|Puy de Sancy
|Primary factor [m]||
Approx. point 32 T 358723 5276977- located north-east, around Dannemarie.
|Secondary factor [km]||
Approx. point 31 T 699209 4983380 - located east/south-east, a little north of Pas Ernadant.
|Location||UTM: 31 T 485475 5041650|
|Lat/Lon: N45°31'41.6" E2°48'50.4"|
|Description||Puy de Sancy is the highest point on the horse-shoe shaped massif south of the village Mont Dore, and is the highest mountain in France outside the Alps and the Pyrenees. There are many routes to the summit, including a cable car. The mountain is also host to a ski-centre, making the area very popular both summer and winter.|
|Main photo||Puy de Sancy seen from Puy Gros.|
|Routes||Puy de Sancy and Puy de l'Angle from ski-centre to Mont Dore|