Mont Pelvoux (3,946 m) is a mountain in the Massif des Écrins in the French Alps. For many years Mont Pelvoux was believed to be the highest mountain in the region since the higher Barre des Écrins cannot be seen from the Durance valley.
The highest point on the mountain is Pointe Puiseux. There are three subpeaks:
- Pointe Durand (3,932 m)
- Petit Pelvoux (3,753 m)
- Trois Dents du Pelvoux (3,682 m)