The Barre des Écrins is the Alps' western- and southernmost four-thousander, situated in the Dauphiné-Alps, a wild and rough region in southeastern France. The mountain's north face is covered by the mighty Glacier Blanc, which climbers usually pass on their way to the summit. There are no classic Alpine ski resorts around the mountain but La Grave in the north of the Barre des Écrins has become one of the centers for freeriding and extreme skiing in the Alps.



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Elevation: 4102 m
Country and region: France, Isère / Hautes-Alpes
Mountain range: Dauphiné Alps
Prominence: 2045 m
Orometric dominance: 50
Coordinates: 44.921988, 6.359465

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