The two peaks of the Aiguille du Dru in the northern part of the Mont Blanc massif rise steeply into the sky of the French Alps. The Grand Dru is the higher summit. The Petit Dru is about 20 meters lower. The impressive shape of the mountain has fascinated generations of climbers in Europe, and notably in France. The first ascent of the Grand Dru was accomplished in 1878 via the south-east face.



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Elevation: 3754 m
Country and region: France, Haute-Savoie
Mountain range: Graian Alps
Prominence: 198 m
Orometric dominance: 5
Coordinates: 45.932778, 6.956389

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