Mont Valier (2,838 m) is a mountain of the Pyrenees in Ariège, France.
Its name comes from Valerius (Saint Valier, ca. 452), the mythical first bishop of Couserans, who climbed the peak. Bernard de Marmiesse, another bishop of Couserans, had a marble cross erected on the peak in 1670.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Refuge «Les Estagnous» located 1 101m/3 613ft W of the summit.
By elevation Mont Valier is
# 1 out of 121 in Réserve Domaniale du Mont Valier # 26 out of 940 in Parc naturel régional des Pyrénées ariégeoises # 29 out of 1505 in Ariège
By prominence Mont Valier is
# 1 out of 121 in Réserve Domaniale du Mont Valier # 99 out of 18724 in the Pyrenees # 33 out of 8344 in Occitania # 6 out of 940 in Parc naturel régional des Pyrénées ariégeoises # 8 out of 1505 in Ariège
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