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Besiberri Massif (Catalan: Massís del Besiberri) is a mountain massif of the central area of the Pyrenees, Lleida, Catalonia, Spain. It is located at the western limit of the Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici National Park.

Besiberri Massif
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Glacial lake in the Besiberri Massif
Highest point
Elevation3,029 m (9,938 ft)
Coordinates42°36′01″N 0°49′31″E / 42.60028°N 0.82528°E / 42.60028; 0.82528Coordinates: 42°36′01″N 0°49′31″E / 42.60028°N 0.82528°E / 42.60028; 0.82528
Geography
Besiberri Massif is located in Catalonia
Besiberri Massif
Besiberri Massif
Catalonia, Spain
LocationVilaller & Vall de Boí (Alta Ribagorça)
Naut Aran (Vall d'Aran)
Catalonia
Parent rangePyrenees
Climbing
First ascentNils de Barck, Marcel & Henri Spont and J.M. Sansuc, 7 August 1899.[1]
Easiest routeFrom Estany de Cavallers

Most main summits of the Besiberri Massif are three-thousanders. The highest point is Comaloforno with an altitude of 3029 metres above sea level. The other main summits are Besiberri Sud (3024 m), Besiberri Nord (3008 m), Besiberri del Mig (2995 m) and Punta Senyalada (2952 m).[2]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Els tresors d'Aigüestortes i Sant Maurici. Pep Coll, Mercè Aniz i Víctor Luengo. Pagès Editors. Lleida 2002.
  2. ^ Mapa Topogràfic de Catalunya - Institut Cartogràfic de Catalunya

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