Pic de Finestrelles

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Pic de Finestrelles
Pic de Finestrelles.jpg
Highest point
Elevation2,826 m (9,272 ft)
Coordinates42°24′52.03″N 2°08′0.726″E / 42.4144528°N 2.13353500°E / 42.4144528; 2.13353500Coordinates: 42°24′52.03″N 2°08′0.726″E / 42.4144528°N 2.13353500°E / 42.4144528; 2.13353500
Pic de Finestrelles is located in Pyrenees
Pic de Finestrelles
Pic de Finestrelles
Location in the Pyrenees
LocationQueralbs (Ripollès)
Eina and Llo (Alta Cerdanya), Catalonia,Spain
Parent rangePyrenees
First ascentUnknown
Easiest routeFrom Ulldeter or Vall de Núria

Pic de Finestrelles is a mountain located in the Oriental Pyrenees, on the border of France and Spain. It has an altitude of 2,826 metres (9,272 ft) above sea level.[1]

This peak is notable for being the mountain from which the world record for the most distant photographed landscape on Earth was taken. The view included the Massif of Ecrins (French Alps). The mountains were photographed at dawn on 16 July 2016 by Marc Bret. The furthest point in the shot was Pic Gaspard, 443km away. Bret used a Panasonic Lumix FZ72 with 1200mm zoom.[2]

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  1. ^ "Mapa Topogràfic de Catalunya". Institut Cartogràfic de Catalunya. Retrieved May 22, 2010..
  2. ^ "443 KM Finestrelles, Pyrenees – Pic Gaspard, Alps". Beyond Horizons blog. 24 July 2020.