List of Pyrenean Three-thousanders

This list contains all of the Pyrenean three-thousanders, i.e. the 129 summits of 3,000 metres (9,843 ft) or more above sea level in the Pyrenees in France and Spain as defined by a UIAA-sponsored joint Franco-Spanish team led by Juan Buyse.[1] Their list, published in 1990, contains 83 secondary summits in addition to the 129 principal ones, and divides the range into 11 zones.

Zone 1 : Balaïtous-Enfer-Argualas

Balaïtous 3144 m
Enfer central 3083 m
Enfer oriental 3076 m
Enfer occidental 3073 m
Frondella NE 3071 m
Garmo negro 3051 m
Argualas 3046 m
Algas 3036 m
Arnales 3006 m
Grande Fache 3005 m
Frondella SW 3001 m

Zone 2 : Vignemale

Pique longue 3298 m
Clot de la Hount 3289 m
Cerbillona 3247 m
Pic central 3235 m
Montferrat 3219 m
Pointe Chausenque 3204 m
Piton Carre 3197 m
Grand Tapou 3150 m
PIC DU MILIEU 3130 m
Petit Vignemale 3032 m

Zone 3 : Monte Perdido

Monte Perdido 3355 m
Cilindro de Marboré 3328 m
Soum de Ramond 3258 m
Pic du Marboré 3248 m
Pic de la cascade oriental 3161 m
Pic du Taillon 3144 m
Pic Brulle ou Pic de la cascade central 3106 m
Pic de la cascade occidental 3095 m
Épaule du Marboré 3073 m
Astazou Oriental ou Grand Astazou 3071 m
Baudrimont NW 3045 m
Gabietou occidental 3034 m
Gabietou oriental 3031 m
Baudrimont SE 3026 m
Astazou occidental ou Petit Astazou 3012 m
Tour du Marboré 3009 m
Casque du Marboré 3006 m
Punta de las Olas 3002 m

Zone 4 : La Munia

Pic de la Munia 3133 m
Serre Mourene 3090 m
Troumouse 3085 m
Heid 3022 m
Robiñera 3003 m

Zone 5 : Néouvielle-Pic Long

Pic Long 3192 m
Campbieil 3173 m
Badet 3160 m
Pic de Néouvielle 3091 m
Maou 3074 m
Maubic 3058 m
Trois Conseillers 3039 m
Turon de Neouvielle 3035 m
Bugarret 3031 m
Pale Crabounouse 3021 m
Dent d’Estibere 3017 m
Pic Ramougn 3011 m
Estaragne 3006 m

Zone 6 : Batoua-Batchimale

Pic Schrader 3177 m
Punta del Sabre 3136 m
Pointe Ledormeur 3120 m
Pic Marcos Feliu 3067 m
Batoua SW 3034 m
Abeille 3029 m
Pic de la Pez 3024 m
Lustou 3023 m
PIC DU PORT DE LA PEZ 3018 m

Zone 7 : Posets-Eristé

Posets peak 3375 m
Espadas 3332 m
Les Jumeaux Ravier 3160 m
Les Veterans 3125 m
Pavots 3121 m
Dent de Llardana 3085 m
Bardamina 3079 m
Pic de la Paul 3078 m
GRAND ERISTE 3053 m
ERISTE S 3045 m
Beraldi 3025 m
TURETS NW 3007 m

Zone 8 : Clarabide-Perdiguero-Boum

Perdiguero 3222 m
PUNTA DE LLITEROLA 3132 m
PIC DES GOURGS BLANCS 3129 m
Pic Royo 3121 m
CRABIOULES ORIENTAL 3116 m
Seil Dera Baquo 3110 m
Pic de Maupas 3109 m
Pic Lezat 3107 m
CRABIOULES OCCIDENTAL 3106 m
Pic Jean Arlaud 3065 m
Pic des Spijeoles 3065 m
Grand Quayrat 3060 m
PIC DU PORTILLON D’OÔ 3050 m
Pic Camboue 3043 m
Pic Gourdon 3034 m
PIC DE CLARABIDE 3020 m
Pic de Gias 3011 m
Pic Belloc 3008 m
Pic de Boum 3006 m
Pic de Saint Saud 3003 m

Zone 9 : Maladeta-Aneto

Aneto 3404 m
Pointe d'Astorg 3355 m
Pic maudit 3350 m
EPAULE DE L’ANETO 3350 m
Pico del Medio 3346 m
La Maladeta 3308 m
Pico de Coronas 3293 m
PIC DES TEMPÊTES 3290 m
1er PIC OCCIDENTAL MALADETA 3254 m
PIC MARGALIDA 3241 m
2e PIC OCCIDENTAL MALADETA 3220 m
Pic Russell 3205 m
3e PIC OCCIDENTAL MALADETA 3185 m
Pic le Bondidier 3185 m
Diente de Alba 3136 m
Pico de Alba 3118 m
Pic de Vallibierna 3067 m
Tuca de Culebras 3062 m
PIC ARAGÜELLS 3037 m
Tuc de Mulleres 3010 m

Zone 10 : Besiberris

Besiberri Nord 3014 m
Punta Alta 3014 m
Pic Celestin Passet 3002 m
Comaloforno 3033 m
Besiberri Sud 3030 m
Besiberri del Mig S 3003 m
Besiberri del Mig N 3002 m

Zone 11 : Estats-Montcalm

Pic d'Estats 3143 m
Pic Verdaguer 3131 m
Pic du Port de Sullo 3072 m
Pic de Montcalm 3077 m

See also

References

External links

  • All of the summits – including secondary summits – contained in the Buyse list (in French)

Bibliography

  • Tony Milne, 10 Manuels and a Manolete: A Carpark-to-Peak Guide to the High Pyrenees, Handmaid Books, 2013
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