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The beech and fir forests of Mount Lozère
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Mount Lozère is a granite massif that culminates at an altitude of 5,574.15 feet (1699 m). This mountain, the highest point in the Cévennes range, is nicknamed the ‘mountain of sources’. It is located between the municipalities of Bleymard, Florac, Pont-de-Montvert, and Villefort. Winter on Mount Lozère is particularly vigorous. In summer, it is wet and green, with streams running through it. Its flanks are covered with beech and fir forests, and herds of cattle graze on its pastures up to 4,265 feet (1300 m).
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