Roche de la Muzelle

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Roche de la Muzelle
Roche de la Muzelle.jpg
North side of the mountain
Highest point
Elevation 3,465 m (11,368 ft)
Prominence 546 m (1,791 ft)
Coordinates 44°55′52″N 6°06′19″E / 44.93111°N 6.10528°E / 44.93111; 6.10528Coordinates: 44°55′52″N 6°06′19″E / 44.93111°N 6.10528°E / 44.93111; 6.10528
Geography
Roche de la Muzelle is located in France
Roche de la Muzelle
Roche de la Muzelle
France
Location Isère, France
Parent range Dauphine Alps
Climbing
First ascent 2 July 1875 by W. A. B. Coolidge with Ulrich and Christian Almer
Easiest route PD glacier/rock

The Roche de la Muzelle (3,465m) is the most western peak of the Massif des Ecrins.[1] Located near Les Deux Alpes, the mountain - with its beautiful pyramid - dominates the resort from the south.[2]

Guides[edit]

  • Le massif des ecrins - les 100 plus belles courses et randonnées, by Gaston Rebuffat

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