Mont Blanc

Translated as “White Mountain,” Mont Blanc is the tallest mountain in the Alps, at 15,777 ft. (4808.7 m.). Jacque Balmat and Michel Paccard first summited Mont Blanc in 1786. Mont Blanc features in important literary works by Mary Shelley (Frankenstein), Percy Shelley (“Mont Blanc”), and William Wordsworth (The Prelude).


Latitude: 45.832622300000
Longitude: 6.865174900000