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Onzy: Track 4225 in area near Spain, Andalusia ()
Spanish Sierra Nevada: The Caldera Peaks
Length: 20.1km, Creator time taken: 6h13m, Ascent: 904m,
Descent: 1014m

Places: Start at Lon -3.30792, Lat 37.0038, end at Lon -3.31213, Lat 36.9966 883m SW from Start
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Route in the Sierra Nevada circling the caldera to the west of Mulahacen. The route takes in three 3000m+ peaks, Puntal de la Caldera, Puntal de Laguna Larga & Pico de Loma Pelado.
The Caldera Peaks and the ridge to Mulahacen
There are several mountain bus services in the Sierra Nevada that make outings to significant peaks possible within a day walk. The bus used for this route leaves Capileira at 8.30 or 11.00, returning at 16.15 or 18.45. We used the earliest and the latest, although we would have made the 16.15 bus if necessary.
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The route is essentially a long walk in before a period of scree walking and mild scrambling to take in the tops, followed by a long walk out.

Uploaded on: Mon, 14 Oct 2019 (10:12:39)
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