– Lat/Long: 40.25° N 5.30° W

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Pico Almanzor mountain guide

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Pico Almanzor

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Pico Almanzor

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Pico Almanzor

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  • Elevation: 2592 m
  • Difficulty: Scramble
  • Best months to climb: May, June, July, August, September
  • Convenient center: Barco de Avila (avila)

Pico Almanzor Climbing Notes

Enrique Ribas from SPAIN writes:

The Almamzor is the highest summit of the Central System. His ascension without being difficult to have enough vertical and climbs on top (level II). In winter (late October to June) is a mixed ice climbing and rock (crampons, piolet and rope). Between January and May is a challenge for extreme skiers. In summer it is very accessible. Attention in early summer, although it is hot, the remains of snow can severely complicate the ascent. Elola refuge, at its core facilitates. From the top you can see almost all castilla.

¡Good climb and good ski in Almanzor!

Enrique Ribas


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