Lac des Vaches

Petite ballade en direction du refuge de la Vanoise, depuis Pralognan, sur la GR55. La grande Casse est en point de mire mais cette partie du GR est vraiment trop fréquenté ! Il est vrai que le télésiège facilite grandement l'ascension...

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Vincent Vermorel
refuge of the Vanoise pass
Mont Bochor
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peaks of Mount Charvet
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