Barre des Ecrins

Barre des Ecrins

(bär dāzākrăN`), peak, 13,461 ft (4,103 m) high, in the Pelvoux group, SE France, tallest of the Dauphiné Alps.
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Among the innumerable highlights is La Barre des Ecrins - to the south and east and slightly north of that La Meije.
The pair were heading back down the mountain after taking the wrong route on the notoriously difficult Barre des Ecrins mountain in Grenoble.
Ewan, 19, who was a second-year medical student, was attempting a tricky climb with a companion on the hazardous 13,455ft Barre des Ecrins mountain when he lost his footing.