With its 3131m above sea level, Mont Chaberton is on the border between France and Italy, in the French Alps (thought it was actually Italian until 1947). On the summit, Italians built an artillery battery with 8 turrets pointed towards France. During the second world war, they were destroyed by French mortars.
The top can be reached from different start points, and all ways are really nice and interesting.
I took this picture while descending from the Col du Gimont and the Lac Gignoux, where I spent the night.
Clouds were staring to form, and created a wonderful view on the mountain.