Le Chasseron

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Le Chasseron
Chasseron - 01.jpg
Highest point
Elevation1,607 m (5,272 ft) [1]
Prominence590 m (1,940 ft) [2]
Isolation32.0 km (19.9 mi) [3]
Parent peakCrêt de la Neige
Coordinates46°51′6″N 6°32′18.5″E / 46.85167°N 6.538472°E / 46.85167; 6.538472Coordinates: 46°51′6″N 6°32′18.5″E / 46.85167°N 6.538472°E / 46.85167; 6.538472
Geography
Le Chasseron is located in Switzerland
Le Chasseron
Le Chasseron
Location in Switzerland
LocationVaud, Switzerland
Parent rangeJura Mountains

Le Chasseron is a mountain in the Jura Mountains, overlooking Sainte-Croix in the canton of Vaud. It has an elevation of 1,607 metres above sea level and is amongst the most isolated mountains of Switzerland.

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  1. ^ Retrieved from the 1:25,000 Swisstopo topographic map.
  2. ^ The key col is Col de Jougne (1,017 m).
  3. ^ Retrieved from Google Earth. The nearest point of higher elevation is northeast of Mont Tendre.

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