Dévoluy Mountains

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Dévoluy Mountains
Notre-Dame de la Salette.jpg
Highest point
PeakGrande Tête de l'Obiou
Elevation2,789 m (9,150 ft)
Coordinates44°46′31″N 05°50′22″E / 44.77528°N 5.83944°E / 44.77528; 5.83944Coordinates: 44°46′31″N 05°50′22″E / 44.77528°N 5.83944°E / 44.77528; 5.83944
Geography
Dévoluy Mountains is located in Alps
Dévoluy Mountains
Dévoluy Mountains
Location in the Alps
CountryFrance
State/ProvinceHautes-Alpes
Parent rangeDauphiné Prealps

The Devoluy Mountains is a limestone massif located in Hautes-Alpes, France. It is part of the Dauphiné Prealps and is bordered by the Drac River to the north and the Buëch River to the south and west and is a popular destination for hiking, mountaineering and skiing. Its most notable peaks are the Grande Tête de l'Obiou (2,789 m) and Pic de Bure at 2,709 m.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dévoluy - summitpost". summitpost.org. Retrieved 27 March 2015.