The Pointe Percée (lit.: pierced point) is the highest mountain in the Aravis range of the French Prealps in Haute-Savoie. It rises to 2753 meters and has 1643 m of prominence, and is thus is classified as an ultra prominent peak. Its first documented climb was by M. L. Maquelin of Geneva in 1865, though it was likely climbed much earlier.
There's an alpine trail (T4) called Voie Normale leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Refuge de la Pointe Percée - Gramusset located 905m/2 970ft W of the summit.
By elevation Pointe Percée is
# 1 out of 242 in the Bornes Massif # 54 out of 1273 in the Savoy Prealps
By prominence Pointe Percée is
# 31 out of 60693 in the Alps # 1 out of 242 in the Bornes Massif # 9 out of 35442 in France # 4 out of 9907 in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes # 3 out of 1207 in Upper Savoy # 4 out of 1273 in the Savoy Prealps
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