Climont, formerly called "Clivemont" in Old French, and "Winberg" in Old Alsatian, is a conical sandstone peak of the Vosges mountains. The mountain, with a cut-off shape, is known from afar by walkers and modern-day travellers.
Situated today in Alsace to the south-west of the Champ du Feu, Clivemont's 965 metre peak is recognizable from a distance by its trapezoidal shape. The solitary tomb-shaped hill has long been a landmark to the south of the straight voie des saulniers (a salt trading route), at the start of the massif running from Ormont.
There's a hiking trail (T1) leading to the summit.
By elevation Mt. Climont is
# 18 out of 414 in Bas-Rhin
By prominence Mt. Climont is
# 5 out of 1710 in Grand Est # 3 out of 414 in Bas-Rhin # 31 out of 8522 in the North France-West Rhine Area
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