Dent de Crolles

The Dent de Crolles (French pronunciation: ​[dɑ̃ də kʁɔl]) is a karstic mountain (2,062 m) of the Chartreuse Mountains range, 17 kilometres (11 miles) north east of Grenoble, Isère, France. It has a characteristic “tooth-like” profile and is easily recognizable in the Isère Valley (Grésivaudan) in the Grenoble area. The French word “dent” means tooth and “de Crolles” is derived from the town of Crolles, located next to the mountain.

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