Soum de Ramond
|Soum de Ramond / Pico de Añisclo|
|Elevation||3,263 m (10,705 ft)|
|Prominence||88 metres (289 ft)|
|Listing||List of mountains in Aragon|
|Easiest route||F, from the Añisclo col|
Soum de Ramond, also known as Pico de Añisclo in Spanish and Aragonese, is a mountain of 3,263 metres in the Monte Perdido massif in the Aragonese Pyrenees in northern Spain. It is one of the three mountains comprising Las Tres Sorores, the others being Monte Perdido (3,355 m) and Cilindro de Marboré (3,328 m).
The mountain lies between the Ordesa Valley, the Añisclo Canyon and the Pineta Valley, inside the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park. The Aragonese name "Pico Anyisclo" originates from the eponymous valley in the Aragonese Pyrenees. Later on, the mountain was named "Soum de Ramond" after Louis Ramond de Carbonnières, the French politician, geologist and botanist.
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- "Añisclo, a Canyon of the Pyrenees", at altoaragon.org, retrieved 2013-08-20 (in English)
- "El Pico de Añisclo, Pirineos de Huesca, Aragon Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido" at picoseuropa.net, retrieved 2013-08-20 (in Spanish)
- Map of the Pico de Añisclo area pirineos3000.com, retrieved 2013-08-20
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