouds" and mounted eight 149mm guns in individual masonry turrets, which were often hidden in the clouds. You can still see the Shell craters that are visible from the air on the slopes to the west of the mountain. Put Mont Chaberton and other Montgenevre attractions into our Montgenevre tour planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • A must walk through a good path for the departure and an easy trail until the sommet.prevoir one held adapted because there is often the wind from the col and the Summit is particularly exposed to the gusts. Amazing places for its beautiful histoire.paysages.
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  • I discovered the Mont Chaberton in 2015. I go back this year and I'm happy. This hike arched me and my dream. I have time this time to visit the galleries. Only the first time, to a fast-paced... I'll be this time accompaagne of my wife and my brother. What happiness.
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  • Hike a little physical, but worth the effort. 360 ° view at the top which rises to more than 3100 m above sea level, on the Italy, the Valley of Suze, the Mont Blanc by time reached, the Ecrins, Montgenèvre. We pass the old forts which saw Italians and French to shoot during the war, which nourishes reflection and discussion during the climb. Possibility to stop at the neck fatigue.
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