Mountain Climbing in Grenoble

Rise above the mountains made of myths and prominent steep cliffs

The city of Grenoble rests at the foothills of the French Alps. The rugged landscape that guards the city is part of the Dauphine Alps, the western chunk of the alpine range. The mountains here feature striking summits that puncture the skyline, and are places of rich legends. Visit in the warmer months between June and October for ideal mountain climbing conditions.
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Climbing in Grenoble

The city of Grenoble is just north of the prominent Mont Aiguille, whose limestone cliffs soar to 2,085 meters before reaching an abrupt end. The flat mesa summit stands within the Vercors Regional Natural Park, and is a prime spot for top-class mountain climbing. The steep cliffs are actually quite easy to ascend as it doesn’t pose much technical difficulty, yet the views are captivating.

 

Good to know:

Country Code

+33

Currency

Euro

Language

French

Best time to visit

Visit in the warmer months between June and October for ideal mountain climbing conditions

What’s the weather like?

The city of Grenoble receives an oceanic climate, while the mountainous regions feature cooler temperatures

More info about Mountain Climbing in Grenoble:

Resting in the southeast of France at the foot of the French Alps is the city of Grenoble. It is located in the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region, and nicknames itself as the Capital of the Alps, given its size and location. The medieval village transformed into an industrial powerhouse and are now grown into an important center for research and technology. The city is surrounded by mountains, with the Belledonne range standing to the east, and the Vercors massif to the west

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