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Revered by the Catalans, the Canigou was long held to be the highest peak in the Pyrenees. It can be seen from the peaks of the Corbières, Conflent, Cerdagne, the Perpignan plain and even the beaches of Roussillon! At an altitude of 2 784m, it commands a stunning view of Roussillon, the Mediterranean coast, Catalonia and the successive mountain chains of the Eastern Pyrenees, of which it may be said to have become the emblem. A cross and a ruined stone hut stand on its summit.

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    • Language: fra
    • Position : Alone

    Pros

    Montée depuis le versant ouest longue mais accessible. Vue magnifique, endroit propre. Promeneurs très agréables. Possibilité de continuer la promenade et de redescendre par un endroit différent du chemin de la montée.

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    Quelques risques sur les plaques de Neige qui fond parfois tardivement. Accès au Canigou du versant Est reservée à des personnes entraînées. Risque de vent très important au sommet.

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