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Mulhacén

(mo͞oläthān`) or

Muley-Hacén

(mo͞olā`-äthān`), peak, 11,411 ft (3,478 m) high, Granada prov., Spain; highest point of the Sierra Nevada and of Spain.

Mulhacén

 

a peak in Spain, the highest point on the Iberian Peninsula (3,478 m). It is located in the Andalusian Mountains of the Sierra Nevada. The mountain is composed of schists. On the northern slope is a small avalanche-formed glacier, the southernmost one in Europe.

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Ademas, se encuentran las mayores altitudes de la Peninsula, con el pico Mulhacen de 3.
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Stephen Riddiough walked to a nearby village to get help but rescuers returned to find the bodies in a hole in the snow on the south side of the Mulhacen, the highest peak in the Iberian peninsula.
At 11,414ft, the Mulhacen is more than two-and-a-half times higher than Britain's tallest mountain, Ben Nevis.
He then joined mountain rescue teams who spent 22 hours searching the 11,424ft Mulhacen peak before finding three frozen bodies at 2.
Stephen Riddiough walked to a nearby village to get help, but rescuers returned to find the bodies in a hole in the snow on the south side of the Mulhacen, the highest peak in the Iberian peninsula.
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The aim is to trek to Sierra Nevada and climb the lunar landscape of mainland Spain's highest mountains, Mulhacen, more than 3,500m, in 72 hours.
As Pogson lay on the floor, Mulhacen galloped over him before falling.