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David-Guenot: Track 4313 in area near France, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes ()
Puy Mary-Puy de Peyre Arse-Puy Bataillouse
Length: 17.0km, Creator time taken: 7h44m, Ascent: 1104m,
Descent: 1095m

Places: Start at Lon 2.68642, Lat 45.1124, end at Start
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The best walk of the week and probably some of the best walking you can have in the Massif Central, with breathtaking views all along the way. A mix of easy walking and challenging terrain, with bits of scrambling here and there, including the (in)famous Brèche de Rolland and a tricky bit S of Pic de Bataillouse. The best part of the walk was arguably the ascent of Puy de Peyre Arse (lovely name, isn't it ?) and the exploration of its fantastic N ridge, which is slightly airy in places. 7 summits climbed for my challenge, i.e. a total of 21 for the week. Main summits: the amazing but very popular Puy Mary (1783m) as a starter, then along the ridge to Puy de Peyre Arse (1806m) and Puy de Bataillouse (1683m).

Uploaded on: Tue, 30 Jun 2020 (11:01:09)
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