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Spanish side (Chisagües)

Spanish side (Chisagües)

Spanish side (Chisagües)

Page Type: Route

Location: Htes.Pyrenees / Huesca, France/Spain, Europe

Lat/Lon: 42.72740°N / 0.14340°E

Object Title: Spanish side (Chisagües)

Route Type: Mountaineering

Season: Spring, Summer, Fall

Time Required: Half a day

Difficulty: F+/PD-

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Page By: Rafa Bartolome

Created/Edited: Sep 15, 2004 / Aug 19, 2007

Object ID: 162178

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See the main page to approach to trailhead of Llano de Piedramula.

Route Description

Collado de las Puertas
Col of las Puertas
Lakes of La Munia
Lakes of La Munia

Trailhead: Llano de Piedramula, 6 km from the track of Chisagües (1920 meters).

Time to summit: 3h45min.

Initially we follow 50-60 meters the same track for that we came a little more. Don´t take the route of GR-11 and take a path to the left to cross the river in the ravine of Clot. The path go in zig-zag in direction of the green hillside of peak Chinipro. After the green grass we arrive to a lot of stones ("pedrera"). We see several paths that join us but they all take us towards the col that we have on us, it is the col of Puertas (2530m, 1h30min) placed between the peaks of Chinibro and Robiñera.
We are before La Munia's lakes to which we must descend bordering on them for the left side in a slightly visible path. After the second lake we see the path for the peak of Robiñera in the right side but we continue in north direction up to an spun that fall from La Munia. Now, we search the route in diagonal to the left side to the Col of La Munia where we follow the same route of french side to the summit.

Essential Gear

In the Paso de gato (3-4meters+) you can to use the rope for inexpert people.

Miscellaneous Info

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