|Elevation||3,178 m (10,427 ft)|
|Prominence||97 m (318 ft)|
|Location||Savoie and Hautes-Alpes, France|
|Parent range||Massif des Cerces|
Mont Thabor is a mountain of Savoie and Hautes-Alpes, France. It lies in the Massif des Cerces range. It has an elevation of 3,178 metres above sea level, it stands closed to another summit, the Pic du Thabor, culminating at 3,207 metres above sea level.
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