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Switzerland. Canton Valais. Les Crosets. Le Pas de Chavanette (2150m high), also known as the "Mur Suisse" or "Swiss Wall", is a particularly steep and difficult piste in the Portes du Soleil ski area, on the border between France and Switzerland. It can be reached from the French resort of Avoriaz and from the Swiss towns of Les Crosets and Champéry. Effectively, one starts the run standing on the Swiss-French border, plunging down the Swiss side of the mountain towards Les Crosets. View on the swiss Alps and the "Dents du Midi". The Dents du Midi are a multi-summited mountain situated in the Chablais Alps. They are composed of seven distinct summits and reach a height of 3257 metres. The "Portes du Soleil", are an alpine ski resorts and a major skisports destination between the swiss and french Alps, encompassing thirteen resorts with more than 650 km of marked pistes and about 200 lifts in total, spread over 14 valleys and 1036 square km. 17.02.2015 © 2015 Didier Ruef