Les Drus rockfall scar : Stock Photo
Les Drus rockfall scar : Stock Photo

Les Drus rockfall scar

Credit: Duncan Shaw
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Le Petit Dru (3733 metres), from Montenvers, showing scar of recent huge rockfalls on the west face, the largest of these being in June 2005 and September 2011. The scar stretches from 3000 metres at bottom to 3500 metres at the top, which is the current zone of melting of the high altitude permafrost. Near Chamonix-Mont Blanc in the French Alps.

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