Rocher de St-Barthélémy

Rocher de St-Barthélémy

Rocher de St-Barthélémy, one of the most striking parts of the Massif de l'Esterel in spite of its low height (203 m).
Ejnar Fjerdingstad
on Nov 20, 2006 3:30 pm
Image Type(s): Scenery
Image ID: 245454


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Lubos - Feb 23, 2007 5:21 am - Voted 10/10

From Lubos

Hi guys,

I love you photos and the enthusiasm in you faces.
You look happy; I hope to look as happy as you if I get lucky to climb mountains in your age. Thank you for such motivating pictures.

Ejnar Fjerdingstad

Ejnar Fjerdingstad - Feb 23, 2007 4:30 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: From Lubos

Thank you for you kind words, glad you like our photos.


wlado - Oct 31, 2007 2:46 pm - Hasn't voted


What an amazing picture
Red rocks and greenery make very picturesque landscape.Thanks for this picture and have a good time in mountaineering

Ejnar Fjerdingstad

Ejnar Fjerdingstad - Oct 31, 2007 6:22 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: wow

Thank you. Yes, the colour of the Estérel rocks is quite unique, and combined with the truly azure Mediterranean (which is just a bit further to the left) it is even more beautiful!
Good climbing to you too!


lcarreau - Nov 4, 2007 6:49 pm - Voted 10/10

Red rocks in the Alps?

I love it. I can remove my sunglasses. There's a place in Arizona called Sedona. Very beautiful red rocks everywhere. Attracts many people TO the resorts, especially for the Christmas light festival. Are you people getting any SNOW there, yet? Thanks & PEACE!

Ejnar Fjerdingstad

Ejnar Fjerdingstad - Nov 5, 2007 8:06 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Red rocks in the Alps?

No, this is not in the Alps, although they are not far away. The Massif de L'Esterel is about 4 times as old as the Alps (around 300 million years), this is why they are not very high, max. 618 m/2050 ft. Snow where we live would be highly unusual, but generally the southernmost Alps, that we can see, have snow above 1300 m/4300 ft. in winter, not yet, though.
Peace to you too!

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