Mountains similar to or like Mont Blanc

Highest mountain in the Alps and Western Europe, rising 4808 m above sea level. Wikipedia

  • Mont Blanc massif

    Mountain range in the Alps, located mostly in France and Italy, but also straddling Switzerland at its northeastern end. It contains eleven major independent summits, each over 4000 m in height. Wikipedia

  • List of highest paved roads in Europe

    List of the highest paved roads in Europe. Over 2000 m above sea level. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in the Graian Alps on the watershed between France and Italy. Named after Paul Helbronner, a French polytechnicien, alpinist and geodesist who pioneered cartography of the French Alps. Wikipedia

  • French Alps

    The French Alps are the portions of the Alps mountain range that stand within France, located in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur regions. While some of the ranges of the French Alps are entirely in France, others, such as the Mont Blanc massif, are shared with Switzerland and Italy. Wikipedia

  • List of mountains of the Alps over 4000 metres

    This list tabulates all of the 82 official mountain summits of 4000 m or more in height in the Alps, as defined by the International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (UIAA). All are located within France, Italy or Switzerland, and are often referred to by mountaineers as the Alpine four-thousanders. Wikipedia

  • Goûter Hut

    Mountain refuge in the French department of Haute-Savoie. Located at a height of 3,835 m on the Arete du Goûter in the municipality of Saint-Gervais-les-Bains. Wikipedia

  • Aiguille du Midi

    3,842 m mountain in the Mont Blanc massif within the French Alps. Popular tourist destination and can be directly accessed by cable car from Chamonix that takes visitors close to Mont Blanc. Wikipedia

  • List of climbers and mountaineers

    List of people notable for the activities of mountaineering, rock climbing and ice climbing. Vitaly Abalakov (1906–1992) Russia, climbed Lenin Peak (1934) and Khan Tengri (1936) Wikipedia

  • Haute-Savoie

    Department in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of Southeastern France, bordering both Switzerland and Italy. Annecy. Wikipedia

  • Graian Alps

    The Graian Alps (Alpi Graie ; Alpes grées ) are a mountain range in the western part of the Alps. The name Graie comes from the Graioceli Celtic tribe, which dwelled in the area surrounding the Mont Cenis pass and the Viù valley. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif of the Graian Alps. It lies on the borders of Savoie and Haute-Savoie in France and Aosta Valley in Italy. Wikipedia

  • Chamonix

    Commune in the Haute-Savoie department in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of Southeastern France. The site of the first Winter Olympics in 1924. Wikipedia

  • Grandes Jorasses

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif, on the boundary between Haute-Savoie in France and Aosta Valley in Italy. By Horace Walker with guides Melchior Anderegg, Johann Jaun and Julien Grange on 30 June 1868. Wikipedia

  • Tour Ronde

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif of the Alps, situated on the border between France and Italy. Prominent mountain, some 3.5 km north-east of Mont Blanc, but is effectively part of a continuation of the south eastern spur of Mont Maudit which forms a frontier ridge between the two countries. Wikipedia

  • Mont Maudit

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in France and Italy. The French name literally means "Cursed Mountain". Wikipedia

  • Skyway Monte Bianco

    Cable car in the Alps, linking the Italian town of Courmayeur with Pointe Helbronner on the southern side of the Mont Blanc massif. Considered to be the world's most expensive cable car installation. Wikipedia

  • Mountain on the eastern part the Mont Blanc massif, on the border between France and Italy. Usually climbed from this side, starting at Chamonix. Wikipedia

  • Zugspitze

    Highest peak of the Wetterstein Mountains as well as the highest mountain in Germany. It lies south of the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and the Austria–Germany border runs over its western summit. Wikipedia

  • Horace Bénédict de Saussure

    Genevan geologist, meteorologist, physicist, mountaineer and Alpine explorer, often called the founder of alpinism and modern meteorology, and considered to be the first person to build a successful solar oven. Born 17 February 1740, in Conches, near Geneva , and died in Geneva 22 January 1799. Wikipedia

  • Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif on the border of Haute-Savoie, France and Aosta Valley, Italy. Usually climbed from Val Ferret on the Italian side. Wikipedia

  • This article lists the principal mountain passes and tunnels in the Alps, and gives a history of transport across the Alps. The following are the main paved road passes across the Alps. Wikipedia

  • Aiguille Verte

    French for "Green Needle", is a mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in the French Alps. First climbed on 29 June 1865 by Edward Whymper, Christian Almer and Franz Biner, a fortnight before the fateful first ascent of the Matterhorn. Wikipedia

  • Vallée Blanche Cable Car

    Passenger cable car linking a mountain peak above Courmayeur (Italy) to a peak above Chamonix (France) by passing over the Mont Blanc massif, in the Alps. Developed by Vittorio Zignoli of Polytechnic University of Turin. Wikipedia

  • Mont Blanc du Tacul

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif of the French Alps situated midway between the Aiguille du Midi and Mont Blanc. By a guideless party comprising Charles Hudson, Edward John Stevenson, Christopher and James Grenville Smith, E. S. Kennedy, Charles Ainslie and G. C. Joad on 8 August 1855. Wikipedia

  • Mont Blanc Tunnel

    Highway tunnel between France and Italy, under the Mont Blanc mountain in the Alps. It links Chamonix, Haute-Savoie, France with Courmayeur, Aosta Valley, Italy, via the French Route Nationale 205 and the Italian Traforo T1 (forming the European route E25), in particular the motorways serving Geneva (A40 of France) and Turin (A5 of Italy). Wikipedia

  • Continuation of the List of prominent mountains of the Alps and List of prominent mountains of the Alps above 3000 m, which page contains an introduction with statistics and an explanation of the criteria. List of mountains of the Alps (2500–2999 m) Wikipedia

  • Aiguille de Bionnassay

    Mountain in the Mont Blanc massif of the Alps in France and Italy. Located on its western side. Wikipedia

  • St. Moritz

    High Alpine resort town in the Engadine in Switzerland, at an elevation of about 1800 m above sea level. Upper Engadine's major town and a municipality in the district of Maloja in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. Wikipedia

  • Torino Hut

    High mountain refuge in the Alps in northwestern Italy. About 15 km southwest of Mont Dolent, the tripoint with Switzerland. Wikipedia


Sentences forMont Blanc

  • At 4810.45 m above sea level, Mont Blanc, located in the Alps on the French and Italian border, is the highest point in Western Europe.France-Wikipedia
  • Mont Blanc has more deaths each year than Everest, with over one hundred dying in a typical year and over eight thousand killed since records were kept.Mount Everest-Wikipedia
  • Mont Blanc can be seen from Geneva and is an hour's drive from the city.Geneva-Wikipedia
  • Many mountains with winter or year-round snow cover are named accordingly: Mauna Kea means white mountain in Hawaiian, Mont Blanc means white mountain in French.White-Wikipedia
  • While he hikes through Mont Blanc's Mer de Glace, he is suddenly approached by the Creature, who pleads for Victor to hear his tale.Frankenstein-Wikipedia
  • The Apennine Mountains form the peninsula's backbone, and the Alps form most of its northern boundary, where Italy's highest point is located on Mont Blanc (Monte Bianco) (4,810 m).Italy-Wikipedia

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