The southern face of Le Râteau
|Elevation||3,809 m (12,497 ft)|
|Translation||The Rake (French)|
|Parent range||Massif des Écrins, French Alps|
Le Râteau has the appearance of a rake or a comb with several teeth; the English translation of le râteau is "the rake". The mountain has two distinct peaks at its ends.
- Labande, François (1995), Guide du Haut-Dauphiné, Groupe de Haute Montagne
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