Aiguillette du Lauzet   32319
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1 Crete du Chardonnet
2 Monviso 3841m
3 Pic de Rochebrune 3325m
4 Sommet du Prorel
5 Montbrison
6 La Cucumelle
7 Cime de la Condamine, 2940 m
8 Roche de Jabel
9 Glacier du Casset
10 Montagne des Agneaux
11 Barre des Ecrins, 4102 m
12 Dome des Ecrins
13 Pic de Neige Cordier, 3614 m
14 Roche Faurio
15 Pic du Lac du Combeynot
16 Brêche du Vallon de la Route
17 Pic de Combeynot
18 Col du Lautaret
19 Pic des trois Eveches
20 Pic Blanc du Galibier
21 Aiguille du Goleon
22 Col du Galibier
23 Aiguilles d'Arves
24 Tete Colombe
25 Grand Galibier 3228m
26 Roche Colombe
27 Crête de la Ponsonnière
28 Arêtes de la Bruyère
29 Pic de la Moulinière 3073m
30 Aiguillette du Lauzet, 2717m
31 Crêtee du Queyrellin 2935m

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Location: Aiguillette du Lauzet, at the exit of the via ferrata, 2550m (2717 m)      by: Andrea Rolando
Area: Cottische Alpen      Date: 31/7/2005
This is the first panorama out of a series of images that I will try to post from now on in order to cover this area of the western Alps between Italy and France that is probably one of the least represented here on alpen-panoramen.

This panorama is taken at the exit point of the via ferrata of the Aiguillette du Lauzet. Click on the following link for an accurate description of the via ferrata and further resources.

http://www.camptocamp.org/routes/353983/fr/aiguillette-du-lauzet-via-ferrata

Comments

Hallo, for me its a great pleasure to look at new, beautiful panoramas of this area, that in a great part I know so well.
When I look at the density of the red points on the map of this site, I find that there are only a few of them in the french Alps, but in the area of this Pano it's not at all the worst situation.
David Schatzman

I have put some more names and links.
2012/12/21 20:44 , David Schatzman
very interesting 
the stucture of the rocks. In any case I love this region and appreciate panos made in the Dauphiné. Merry Christmas Alexander
2012/12/22 10:13 , Alexander Von Mackensen
Great to see more of this area. A final touch of sharpness would be beneficial. Cheers, Martin
2012/12/23 15:57 , Martin Kraus

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