Roca Entravessada

Roca Entravessada
Coma Pedrosa summit
Elevation 2,928 m (9,606 ft)
Roca Entravessada
Pallars Sobirà, Andorra
Range Pyrenees

42°35′54″N 01°26′31″E / 42.59833°N 1.44194°E / 42.59833; 1.44194Coordinates: 42°35′54″N 01°26′31″E / 42.59833°N 1.44194°E / 42.59833; 1.44194

First ascent Unknown
Easiest route From Alins or La Massana

Roca Entravessada is a mountain of Catalonia. Located in the Pyrenees, at the border between Spain and Andorra, it has an altitude of 2928 metres above sea level.[1]

The name of the mountain means "Rock Askew" in the Catalan language. One of the routes to reach it passes by the Estanys Forcats from Arinsal, Andorra.

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  • Information (Spanish)
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