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Platé rocky desert from the pass of Portette
France

On the way to the pass of Portette, in the french Alps, we can have a beautifull sight on the rocky desert of Platé and the rocks of Fiz.

We can also see the pass of Dérochoir from where we have a wonderfull view on the Mont-Blanc.

Look for the ibex on that panorama...

more detail and photos on my blog : www.alpha-pyxidis.com

Copyright: Vincent Vermorel
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Uploaded: 19/07/2012
Updated: 22/07/2012
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Tags: col de portette; a sight of the rocky desert of platé; on the way to the pass of portette in haute-savoie (french alps)
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