Picos de Urbión
Picos de Urbión, or "Urbion Peaks" is a mountain range in the Sistema Ibérico, Spain, limited by the Sierra de Neila and Sierra Cebollera of the same range. The ridge's highest summit, Pico Urbión, is 2,228 m) is one of the highest points in the 500 km long Sistema Ibérico.
|Picos de Urbión|
Los Tajones in the Picos de Urbión
|Elevation||2,228 m (7,310 ft)|
|Parent range||Sistema Ibérico|
|Easiest route||From Duruelo de la Sierra or Abejar|
The Picos de Urbión are located in the municipal terms of Viniegra de Abajo, Duruelo de la Sierra and Covaleda, between the provinces of Soria and Burgos in Castile and León and La Rioja (Spain). The Duero River and the Najerilla have their source in these mountains. These mountain ranges divide the Ebro and Duero basins.
The highest peaks of the range are usually covered in snow between October and May every year. The Sierra de la Demanda is located north of these mountains.
- Media related to Picos de Urbión at Wikimedia Commons
- Verdes pinos, tierra roja, Laguna Negra (in Spanish)
- Abejar - Embalse de la Cuerda del Pozo Picos de Urbión
- Cartografía de Macizo Urbión y Sierra de Cabrejas