|Pointe de Bellevue|
Pointe de Bellevue (left) from Aigle
|Elevation||2,042 m (6,699 ft)|
|Prominence||355 m (1,165 ft)|
|Parent peak||Cornettes de Bise|
|Parent range||Chablais Alps|
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