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Climbing up to the Soum Couy - part II
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Arette - La Pierre Saint Martin in the French Pyrénées.

Climbing up the Soum Couy (elevation: 2315m) next to the Spanish border.

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Tags: pyrenees; arette; la pierre saint martin; ski; soum couy; pic d'arlas; pic d'anie
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