Pic de Couillac
Pic de Couillac - 2601 mètres - Ariège Pyrénées La vue au sommet est magnifique et récompense l'effort. Moins touristique que le cirque de Cagateille et l'étang de la Hillette, le pic de Couillac reste néanmoins très accessible. il faut compter environ 1600 m de dénivelé positif pour atteindre le Pic. http://www.ariege360.fr
Copyright: Stéphane meurisse
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Uploadet: 30/05/2010
Opdateret: 18/09/2014


Tags: seix; couillax; hillete; cagateille; haut couserans; ariege; pyrenees
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