Sierra de Javalambre

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Sierra de Javalambre
Sierra de Javalambre rising above Pina
Highest point
Elevation 2,020 m (6,630 ft)
Listing Mountains of Aragon, List of mountains in the Valencian Community
Coordinates 40°5′49.7″N 1°1′29″W / 40.097139°N 1.02472°W / 40.097139; -1.02472Coordinates: 40°5′49.7″N 1°1′29″W / 40.097139°N 1.02472°W / 40.097139; -1.02472
Sierra de Javalambre is located in Spain
Sierra de Javalambre
Sierra de Javalambre

Gúdar-Javalambre, Aragon

Rincón de Ademuz and Serrans, Valencian Community
Parent range Iberian System, Eastern zone
Mountain type Karstic (Jurassic)
Easiest route From the towns of La Puebla de Valverde, Ademuz or Riodeva
Snowboarders in Javalambre

Sierra de Javalambre (Aragonese: Sierra de Chabalambre)[1] is a 29 km (18 mi) long mountain range in the Gúdar-Javalambre comarca of Aragon and the Rincón de Ademuz and Serrans comarcas of the Valencian Community, Spain.

Highway N-234 winds its way between Sierra de Javalambre and Serra d'Espadà reaching the coast at Sagunto and the Autopista AP-7.


This mountain range is located at the eastern end of the Iberian System and the Sierra del Toro its ESE prolongation. Its highest point is Javalambre (2,020 m).

Its summits are usually covered in snow in the winter and the 1,839 m high Cerro Calderón or Alto de las Barracas is the highest peak of the Land of Valencia. Aramón Javalambre is a small ski resort in the range with 12.2 km of ski trails.[2]

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  1. ^ Ignacio de Asso, Historia de la Economía Política de Aragón, 1798
  2. ^ Aramón Javalambre

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