Cime de Caron

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Cime de Caron
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Cime de Caron
Location in France
Highest point
Elevation 3,195 m (10,482 ft)
Coordinates 45°15′47″N06°33′42″E / 45.26306°N 6.56167°E / 45.26306; 6.56167 Coordinates: 45°15′47″N06°33′42″E / 45.26306°N 6.56167°E / 45.26306; 6.56167
Geography
Location Savoie, France
Parent range Massif de la Vanoise
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Cime de Caron is a mountain of Savoie, France. It lies in the Massif de la Vanoise range. It has an elevation of 3,195 metres (10,482 ft) above sea level. It is a mountain in the Three Valleys (Les Trois Vallées) a popular ski resort, in the valley of Les Belleville, in the resort of Val Thorens. It has four ski slopes: three black, and one red. One of the blacks (Combe de Rosael) goes into the secret fourth valley, in the three valleys, Orelle. Cime de Caron is the second-highest skiing point in the Three Valleys.


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