Chamechaude

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Chamechaude
Chamechaude Grelibre 080208.jpg
Chamechaude from the summit of
Mont Saint-Eynard
Highest point
Elevation2,082 m (6,831 ft) [1]
Prominence1,769 m (5,804 ft) [1]
ListingUltra
Coordinates45°17′17″N 05°47′24″E / 45.28806°N 5.79000°E / 45.28806; 5.79000Coordinates: 45°17′17″N 05°47′24″E / 45.28806°N 5.79000°E / 45.28806; 5.79000[1]
Geography
Chamechaude is located in Alps
Chamechaude
Chamechaude
Location in the Alps
LocationIsère, France
Parent rangeChartreuse Mountains
Climbing
Easiest routeFrom the Col de Porte

Chamechaude is the highest summit in the Chartreuse Massif in the Isère department in eastern France. It is the fourth most prominent mountain in metropolitan France.

Ascent[edit]

The ascent is a hike, but there are also several climbing routes on the east face.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Europe Ultra-Prominences". Peaklist.org. Retrieved 2012-11-01.

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