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Tiatordos
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Tiatordos (Eastern Asturias)
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Climb 3,30 h.
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Access

Pendones is located about 1 km from the turning to La Ponteciella, some 7 km from Campo de Caso on the AS-17 Avilés-Puerto de Tarna road.

Layout of the route

The route to this summit known as the "Perfect Mountain" starts out from Pendones

Summary Tiatordos

The route to this summit known as the "Perfect Mountain" starts out from Pendones. Tiatordos is located in a wild setting, with a majestic east face and amazing views from its summit. The most frequented climb runs along a mountain track with a bridge. After passing a turning on the left and crossing the second bridge, take the left fork following the course of the River Falla. At the next crossroads, turn right up a small slope towards Palombar (1,100 m). Continue along the narrow Foz de Palombar gorge up a steep path, after which you reach the old Pláganu mountain meadow (1,300 m). There are remains of old stone huts on the flat area, which you leave behind to continue the climb through a dense beech wood. You then come to the Xeruz spring. Continue the climb up to 1,540 m, reaching Tiatordos mountain meadow, where several herders' huts stand. You will see the outlines of neighbouring peaks in the distance: Maciédome, Campigüeños, La Carasca, La Senda, etc.

After a break by the spring, continue the climb to the summit via any of the rocky couloirs to the foot of the impressive sheer drop of what is known as the Copa de Tiatordos, formed by a vertical face with a sheer drop of over 500 m. Finally, you can enjoy the spectacular panoramic views offered by this summit.

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Description Pendones - Tiatordos

The route to this summit known as the "Perfect Mountain" starts out from Pendones. Tiatordos is located in a wild setting, with a majestic east face and amazing views from its summit. The most frequented climb runs along a mountain track with a bridge. After passing a turning on the left and crossing the second bridge, take the left fork following the course of the River Falla. At the next crossroads, turn right up a small slope towards Palombar (1,100 m). Continue along the narrow Foz de Palombar gorge up a steep path, after which you reach the old Pláganu mountain meadow (1,300 m). There are remains of old stone huts on the flat area, which you leave behind to continue the climb through a dense beech wood. You then come to the Xeruz spring. Continue the climb up to 1,540 m, reaching Tiatordos mountain meadow, where several herders' huts stand. You will see the outlines of neighbouring peaks in the distance: Maciédome, Campigüeños, La Carasca, La Senda, etc.

After a break by the spring, continue the climb to the summit via any of the rocky couloirs to the foot of the impressive sheer drop of what is known as the Copa de Tiatordos, formed by a vertical face with a sheer drop of over 500 m. Finally, you can enjoy the spectacular panoramic views offered by this summit.