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Mont Valier - Ariege Pyrénées - 2838 mètres

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Summit of Mont Valier (Ariège Pyrenees - 2838m)
First storm of the season and ... fog at the top (despite the announcement of a more favorable weather) not to mention rather snowy conditions requiring crampons / ice axes ...

Second attempt in the summer ... up very early in the morning at the refuge ... I come just for the sunrise with a beautiful "sea of clouds"!

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A: Sommet du Mont Valier - Ariège

摄影师Stéphane Meurisse, 距离此处40远

Sommet du Mont Valier - Ariège

B: Sommet du Mont Valier - 2838 m - Ariège Pyrénées

摄影师Stéphane Meurisse, 距离此处50远

Mount Valier is a peak of 2 838 m located in the Pyrenees, in Couserans. The finest summit Couserans ...

Sommet du Mont Valier - 2838 m - Ariège Pyrénées

C: Col de Faustin - Mont Valier

摄影师Stéphane Meurisse, 距离此处300远

Col Faustin is an obligatory passage to reach the Mont Valier. It is also the culmination of a corrid...

Col de Faustin - Mont Valier

D: Refuge du Mont Valier : Les Estagnous

摄影师Stéphane Meurisse, 距离此处650远

"Estagnous" The refuge is located in the "Mont Valier" reserve (Ariège - France). It allows to reach ...

Refuge du Mont Valier : Les Estagnous

E: Etang De Bethmale

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Etang De Bethmale

F: Le col de la core

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Le col de la core

G: Sentenac d'oust

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Sentenac d'oust

H: Cominac

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I: Un pre a Cominac

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Un pre a Cominac

J: 360 Pic Certascan

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panoramica de 360 º des de el Pic de Certascan al Pallars, feta el 13 de Juliol de 2014, hem sortit d...

360 Pic Certascan



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