Dents de Lanfon
|Dents de Lanfon|
|Elevation||1,824 m (5,984 ft)|
|English translation||Teeth of Lanfon|
|Language of name||French|
|Parent range||Bornes Massif|
The Dents de Lanfon (French: Teeth of Lanfon) is a mountain in south-eastern France rising to 1824 m. Situated above Talloires on the east bank of Lac d'Annecy in Haute-Savoie. It is framed by mount Veyrier (1,291 m) to the north, and by Le Lanfonnet (1768 m.) and La Tournette (2,351 m) to the south.
The impressive slopes of the Dents de Lanfon and their position above Lac d'Annecy make them a classic destination for climbers.
Rochers de Lanfon, by John Ruskin
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