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Station de montagne Gavarnie

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Station de montagne Gavarnie
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The Cirque de Gavarnie, classified since 1997 as a World Heritage Site by Unesco in the Pyrenees-Mont Perdu ensemble, is a 6 km wide natural circus nestled in the Pyrenees National Park on the northern slope of the line of ridges marking the border with Spain. It is surrounded by peaks, often 3000 meters from east to west: the Petit Astazou, the Marboré peak, the Brulle peak, the Cascade peak, the Marboré shoulder, the Marboré tower and the Helmet du Marboré which is the highest point of the Cirque de Gavarnie at an altitude of 3248 meters. While the bottom of the circus, where the Hôtellerie is located, is around 1,570 meters. The height of the walls therefore reaches nearly 1,500 meters, in three successive floors separated by less inclined benches.
It is a must-see site in the Hautes-Pyrénées and one of the best departures for discovering the mountain on a hike in the heart of the Pyrenees National Park.

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Photos around Station de montagne Gavarnie

Hotel des Cimes

Hotel des Cimes

Cascade au cirque de Gavarnie

Cascade au cirque de Gavarnie

Cirque de Gavarnie

Cirque de Gavarnie

Photo Stéphane Boularand

Cirque de Gavarnie

Cirque de Gavarnie

Photo Stéphane Boularand

Cirque de Gavarnie

Cirque de Gavarnie

Cirque de Gavarnie

Cirque de Gavarnie

Le cirque de Gavarnie apparait derrière le massif du Néouvielle

Le cirque de Gavarnie apparait derrière le massif du Néouvielle

Photo Stéphane Boularand

Cirque de Gavarnie

Cirque de Gavarnie

Cirque de Gavarnie

Cirque de Gavarnie

Photo ancienne du cirque de Gavarnie

Photo ancienne du cirque de Gavarnie

Cirque de Gavarnie

Cirque de Gavarnie

Hôtel Vignemale

Hôtel Vignemale