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Pico Tesorero with a "hornazo"

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Object Title: Pico Tesorero with a "hornazo"

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Page By: Diego Sahagún

Created/Edited: Oct 25, 2007 / Oct 26, 2007

Object ID: 350826

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Introduction

21 July 2007, two cousins and me ascended Pico Tesorero (2570 m) starting at El Cable. It was a nice day in the mountains though the mist appeared in the end of the hike. We ate a hornazo on Collado de Horcados Rojos and pushed forward to the summit. We enjoyed the views of mountains as Torre Cerredo, Torre Blanca, Peña Vieja, Naranjo de Bulnes and so many other. The final section of the ascent was somehow chaotic because we didn't know the best route to take. So we surrounded the summit piramide and climbed the SW ridge instead of ascending the east couloir (normal route). Antonio decided not to climb it but Fernando and me reached the top. Descent was so quick, we had to take the last lift.

External Links

Pico Tesorero 2.570 m.

Ascensión al Pico Tesorero

Tesorero

What's a "hornazo"?

Here

Epilogue

I noticed that my dad and me had climbed the SW highest subsidiary summit (2482 m) in the mid 80's. That ascent was in the rain and fog.

Images


View from near Cabaña Verónica to the west

View from near Cabaña Verónica to the west

Peña Olvidada

Peña Olvidada

Torre Cerredo and Torre Bermeja

Torre Cerredo and Torre Bermeja

Torre de los Horcados Rojos

Torre de los Horcados Rojos

Urrieles and Torre de los Horcados Rojos from the SE

Urrieles and Torre de los Horcados Rojos from the SE

Tiro Navarro & Picos de Santa Ana from the west

Tiro Navarro & Picos de Santa Ana from the west

Aguja & Collado de la Canalona

Aguja & Collado de la Canalona

Naranjo de Bulnes and the Alpine Chough

Naranjo de Bulnes and the Alpine Chough

Peñas Urrieles

Peñas Urrieles

Sentinels

Sentinels

Macizo Del Llambrión from Pico Tesorero

Macizo Del Llambrión from Pico Tesorero

Alpine Chough (Pyrrhocorax graculus)

Alpine Chough (Pyrrhocorax graculus)

Picos Arenizas from the SE

Picos Arenizas from the SE

Aguja Bustamante SW face

Aguja Bustamante SW face

Naranjo de Bulnes in the sea of clouds

Naranjo de Bulnes in the sea of clouds


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