Elevation (feet): 9,675
Elevation (meters): 2,949
Continent: Europe
Country: Spain
Range/Region: Pyrenees
Latitude: 42.555736
Longitude: 0.978727
Difficulty: Scramble
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Year first climbed: 1880
First successful climber(s): Gourdon and Courrèges
Nearest major airport: Barcelona
Convenient Center: Poble de Segur

Thanks to Joan C. Bullón for adding this peak.

One of the main summits in the south area of the Aiguestortes national park, in the Catalonian Pyrenees.

Pic de Subenuix is an isolated big mountain of almost 3000 meters height. Easy to climb, but so hard because of the height, unevenness and distance. Then you’ll find few people in the summit or probably nobody.

Very good views from the top, amazing viewpoint. With good visibility you will see all the main mountains of eastern Pyrenees: Turbón, Cotiella, Posets, Aneto-Maladeta, Mauberme, Grand Valier, Pica d’Estats. Splendid views too of closer summits, valleys and lakes.

There are two main ways of ascent:

1) the south way starting from Sallente dam or Colomina hut;

2) the north way from St. Maurici or from the St. Nicolau valley.

Trip Reports

NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name

There is one trip report for Subenuix.

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  • Log #17094 - by Matt Coppock on Feb 28, 2002
    Set off from the beautiful village of Espot.You can drive up to the National Park entrance.From here it was a pleasent walk up to Estany de Sant Maurici,then headed off past many small lakes into the...