Puy de Sancy

Pictured By – Clément Beckert Puy de Sancy at  1886 meters is  the highest mountain in the Massif Central, France .It is part of an ancient stratovolcano which has been inactive for about 220,000 years. The northern and southern slopes are used for skiing, and a number of cable cars and ski lifts ascend the…

Mont Blanc

Pictured By – Tinelot Wittermans Mont Blanc, meaning “White Mountain”, is the highest mountain in the Alps and in the whole of western Europe. Its impressive mass towers majestically over the town of Chamonix. Every year, the summit of Mont Blanc becomes the ultimate objective for mountaineers from all over the world, all striving to…

Montagne Sainte Victoire

Pictured By – Georges Seguin Montagne Sainte Victoire is a breathtakingly charismatic limestone massif, 1011 meters high, that sprouts suddenly from the vinyards and lavender fields of rural Provence in South-eastern France. Although alpine in nature, and affording great views of them, it is cut off from the Alps by the Rhone river. The mountain…

Monte Cinto

Pictured By – mangeurdefigatellu Monte Cinto is the highest mountain on the island of Corsica, a region of France. Reaching 2,710 metres at its highest point, the Monte Cinto is the highest peak of Corsica . Climbing it via the Biccarellu corridor is for confident and experienced walkers only and takes around 7 hours. The…

La Meije

Pictured By – Dominicus Johannes Bergsma La Meije is a mountain at a height of 3985 meters which stands in the Massif des Écrinsrange in France. Its impressive shape dominates the skyline of the nearby village of La Grave a mountaineering center and ski resort. Summit Junkie – La Meije

Hohneck

Pictured By – Florain Grossir Hohneck is, at 1,363 meters the third highest summit of the Vosges Mountains and the highest point of Lorraine. On its summit stands a mountain hut, clearly visible in the distance. Nearby the mountain’s top is located the ski resort of La Bresse Hohneck. Summit Junkie – Hohneck