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View from the Mount Aigoual to the foothills of the Cevennes and the Causse Méjean.


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View from the Mount Lozère to the mountains of the Cevennes in the background. In the front you see balls of granite, which partial form a sea of rocks.

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On the drive up to the "Col de l'Homme Mort" in the mountains of Lingas you have always marvellous views to the mountains of the Cevennes.

 

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Also this is the Southern France: The landscape in the mountains of Margeride remembers a bit to Norway.

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In the mountains of the Cantal with its volcanic origin. View to the second highest mountain of the "Massif Central", the "Plomb du Cantal" (1855 metres).

 

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Rocks of granite and heather on the "Truc de Fortunio".

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Sunset in the mountains of the Aubrac at the "Puech du Merle". View to the Lot valley which is covered by clouds.

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Typical hilly landscape in the Aubrac, consisting of lush meadows- in spring full of flowers- sprinkled with woods and numberless herds of cattle. Impressive is the boundless expanse. Here is the origin of the milk for the good cheese!

 

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On tour at the Mont Lozère.

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Le Pont de Montvert: picturesque old mountain village with a beautiful bridge of natural stones at the foot of the Mount Lozère.

 

 

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In the "sea of rocks" of "Nimes le Vieux" on the Causse de Méjean.

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View from the Mount Aigoual to the ridges of the Cevennes, in the background you can see the Mediterranean Sea. From this place you also have a lovely view to the Mount Ventoux, the highest single mountain in the Provence, to the Pyrenees and under favourable conditions of the weather until the Mont Blanc!

 

 

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Very lovely church at the Mount Lozère.

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Short before the summit of the Mount Lozère. The Mount Lozère raises as a coloured dot out of the mountains of the Cevennes, for mostly of it's surface is covered with heather.

 

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View on the "typical" landscape of the Cevennes with it's lonely streets in the mountains and dense woods on the slopes.

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The entrance of the cave of Abime of Bramabiau, which leads you through a narrow cleft of a rock. After the rain you find a beautiful waterfall, which falls out of the cave.

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During the winter the Cevennes are rich of snow and so an eldorado for ski. In the Tarn valley, you can enyoy a soft drink at the same time outside in a bar in the mild sun of the winter.

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At the Mount Aigoual: Who pays attention in the nature outside can discover such a little work of art!

 

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