La Buffe

La Buffe - a peak on the northern ridge of the Vercors.

The Vercors is a range of plateaux and mountains in Isère in the French Prealps. Cliffs at its eastern edge face the city of Grenoble, which you can see from the peak La Buffe (to the south east).


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Uploaded: 28/11/2011
Updated: 13/08/2014


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