Pic Bayle

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Pic Bayle
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Pic Bayle
Highest point
Elevation 3,465 m (11,368 ft)
Prominence 1,175 m (3,855 ft) [1]
Listing Alpine mountains above 3000 m
Coordinates 45°08′17″N6°08′09″E / 45.13806°N 6.13583°E / 45.13806; 6.13583 Coordinates: 45°08′17″N6°08′09″E / 45.13806°N 6.13583°E / 45.13806; 6.13583 [2]
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Pic Bayle
Parent range Dauphiné Alps
First ascent 1874 by Joseph Bayle

Pic Bayle is a summit in the Dauphiné Alps, culminating at a height of 3,465 m (11,368 ft), the highest point of the Massif des Grandes Rousses. It is above the resort of Alpe D'Huez.

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  1. "Pic Bayle". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 16 January 2015.
  2. Source : Géoportail avec carte IGN à l'échelle 1:25000