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Céüse Mountain is a summit of the Southern Alps rising in the French department of Hautes-Alpes, between Gap and Veynes in the region's natural Bochaine. Its terrain consists of a ridge-shaped horseshoe. It rises to 2016 m above sea level at the peak of Céüse, east of the ledge.
Mountain Céüse has a small ski resort in the town of Manteyer and the neck of Guerin, above Sigoyer.
Céüse cliffs are also a climbing site very experienced climbers. Not only because it is certainly one of the most beautiful cliffs of France, but also because it is there that is one of the hardest routes in the world: Biography and Realization: 9a + (almost extreme level climbing Only the best climbers and rock climbing routes pass this level).