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Lac de l'Oule 1819m France 65
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Depuis Saint-Lary, prenez la direction Espagne, à Fabian prenez la Route des Lacs, puis garez votre voiture au parking d'Artigusse (1593 m).

A partit d'ici, vous empruntez une piste qui monte sur votre droite (très bien indiquée).Balade familiale de 45'a 1 heure

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