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Pico Zorro Peak
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Pico Zorro Peak (Eastern Asturias)
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Climb 7 h. 30 min.
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Access

San Juan de Beleño, heading towards Viego.

Layout of the route

This route begins in Les Bedules, which you can get to by car from San Juan de Beleño, heading towards Viego

Summary Pico Zorro Peak

This route begins in Les Bedules, which you can get to by car from San Juan de Beleño, heading towards Viego. From this area you can see mountains such as Tiatordos, Recuencu, Peña Sueves, etc.

The route begins along a path leading to an area called Los Biforcos which skirts Prau Toro meadow on the way to Les Foyaques to finally reach Les Llampes (1,300 m), where there are some stone huts in ruins. The trail continues through a high mountain meadow towards Recuencu Peak.

You traverse a wood along a well-marked path until reaching Collado Pomerín col (1,512 m), which offers good views. From there, you can see the summits of two peaks: El Luengo and El Zorro.

You then pass through another beech wood to head into El Antiguo Valley. From there, the trail heads uphill towards Sus Pass via Las Fuentes mountain meadow, where you can get water. It then only remains to follow the ridge to the summit of El Zorro Peak.

The view from this peak takes in most of the Cantabrian Mountains, Picos de Europa, the Ponga valleys with their magnificent woods, in addition to the mountains of León.

The return trip is along the same path.

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Description Les Bedules - Pico Zorro

This route begins in Les Bedules, which you can get to by car from San Juan de Beleño, heading towards Viego. From this area you can see mountains such as Tiatordos, Recuencu, Peña Sueves, etc.

The route begins along a path leading to an area called Los Biforcos which skirts Prau Toro meadow on the way to Les Foyaques to finally reach Les Llampes (1,300 m), where there are some stone huts in ruins. The trail continues through a high mountain meadow towards Recuencu Peak.

You traverse a wood along a well-marked path until reaching Collado Pomerín col (1,512 m), which offers good views. From there, you can see the summits of two peaks: El Luengo and El Zorro.

You then pass through another beech wood to head into El Antiguo Valley. From there, the trail heads uphill towards Sus Pass via Las Fuentes mountain meadow, where you can get water. It then only remains to follow the ridge to the summit of El Zorro Peak.

The view from this peak takes in most of the Cantabrian Mountains, Picos de Europa, the Ponga valleys with their magnificent woods, in addition to the mountains of León.

The return trip is along the same path.