A view of Peña Trevinca
|Elevation||2,127 m (6,978 ft)|
|Location||Galicia & Castile and León|
|Parent range||Galician Massif|
|Easiest route||From Sobradelo or A Veiga on the Galician side, or from Puebla de Sanabria on the Leonese side|
Peña Trevinca (Galician: Pena Trevinca), also known as Trevinca, is a mountain in northern Spain. It is located at the confluence of the Montes de León and the Macizo Galaico on the boundary between the autonomous communities of Galicia and Castile and León. It is the highest mountain in Galicia and in the province of Zamora.
The mountain has a 22,510 ha bird-life Special Protection Area.