Peña Montañesa Climber's Log
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|ojo||route: cereza |
Date Climbed: Sep 29, 2007
|You have to do this mountain, living where I do. It's on the horizon like a giant fortress castle on so many outings. One of the first peaks I was able to recognise from afar!|
Also, one of the first routes with Ricardo. From the village of Cereza up a rather rough track for a non 4x4 to the col.
Good weather until the top, when the cloud came down on us and we didn't see a thing.
I remember a lot of rough, rocky scree-ish ascent, but some great views. In those days I didn't know what I was looking and just took photos and went ooooh! ah!
|Posted Aug 26, 2010 9:25 am|
|FrançoisJ||Route climbed: normal |
Date Climbed: Jun 5, 2004
|Sabrina and I Climbed Pena Montanesa|
Nice climb from south side
|Posted Aug 17, 2009 4:31 pm|
|visentin||foggy ! |
Date Climbed: Mar 23, 2002
|Posted Aug 29, 2008 6:33 am|
|Rafa Bartolome||Route Climbed: south-Monastery of San Victorian Date Climbed: 15 may 2004|
|A mountain very nice with great views or Tena, Ordesa and Cotiella. Generally this mountain is forgotten by many people due to his situation near to the high summits of Ordesa and Posets-Maladeta but it is an ideal excursion for the day of return of any trip of the colossuses of Pyrenees. It is a mountain very changed with the beginning by path, the terraces to reach the top plateau and the final in slope of calcareous stones that puts a bit of harder note. It is sure that I will return to enjoy the wonderful landscape (the clouds over Ordesa prevented me from seeing the Mt Perdido from the summit).|
|Posted May 17, 2004 10:17 am|
|eza||Route Climbed: San Victorián Date Climbed: 15th May 2004|
|Felt quite tired after three days climbing in the Pyrenees and retired about one hour away from the summit, but nevertheless it was worth it. Beautiful route.|
|Posted May 17, 2004 9:25 am|