The Picos de Europa, one of Europe's last mountain wilderness areas, are the high point of a long ridge of mountains which runs along the north coast of Spain, the Cordillera Cantabrica. Rising to 2648m (about 8700ft), the Picos are divided into three spectacular limestone massifs separated from one another, and from the surrounding ranges, by precipitous gorges - a truly spectacular area in which to walk or tour.
- 19 long and short walks for all ages and abilities
- 6 easy walks especially suitable for motorists
- 1:50,000 topo maps with waypoints
- free downloadable GPS tracks
- satnav guidance to walk starting points for motorists
- car touring itineraries and fold-out touring map
- strolls to idyllic picnic spots
- public transport timetables
- online update service for the latest information
This guide covers the entire range (all three massifs): Urrieles (central Picos), Cornión (western Picos), and Ándara (eastern Picos).
It contains a wealth of information about the dazzling array of plant and animal life you can expect to see when exploring the range. The author, an all-round naturalist, has been living and guiding walking tours in the Picos de Europa for almost 30 years. Together with Mike Lockwood, she has also written Sunflower's guide to the Costa Brava.
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