It is to Gavarnie, whose giant semicircle of precipices has been called "the end of the world."
You undergo a description of Gavarnie after the last edition of the guide-book.
The most usual, and by far the most advantageous starting-place, is the village of Gavarnie, near the Cirque of that name.
I have lost my way coming from Gavarnie, and am drenched through.
Thereupon Pierre had to relate that M. de Guersaint had not returned from his excursion to Gavarnie.
Gavarnie, its cirque and its village, is the natural wonder of the Pyrenees.
The principal tributary comes from the cascade of Gavarnie, which falls from one of those peaks never scaled by man.
You hang your head, and your friend triumphs, especially if he was bored at Gavarnie.
The Amphitheatre of Gavarnie, in which we stand, surpasses easy description.
From the angle on the right runs the defile leading southward to the far-famed Gavarnie, our to-morrow's excursion.