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Cirque de Gavarnie & Lac de Gaube (Hautes-Pyrenees)

Circus of Gavarnie (in Occitan Gascon area of Gavarnia) was classified 1997 to World Heritage of Humanity by Unesco (overall Mont Perdu ).

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a diameter of six miles, this glacial cirque, natural wonder, is one of the most visited of Pyrenees . Land limestone gray, ocher or pink, have been raised and returned to 3000 meters.
The height of the walls of the circus of Gavarnie reached almost 1500 meters, in three successive stages separated by less inclined bench. Many peaks around the circus: the large peak Astazou the Peak Marboré the peak of the eastern Cascade the Tour de Gavarnie the Helmet Gavarnie and Pic du Taillon . The breccia Roland is a geological curiosity, a notch glacial hiking accessible from neck Boucharo after ski of Gavarnie-Espécières .
Panoramic Summit Cirque

Games Clouds on Cirque

Top of Unesco under the Appellation Pyrenees - Mont Perdu (Spain / France)

Spain: Autonomous Community of Aragon, Province Huesca Commons Torla, Fanlo, Tella-Sin, Puértolas, Bielsa, Broto and

France: Midi-Pyrenees, Hautes-Pyrénéest;

1999 Extension: Common GèdreN42 41 7512 0 E0 1.8ref: 773bis

Joined: 1997

Extension: 1999 - Criteria: (iii) (iv) (v) (vii) (viii)

Brief description
This unique mountain landscape, which spans both sides of the existing national borders of France and Spain, is centered around the peak of Mount Perdu, a calcareous massif that rises to 3352 m. The site, with a total area of 30,639 ha, includes two canyons, the largest and deepest in Europe on the southern flank, the English side and three circuses important on the northern slope, steeper on the French side - Conventional geological landforms. This site is also a pastoral landscape reflecting an agricultural way of life once widespread in the mountainous regions of Europe. It remained unchanged in the twentieth century in one place in the Pyrenees, and has exceptional insights into past European society through its landscape of villages, farms, fields, upland pastures and mountain roads.
Justification for inclusion: The Committee inscribed the site on the basis of criteria natural (vii) and (viii). The limestone massif of Monte Perdido has a number of classics such as geological formations including deep canyons and spectacular cirque. It is also an exceptional landscape with meadows, lakes, caves, mountains and forests. In addition, the region is of great interest for science and conservation. With regard to cultural values, the Committee inscribed the property under criteria (iii) (iv) and (v): Zone Pyrenees - Mont Perdu between France and Spain is an outstanding cultural landscape which combines scenic beauty with a socio-economic has its roots in the past and illustrates a mountain way of life has become rare in Europe.

Pont d'Espagne
The Bridge of Spain is a tourist site Pyrenees National Park and ski resort located in the town of Cauterets (Department Hautes-Pyrenees ) at an altitude of about 1500m.


is only accessed from the town of Cauterets by
RD920 ending for tourists to 1480m by a huge car park (entrance fee). From the parking area and built the toll, we must continue to walk in the mountains, either way, either by road or looming is letting himself be carried by one of the gondolas of Punt (in winter only ).
The Pont d'Espagne is located exactly at 1496m under which the Gave and Gave the Marcadau Gaube meet. A small restaurant there was installed in front of the waterfall Gaube.

Higher still, there is access to new gondola shelters and marking out a path towards the Spain .
Lac de Gaube (partially frozen in late winter)
Lake Gaube is a Lake accessible through deck Spain in Valley Cauterets , Hautes-Pyrenees . It is the starting point for many hikes. At an altitude of 1725 m, Lake at the foot of Vignemale (3298m) is famous for its site and its ease of access, the bank left is bordered by the GR10 towards the shelter of Oulettes Gaube. Available in 1 hour walk through pins or lift (270 m climb).
Some Isard (Pyrenean Chamois)

With a depth of 40m, an area of 19 ha and more than 2 km of shoreline, its filling is active and the delta of the Lake located at the mouth of the river Main is responsible for glacial till.

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NB Other photos Gaube and the Bridge of Spain are found in the archives of this blog. The interest for me to come back (besides my passion for this valley) was able to see and photograph the lake in winter, hoping it is frozen. But the severe lack of snow was somewhat disappointed that expectation!

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