The Dent de Crolles 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. Its name is derived from the town of Crolles, located next to the mountain.
There's a hiking trail (T2) leading to the summit. Dent de Crolles is one of the 1 peaks along the Dent de Crolles par le Trou du Glaz.
The nearest mountain hut is Cabane du Berger located 975m/3 199ft ENE of the summit.
By elevation Dent de Crolles is
# 1 out of 28 in Réserve naturelle des Hauts de Chartreuse # 2 out of 175 in Parc naturel régional de Chartreuse # 2 out of 159 in the Chartreuse Mountains
By prominence Dent de Crolles is
# 61 out of 9907 in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes # 1 out of 28 in Réserve naturelle des Hauts de Chartreuse # 3 out of 175 in Parc naturel régional de Chartreuse # 17 out of 1415 in Isère # 21 out of 1273 in the Savoy Prealps # 3 out of 159 in the Chartreuse Mountains
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