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- The Aiguilles Rouges are a crystalline mountainous massif of the French Prealps, opposite the Mont Blanc massif. The color of the iron rich gneiss mountains gives the range its name. The highest summit is the Aiguille du Belvédère at 2,965 metres. At the southern end of the range, Le Brévent at 2,525 metres is accessible by a cable car in the Planpraz and the Brévent sections.
- Aiguilles Rouges is a mountain in New Zealand.
There are other places with in their name, like Aiguilles Rouges National Nature Reserve.
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Travel Guide by Anselme Baud
From easy tours to narrow couloirs, from routes with easy access from ski lifts to numerous possible traverses, the Aiguilles Rouges is an integral part of the Mont Blanc region. Thanks to this ease of access and the great circuits that can be ...
Geographical Dictionary Of The World In The Early 20th Century With Pronouncing Gazetteer (in 2 Vos.) (1990)
by Moonis Raza
by Mont Brevent and the Aiguilles Rouges, part of the range which separates Savoy from Valais.
Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1882)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People ...
Aiguilles Rouges, and on the south, the giant group of Mont Blanc, from which enormous glaciers or rivers of ice slide down, even in summer, almost to the bottom of the valley. The chief of these glaciers are—the Glacier des Bossons, des ...
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