Dent du Géant

The Dent du Géant (It.: Dente del Gigante, “giant’s tooth”) (4,013 m) is a mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in France and Italy. The Dent du Géant remained unclimbed during the golden age of alpinism, and was a much-coveted peak in the 1870s, repelling many parties who attempted it mostly from the Rochefort ridge. In 1880 the strong team of Albert F. Mummery and Alexander Burgener tried to force a passage via the south-west face but were repelled by a band of slabs, causing Mummery to exclaim, ‘Absolutely inaccessible by fair means!’ The mountain has two summits, 88 feet (27 m) apart and separated by a small col (an ‘extremely awkward notch’ according to W. W....

Dent du Chamois

The Dent du Chamois (1,839 m) is a mountain of the Swiss Prealps, located east of Gruyères in the canton of Fribourg. It lies on the range north of the Vanil Noir, between the valleys of the Sarine and the Motélon. From the col of La Forcla (1,546 m), a trail leads to its summit. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dent de Savigny

The Dent de Savigny is a mountain of the Bernese Alps, located on the border between the Swiss cantons of Vaud and Fribourg. With an elevation of 2,252 metres above sea level, it one of the highest mountains in the canton of Fribourg. The closest localities are Jaun (Fribourg) and Rougemont (Vaud). from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dent de Perroc

The Dent de Perroc is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, overlooking Arolla in the canton of Valais. With an elevation of 3,676 metres above sea level, the Dent de Perroc is one of the highest summit of the range separating the valley of Arolla on the west side from the valley of the Mont Miné Glacier on the east side. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dent de Nendaz

The Dent de Nendaz (literally “Tooth of Nendaz”) is a mountain of the Swiss Pennine Alps, overlooking Nendaz in the canton of Valais. Its 2,463-metre-high (8,081 ft) summit can be easily reached from the cable car station of Tracouet (2,200 m). from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dent de Morcles

The Dent de Morcles is a 2,969 metres high mountain located at western end of the Bernese Alps, overlooking the Rhone between Martigny and St. Maurice. It is the westernmost summit of the Muverans massif, which in turn is the westernmost of the four distinct mountain massifs of the Bernese Alps that lie west of the Gemmi Pass. Its position at the end of this chain of mountains and the abrupt drop to the wide valley of the Rhone river below make the Dent de Morcles prominently visible from many points in Lausanne and other populated areas on the north and northeastern shores of Lake Geneva. The summit is sometimes distinguished by the name Grande Dent de Morcles, the...