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Anyone climbed Mt Blanc?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
It's little more than a Sunday walk.

Take the dog along.

If you're fat or old, do it with oxygen.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person

Mainly that Mt Blanc is the deadliest mountain in the world!

It probably does have the most deaths, but perhaps a little out of context. Around 30,000 attempts each year, around 20,000 of those successful summits, and around 100 deaths. So the successful summit to death ratio is much less than the likes of Annapurna, K2 etc. (which is hardly surprising). Easy access and huge numbers of people (including some likely inexperienced) will always lead to higher number of total deaths, but bigger and technical mountains are more likely to kill you.
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