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Mont Avril is a mountain of the Pennine Alps, located on the Swiss-Italian border. Its summit has an elevation of 3,347 metres above sea level and can be reached by a trail from the Fenêtre de Durand (2,800 m). Mont Avril is considered the smaller brother of Mont Gelé.

Mont Avril
Mont Gelé - Chanrion.jpg
Mont Gelé (left) and Mont Avril (right) from the north side
Highest point
Elevation3,347 m (10,981 ft)
Prominence158 m (518 ft) [1]
Parent peakGrand Combin
Coordinates45°54′55″N 7°20′40″E / 45.91528°N 7.34444°E / 45.91528; 7.34444Coordinates: 45°54′55″N 7°20′40″E / 45.91528°N 7.34444°E / 45.91528; 7.34444
Geography
Mont Avril is located in Alps
Mont Avril
Mont Avril
Location in the Alps
LocationValais, Switzerland/Aosta Valley, Italy
Parent rangePennine Alps

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Swisstopo maps

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