|Best months for climbing:||Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct|
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Comapedrosa is the highest peak in Andorra, situated very near of the frontier with Catalonia. It has two major routes of ascent: from Coma Pedrosa and from Pla de L'estany. Very recommended to ascent by one and descend by the other. It has a magnificent view of a part of the Pyrenees, including aneto, pica d'estats, carlit, ... It is very recommended to climb it in winter in skis. Its north side has some easy "couloirs" to climb.
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NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 7 trip reports for Coma Pedrosa.
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- Log #22356 - by Matt Coppock on Oct 21, 2012Set off from Arinsal, thru the woods which is a delightful walk, especially in autumn with all the colours of the trees changing. The route is very easier to follow, with markers on the rocks all...
- Log #22125 - by Adam Majchrzak on Jan 14, 2011beautiful ragged mountain - i believe it's the highest in Andorra not difficult scramble unless u do a small detour and finally climb from a 'wrong' side of the peak :) fantastic vista over the...
- Log #22058 - by Christian Rodriguez on Aug 26, 201011 days hiking and climinb GRP + GR 11 + GR 7 + Comma Pedrosa... 4 hours to the summit great and nice hike.
- Log #16620 - by Steve Smith on June 24, 2004I started on the normal route at 07:00 from Arinsal and reached the summit at 10:45. There was still a lot of snow, and crampons were a help on north facing slopes. I descended through deep soft snow...
- Log #16621 - by Peter Blokker on Feb 10, 2004It was mid-winter when ik climbed from Arinsal to the summit, but the sun almost set the glaciers on fire. It was a long trip on my snowshoes but it was worth it, the clear sky offered a beautiful...
- Log #16622 - by michael bridge on July 20, 2003a superb climb that is best made from arinsal.the veiws west are magnificent and a walk along the shores of lke negre are recomended as the best descent from the summit, espeically ain the last of...
- Log #16623 - by Anders Stavhag on Dec 22, 2002Fantastic view from the top and the way up there! Arrived at 03.30AM and the beautifule sunraise gave nearly a religius feeling! I will come back one day!