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== Getting There ==
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The Hautes-Alpes are easily reached by train from either the south ([[Marseille]]), the north ([[Grenoble]]) or the east ([[Valence]]). [[Valence]] and [[Grenoble]] have high-speed train connections with [[Paris]]. There are up to four train connections daily in all directions.
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There is no large airfield in the Hautes-Alpes. Go to [[Marseille]] and take the train from there.
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==Skiing==
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* [[St. Etienne en Devoluy]]

Revision as of 14:24, 19 January 2004

The Departement Hautes-Alpes is marked by mountains and wild ranges.

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Getting There

The Hautes-Alpes are easily reached by train from either the south (Marseille), the north (Grenoble) or the east (Valence). Valence and Grenoble have high-speed train connections with Paris. There are up to four train connections daily in all directions.

There is no large airfield in the Hautes-Alpes. Go to Marseille and take the train from there.

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