- a waterfall in SW France, in the Pyrenees. 1384 feet (422 meters) high.
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A pair-horse landau for Gavarnie was priced at fifty francs.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
You undergo a description of Gavarnie after the last edition of the guide-book.A Tour Through The Pyrenees
Hippolyte Adolphe Taine
Before reaching Gèdres, which is about half-way to Gavarnie, a fine, though tantalising view of the Brêche is obtained.
We reached Gavarnie at seven o'clock, and pausing for half an hour, rode on to Luz, where we arrived as the night closed.
The most usual, and by far the most advantageous starting-place, is the village of Gavarnie, near the Cirque of that name.