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Sierra NevadaGranada, SPAIN
Climbs 1 – Rocktype Schist – Altitude ? – Faces all
The two highest peaks in the Iberian Peninsula are in the park, the Mulhacén at 3,482m, closely followed by the Pico del Veleta, at 3,396m. On a clear day these mountains can be seen from as far away as Africa.
Climbs at this crag
From the UK; the easiest access is currently to fly to Malaga and drive either to Lanjaron or Capileira in the south, or Granada in the north. There is road access to around 2,000 metres then walk or in the summer use the National Park bus from Capileira (south) or uplift from ski resort (north.
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