Trient Hut

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Cabane du Trient
Trient Glacier
Trient Glacier and Aiguilles Dorées (left)

The Trient hut (French: Cabane du Trient) is a mountain hut in the Swiss alps, near the Swiss town of Martigny and the French town of Chamonix. The hut sits at an altitude of 3,170 m (10,400 ft), on a rock perched above the Trient Glacier. It can be reached on foot by mountaineers and strong hikers with experience of glacier travel. From the hut you can walk to the Albert Premier and Argentière huts in France, as well as the Cabane de Saleina (Switzerland) at the foot of the Aiguille d'Argentière. The hut is run by the SAC, the Swiss Alpine Club, and has 130 beds. It is a popular base for mountaineers exploring the area, e.g. Aiguille du Tour etc.

See also

External links

  • Club Alpin Suisse page about the hut
  • French website describing access to hut
  • Concise information about the hut
  • Access information
  • Pictures of the way to the hut
  • 360° panorama of the hut

Coordinates: 45°59′56″N 7°02′38″E / 45.999°N 7.044°E / 45.999; 7.044

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