|Elevation||1,699 m (5,574 ft)|
|Coordinates||44°25′34″N 3°44′21″E / 44.42611°N 3.73917°ECoordinates: 44°25′34″N 3°44′21″E / 44.42611°N 3.73917°E|
Mont Lozère (Occitan: Mont Losera) is the highest peak in the Cévennes, a subrange of the Massif Central in France]. It is 1,699 metres (5,574 ft) above sea level and lies within the Cévennes National Park.
Mont Lozère is commonly used for skiing during the winter months. It is also a popular destination for student groups during the summer months . It offers some stunning natural scenery and is covered by coniferous plantations and 'broom' scrub moorland.
Mount Lozere is also the source of the River Tarn.
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