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Pic de Médécourbe

Pic de Médécourbe
Pic de Medacorba
The Vicdessos valley looking towards Pic de Médécourbe and Col de Bareytes (2859m) in the background
Elevation 2,914 m (9,560 ft)[1]
Pic de Médécourbe
Location on the Andorra–France–Spain tripoint
Location AndorraFranceSpain border
Range Pyrenees

42°36′07″N 01°26′32″E / 42.60194°N 1.44222°E / 42.60194; 1.44222Coordinates: 42°36′07″N 01°26′32″E / 42.60194°N 1.44222°E / 42.60194; 1.44222

Pic de Médécourbe (Catalan: Pic de Medacorba) is a mountain in Europe that sits on the western tripoint boundary of Andorra, France and Spain. It is 2,914 metres (9,560 ft) tall. It overlooks Étang de Soulcem, a large artificial lake used for hydroelectricity, and the Vicdessos valley.[1]

There is also an eastern tripoint of Andorra, France, and Spain approximately 6 km south of Pas de la Casa.[1]


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