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La Meije is a mountain in the Massif des Ιcrins range, located at the border of the Hautes-Alpes and Isθre dιpartements. It overlooks the nearby village of La Grave, a mountaineering centre and ski resort.

La Meije is composed of three principal summits. The highest point is the Grand Pic de la Meije at 3,984 metres. The Grand Pic is notorious in that there is no "easy" path to the top. For this reason, La Meije was the last major peak in the Alps to be summited. The first ascent was made on August 16, 1877 by Pierre Gaspard and his son and their client Emmanuel Boileau de Castelnau. In 1891, J. H. Gibson, U. Almer and F. Boss made the first traverse of the ridge, from west to east.

The Doigt de Dieu (English: Finger of God), a large snow-clad tower at the east end of the ridge, overhanging the south slopes, is an attraction for mountaineers of various levels of ability.
(Wikipedia)

The village on the right is Hiιres, this view is captured climbing to refuge of Golιon, in the other side of the valley.

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