Sierra de Codés

The Codés Range (Kodesko mendilerroa in Basque and Sierra de Codés in Spanish) is a mountain range of western Navarre, Spain, part of the Basque Mountains. Its highest point is the 1,418-metre-high Ioar,[1] located between Santa Cruz de Campezo and Aguilar de Codés. The Codés Range is the westernmost mountain range in Navarre, located right at the limit of Álava Province.

Codés Range
Aguilar de Codés. Navarra. Spanien.jpg
Codés range rising behind Aguilar de Codés
Highest point
Elevation1,418 m (4,652 ft)
Coordinates42°38′0″N 2°21′15″W / 42.63333°N 2.35417°W / 42.63333; -2.35417Coordinates: 42°38′0″N 2°21′15″W / 42.63333°N 2.35417°W / 42.63333; -2.35417
Naming
Language of nameBasque
Geography
LocationNavarre, Spain
Parent rangeBasque mountains
Climbing
First ascentunknown
Easiest routeclimb

The Santuario de Nuestra Señora de Codés is located in this mountain range, within the Torralba del Río municipal term.[2]

Together with the neighboring Andia and Urbasa ranges further north, Codés summits are usually covered in snow in the winter.

SummitsEdit

  • Ioar, 1,418 m
  • Kodes, 1,414 m
  • Grudo, 1,363 m
  • Laplana, 1,337 m
  • Peña Blanca, 1,249 m
  • San Cristobal, 1,245 m
  • Costalera, 1,234 m
  • Peña Redonda, 1,207 m
  • Peña Gallet, 1,158 m
  • Humada, 1,155 m
  • Malpica, 1,087 m
  • La Corolla, 1,072 metro

ReferencesEdit

  • Sanz de Acedo, Alicia; Ganuza Chasco, Rufo, Sierras de Urbasa, Andía, Lokiz y Codés, ISBN 978-84-95368-40-9. Editorial El Senderista.

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