Sabrina and I climbed Aragüells
We climbed from Coronas with a perfect sunny day and great views. We climbed across the easy rock climb of South face (F) descending to collado de Cregüeña, also called collado de Aragüells, to climb a new 3000m, the Aguja Juncadella (3021m) across a lot of stones before to the attack to the easy final rock climb (F+).
During my first trip to pyrenees I was 17 and our plan was to climb the Aneto. We did it, but the day after we wanted some easy 3.000...therefore we climbed this modeste mountain with great views...
Camped at Ibonet de Coronas over night and in the morning climbed in beautiful weather but with rather strong winds. The day before had seen a lot of new snow, which eroded our confidence for going to high. Araguells was a great alternative and a lot of fun.
My father and me took a bus early to Refugio de Coronas from Pla de Senarta. Then we ascended to the summit of Pico de Aragüells. On the top we noticed that we'd left the food at home (a rural house in Seira, Huesca) so we ate some candies and started the descent. We meet some people who gave us bread and cheese. Continued descending, past Refugio de Coronas and followed the forest trail to Pla de Senarta, where we reached our car again (at night). I remember that my father felt ill that night because of the effort and lack of food on the mountain.