هزارچم, Alam Kuh or Alum Kooh

18 Jul 2014

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Espiguete – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

good conditions, Espiguete photo

Photo credit: Mazuelas

  • Elevation: 2450 m
  • Difficulty: Walk up
  • Best months to climb: July, August, September
  • Convenient center: Cardao de Abajo

Espigüete is one of the highest peaks of the Cantabrian mountain chain. With good summer conditions, the normal access routes are easy. In winter, with the ice and snow on the ground, some climbs pose a certain technical challenge.

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10 other mountain peaks closest to Espiguete:

1. Coriscao (2234 m) 15.2 km
2. Naranjo de Bulnes (2519 m) 28.0 km
3. Torre de Cerredo (2648 m) 28.1 km
4. Picu Urriellu (2519 m) 28.1 km
5. Torrecerredo (2648 m) 28.3 km
6. Pico Remelende (1888 m) 40.5 km
7. Sierra de Cuera (1315 m) 45.0 km
8. Castro Valnera (1718 m) 94.6 km
9. Peña Ubiña (2417 m) 95.3 km
10. Ganekogorta (998 m) 149.0 km

 

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