|Elevation||3,143 m (10,312 ft)|
|Prominence||1,277 m (4,190 ft)|
|Location||Pallars Sobirà, Spain
|First ascent||1864 by Henry Russell and Jean-Jacques Denjean|
Pica d'Estats (Catalan and Spanish: Pica d'Estats, French: Pic d'Estats) is a 3,143-metre (10,312 ft) high mountain in the Montcalm Massif, Pyrenees. on the Spanish–French border, and is the highest mountain in Catalonia.
This mountain is included in the Parc Natural de l'Alt Pirineu.
- Central peak (3,143 m)
- Western peak, or Pic de Verdaguer, (3,131 m)
- Eastern peak, or Punta Gabarró, (3,115 m)
This eastern peak is the geodesic vertex. The ridge runs north-northwest to southeast along the Spanish–French border.