The Dents du Midi (French: "teeth of noon") are a multi-summited mountain situated in the Chablais Alps in the Swiss canton of Valais. They are composed of seven distinct summits and reach a height of 3257 metres (10,686 feet). Highest mountain between Lake Geneva and the Mont Blanc Massif, they dominate the Val-d'Illiez and the Rhône Valley, from Martigny down to the lake. Together with the slightly lower Tour Sallière, they form a cirque around the Lac de Salanfe, an artificial reservoir. Geologically it makes up a part of the massif Haut-Giffre.
There's an alpine trail (T4) leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Refuge des Dents du Midi located 1 274m/4 178ft ENE of the summit.
By elevation Haute Cime is
# 1 out of 117 in Monthey # 1 out of 106 in Saint-Maurice # 1 out of 1273 in the Savoy Prealps
By prominence Haute Cime is
# 19 out of 60693 in the Alps # 3 out of 1787 in Valais/Wallis # 1 out of 117 in Monthey # 1 out of 106 in Saint-Maurice # 5 out of 10817 in Switzerland # 1 out of 1273 in the Savoy Prealps
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