Sierra de Gúdar

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Sierra de Gúdar
Cabezo de las Cruces.JPG
The Cabezo de las Cruces peak, located at the border between Aragón and the Valencian Community.
Highest point
Elevation 2,019 m (6,624 ft)
Listing Mountains of Aragon, List of mountains in the Valencian Community
Coordinates 40°22′25″N 0°37′56″W / 40.37361°N 0.63222°W / 40.37361; -0.63222Coordinates: 40°22′25″N 0°37′56″W / 40.37361°N 0.63222°W / 40.37361; -0.63222
Geography
Sierra de Gúdar is located in Spain
Sierra de Gúdar
Sierra de Gúdar
Spain
Location

Gúdar-Javalambre, Maestrazgo, Aragon

Alto Mijares, Valencian Community
Parent range Iberian System, Eastern zone
Geology
Mountain type Limestone (Post-Miocene)
Climbing
Easiest route From the towns of Valdelinares, Rubielos de Mora, Linares de Mora or Mosqueruela

Sierra de Gúdar is a mountain range in the Gúdar-Javalambre and Maestrazgo comarcas of Aragon and the Alto Mijares comarca of the Valencian Community, Spain. The highest point in the range is Peñarroya (2,019 m).[1]

Geography[edit]

This mountain range is located at the eastern end of the Iberian System and the Sierra de Nogueruelas is its easternmost prolongation. The Sierra Mayabona is another subrange of the Sierra de Gúdar.

Its summits are usually covered in snow in the winter and the 1710 m high Cabezo de las Cruces is one of the highest peaks of the Land of Valencia.

Mora de Rubielos is the most important town in this mountainous zone. The range is named after the town of Gúdar. Valdelinares, also a village in the area, is the highest town in Aragon.[2]

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