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Photos des Besses de Seolane I, Ubaye, Alpes de Haute Provence

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Photos from a mountain hike to the Besses des Séolanes in summer, Ubaye Valley, Alpes de Haute Provence, Southern France.

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1: arrived at Chateau Renard (about 1900 m altitude)
5: La Tête de Louis XVI with Les Chanenches
6: Les Terres Blanches below Petite Seolane
8: A rather steep climb to the Besses des Seolanes
10: An Edelweiss

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Goto Photos des Besses des Seolanes, part II, in the fall, after the first snowfall.

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