Pico Tesorero Climber's Log

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selinunte01 - Jul 27, 2012 6:34 am Date Climbed: Jun 9, 2012

Scrambling up  Sucess!

from Cabana Veronica and working up to the summit through late snowfields - strong gusts of wind on the top, threatening dark clouds to the southwest and incredible views on the Central and Western Massiv - a great day!


RicardoEchanove1 - Jun 7, 2010 1:57 pm Date Climbed: Jun 6, 2010

Route climbed: From Fuente De, normal route  Sucess!

From Fuente De, "Canal de la Jenduda" and normal route. Great day and a great mountain. We didn't need to use crampons, but we step a lot of snow.

John Climber

John Climber - Sep 23, 2008 11:54 am Date Climbed: Sep 19, 2008

Guiding trip  Sucess!

Me and two clients reached the top of the mountain from Horcados Rojos, within one hour and with relative good weather conditions.


kabernicola - Jun 7, 2008 5:46 pm

Winter climb  Sucess!

It was a fantastic winter climb with my wife. We stayed at the Parador Nacional, we took the first morning cabin and walked up with snowshoes all the aproach. then we climbed the ridge on your left as you see the mountain. God, I felt like in Andes climbing the final snow corniced ridge!. Te descent was dangerous. It was a long day, in fact we almost missed the last cabin down!, but we didn´t...the prize came after with a great warm bath and a better dinner!

Rafa Bartolome

Rafa Bartolome - Oct 1, 2007 5:03 am Date Climbed: Sep 29, 2007

Nice peak  Sucess!

in bad weather conditions. The first snow of the season fall this week in the Spanish mountains. Thanks to the sun of the previous day many of the snow disappear. The day was a lot of fog, wind... very bad, but we was lucky to reach the summit in the moment what the fog disappear all around... impressive landscape of the wonderful Picos de Europa

Diego Sahagún

Diego Sahagún - Sep 23, 2007 10:47 pm

Normal from Refugio de Aliva and Horcadina de Covarrobres, mid 80's summer

I thought that we'd climbed it in the rain and fog but in a recent climb I've noticed that my dad and me had climbed the SW highest subsidiary summit.

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