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Torre Cerredo, also called Torrecerredo or Torre de Cerredo
Torre de Cerredo
(La Torre Cerréu in Asturian language) is a mountain in northern Spain.

Contents

1 Geography 2 Climbing 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

Geography[edit] The mountain has an elevation of 2,650 metres; the highest peak of the Picos de Europa
Picos de Europa
and the Cantabrian Mountains. Torrecerredo is located on the central massif of the Picos de Europa, called Urrieles, on the limits of Asturias
Asturias
and the León provinces. Its summit towers 2,200 metres over the river Cares, and offers wide views over the western massif and the Cares' tributaries. Climbing[edit] Torrecerredo was first ascended by Aymar d'Arlot de Saint Saud, Paul Labrouche, Juan Suárez, de Espinama and Francois Salles, from Gavarnie, on June 30, 1882. The easiest ascent route starts at Jou de Cerredo, the last 200 metres are an easy rock climb that does not require special equipment. The most common approach uses the refuges of Jou de los Cabrones and Vega de Urriellu. See also[edit]

List of European ultra prominent peaks

References[edit]

^ a b c "Europe Ultra-Prominences" Peaklist.org. Retrieved 2012-03-17.

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External links[edit] Media related to Torre Cerredo
Torre Cerredo
at Wikimedia Commons

"Torrecerredo, Spain" on Peakbagger

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Ultra-prominent peaks of Europe

Scandinavia

Galdhøpiggen Kebnekaise Jiehkkevárri Snøhetta Store Lenangstind Sarektjåkkå
Sarektjåkkå
— On islands: Beerenberg Hvannadalshnúkur Newtontoppen Novaya Zemlya HP

Western Europe

Spain: Mulhacén Aneto Torre de Cerredo Almanzor — Massif Central: Puy de Sancy

Atlantic islands

Canaries: Teide Roque de los Muchachos Pico de las Nieves Malpaso — Azores: Pico Madeira: Ruivo

Alps (List)

Mont Blanc Grossglockner Finsteraarhorn Wildspitze Bernina Hochkönig Dufourspitze Hoher Dachstein Marmolada Viso Triglav Barre des Écrins Säntis Ortler Baldo Gran Paradiso Coca Cima Dodici Dents du Midi Chamechaude Zugspitze Antelao Arcalod Grintovec Großer Priel Grigna
Grigna
Settentrionale Bondone Presanella Birnhorn Col Nudo Pointe Percée Jôf di Montasio Polinik Tödi Birkkarspitze Ellmauer Halt Grande Tête de l'Obiou Cima Tosa Hochtor Grimming Grand Combin Tournette Zirbitzkogel Kesch

Apennines

Corno Grande Amaro Serra Dolcedorme Montalto Cimone

Eastern Europe

Carpathians: Gerlachovský štít Parângu Mare Moldoveanu Peleaga Rtanj Pietrosul Rodnei — Crimea:  Roman-Kosh
Roman-Kosh
— Urals: Narodnaya

Balkans

Musala Olympus Vihren Taygetus Korab Jezercë Athos Kyllini Ossa Nemerçkë Midžor Pangaion Hills Kajmakčalan Smolikas Giona Jakupica Këndrevica Radomir Parnassus Botev Çika Pančić's Peak Valamara Baba Psili Koryfi

Mediterranean islands

Corsica: Cinto — Sardinia:  Punta La Marmora
Punta La Marmora
— Sicily: Etna — Crete: Ida Lefka Ori Dikti
Dikti
— Other Greek islands:  Dirfi Ainos Fengari
Fengari
— Cyprus: Olympus

Caucasus

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