Dent de Brenleire
|Dent de Brenleire|
Dent de Brenleire and Dent de Folliéran behind
|Elevation||2,353 m (7,720 ft)|
|Prominence||274 m (899 ft) |
|Isolation||3.1 kilometres (1.9 mi)|
|Parent peak||Vanil Noir|
|Parent range||Fribourg Alps|
The Dent de Brenleire is a mountain of the Fribourg Alps, located south of Charmey in the Swiss canton of Fribourg. It has an elevation of 2,353 metres above sea level and is amongst the highest summits in the canton of Fribourg, after the Vanil Noir, the Vanil de l'Ecri and the Pointe de Paray. It is also the highest mountain entirely within the canton.
The summit of the Dent de Brenleire is accessible by a trail running on the east side of the mountain, from the Gros Mont.
- Retrieved from the Swisstopo topographic maps. The key col is located west of Dent de Folliéran at 2,079 m.
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