| Isère, Rhône-Alpes|
Belledonne, French Alps
| 2,926 m|
| estimated 1850
First winter ascent on 23 February 1890 by Maurice Allotte de la Fuye.|
Via the Lacs du Doménon
Grand Pic de Belledonne, Grande Lauzière, Croix de Chamrousse, Rocher Blanc, Chamechaude
The Croix de Belledonne is one of the highest points in the Belledonne chain at 2,926 metres (9,600 ft).
Croix de Belledonne Wikipedia
Situated in the French department of Isère, the Croix of Belledonne is one of the highest summits in the Belledonne chain.
The first ascension is estimated to have taken place around 1850.
The gap separating the Croix de Belledonne from the Central Peak is named after the alpinist Henry Duhamel