Photos ski-skin tour to Moutière (2596m - Dos de Chameau), Col la Pièrre (2433m) from Tarroux (1400m), Laverq, Ubaye-Valley, France in winter

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Photos from ski-skin tour to the Moutière (2596m - Dos de Chameau), Col la Pièrre (2433m) from Tarroux (1400m), Laverq, Ubaye-Valley, France, Southern France, in winter, in 21-Feb-2000. Difference in elevation 1200m.

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1: We arrive at the plateau before Col la Pierre 13:26
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3: Col la Pièrre (2433m)
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8: la Moutière (2596m - Dos de Chameau)
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10: La Petite Séolane, la Grande Séolane
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14: View nord La Tete de LouisXVI (2408m), Montagnette (2811m)
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15: View east La Petite Séolane
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18: L'Aiguillette (2610m)
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19: View east Seyne
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20: Col de Maure, Station de Grand Puy
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21: View south Vallé de Bléne, Blayeul (2189m)
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22: View south-east Col la Pièrre, La Roche Close
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23: La Tête de Chabrière (2745m)
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25: The descent 17:16

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