The Col d'Anterne is a mountain pass situated just north from the Refuge Moede Anterne in between the mountain peaks of Pointe d'Anterne (2733m) and Tete de Moede (2459m). It sits on the border of the nature reserve of Sixt-Passy. The col gives beautiful views towards the Aiguille Rouge and the Mont Blanc Massif on one side and then great views of the grassy plains towards Sixt-Fer-a-Cheval on the other side. It is part of the main route between Servoz and Sixt-Fer-a-Cheval and a part of the very popular Tour des Fiz.
There are 3 access points that enable access to the Plateau behind the Rochers de Fiz. The Col d'Anterne, the trail up from Plateau d'Assy to the Refuge de Plate and the trail from Les Ayeres through the Passage du Derochoir.
Linked Trails & Points of Interest
These are the trails and points of interests linked to this Mountain Pass
A well-known classic route for exploring the Fiz mountain range. The trail offers a nice variation in scenery with great views of the Mont Blanc and multiple valleys and well-known peaks.
When to Go
Mid Jun - Start Oct
9.0 - 14.0 Hours
+2076m / -2076m
15+ Years old
5.0 - 7.0 Hours
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