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Suc De Montivenoux
France

The Suc de Montivernoux is in the west of the Ardèche region close to Mont Gerbier de Jonc and Mezenc. The summit at 1441m is easily reached and provides a 360 view of the suroundings.  On a clear day you can see Mont Ventoux, the Alps and Mont Blanc. 

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