Elevation (feet): 6,808
Elevation (meters): 2,075
Continent: Europe
Country: Spain
Range/Region: Andalucian Ranges
Latitude: 37.07819
Longitude: -3.48157
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Nearest major airport: Granada
Convenient Center: Granada

Thanks to Roy Lindman for adding this peak.

Trevenque lies at the north west corner of the Sierra Nevada natural park. It has several one- and two thousanders next to it. Mountain has a massive path net, therefore it is very easy to access from towns of Monachil, La Zubia and Dilar. Granada is also nearby. There is a shelter next to parking place, where from one can follow paths up to Trevenque. This at the west side of the mountain.

There is no water available on the mountain itself, but lower down yes and if approached from Dilar. Also, fauna like ibexes and wild pigs can be seen.

Views to Cuerda de la Dehesa are spectacular: tens of tops, also three thousanders.

Trevenque is 2075 m high. From La Zubia one can walk on an old road straight towards south about two hours before reaching the path net.

Trip Reports

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

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  • Log #21641 - by Roy Lindman on Apr 13, 2009
    I started from Monachil, which is nearby Granada. After have walked almost through this tiny town with a river I went over a bridge. Then I continued towards south and went over a bridge again...