Climbing Mulhacen

The roof of the Iberian Peninsula

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Although in the past you could ascend with vehicles, today you can only climb on foot, on horseback or even by bicycle (through its southern slope). The climbing trip to Mulhacen does not require technical difficulty, but you should keep in mind that an altitude change of 4,000 meters in just two days can be a very exhausting itinerary, unless you have an adequate physical condition.




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The best time to ascend the Mulhacen is in summer, due to the absence of snow on most of the route. The weather is usually stable, although you have to be careful with gusts of wind that can make the climb difficult.










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