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Maritime Alps

The chief peaks of the Maritime Alps, from the Col de Tenda to the Col de l'Argentiere, are:
Punta dell' Argentera 3290 meters(10,794 feet)
Mont Tinibras 3032 meters(9948 feet)
Cima dei Golas 3135 meters(10,286 feet)
Mont Enchastraye 2955 meters(9695 feet)
Monte Matto 3087 meters(10,128 feet)
Monte Bego 2873 meters(9426 feet)
Mont Pelat 3053 meters(10,017 feet)
Mont Monnier 2818 meters(9246 feet)
Mont Clapier 3046 meters(9994 feet)
Rocca dell' Abisso 2755 meters(9039 feet)

The chief passes of the Maritime Alps, from the Col de Tenda to the Col de l'Argentiere, are:

Passo del Pagarin (Vosubie Valley to Valdieri), snow 2815 meters(9236 feet)
Col di Fremamorta (Tinee Valley to the Baths of Valdieri), bridle path 2648 meters(8688 feet)
Bassa di Druos (same to same), bridle path 2630 meters(8629 feet)
Passo di Collalunga (Tinee Valley to Vinadio), bridle path 2600 meters(8531 feet)
Coll dell' Agnel (Tenda to Yaldieri), foot path 2568 meters(8426 feet)
Col della Ciriegia (St Martin Vesubie to the Baths of Valdieri), bridle path 2551 meters(8370 feet)
Col des Granges Communes (St Etienne de Tinee to Barcelonnette), bridle path 2512 meters(8242 feet)
Col de Pourriac (Tinee Valley to Argentera), foot path 2506 meters(8222 feet)
Col della Finestre (St Martin de Vesubie to Valdieri), bridle path 2471 meters(8107 feet)
Col di Guercia (Tinee Valley t0 Vinadio), foot path 2451 meters(8042 feet)
Col della Lombarda (same to same), bridle path 2395 meters(7858 feet)
Col de la Cayolle (Var Valley to Barcelonnette), carriage road 2352 meters(7717 feet)
Col di Santa Anna (Tinee Valley to Vinadio), bridle path 2318 meters(7605 feet)
Col del Sabbione (Tenda to Valdieri), bridle path 2264 meters(7428 feet)
Col d'Allos or de Valgelaye (Verdon Valley to Barcelonnette), carriage road 2250 meters(7382 feet)
Col de l'Argentiere (Barcelonnette to Cuneo), carriage road 1995 meters(6545 feet)
Col de Tenda (Tenda to Cuneo), carriage road, railway beneath 1873 meters(6145 feet)

(from an old encyclopedia)



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