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Climbing Mulhacén (3,482m) in the winter, 2-day Guided ascent in the Sierra Nevada

Climbing Mulhacén (3,482m) in the winter, 2-day Guided ascent in the Sierra Nevada | Spain

Climbing Mulhacen in winter is a unique experience you will never forget. Join one of the certified guides at Sendero Sur Aventura and discover this stunning peak in the Sierra Nevada range in Spain.

Private and Group

Sierra Nevada

2 Days

Jan - Apr, Dec

Fit

Intermediate


Highlights

* Enjoy climbing Mulhacen in winter on a unique mountaineering challenge.

* Discover an emblematic peak of the Sierra Nevada range.

* Practice progression with crampons and ice axe with a certified guide.

Description

Climbing Mulhacen, the highest peak in western Europe outside the Alps, is a must for all mountaineers.  It becomes a doubly thrilling challenge in winter. Would you like to try? Then join us on this unique 2-day program in the Sierra Nevada range.

At 3,478.6 m, Mulhacen is the highest peak in western Europe outside the Alps. Climbing Mulhacen is a must for mountaineers and hiking enthusiasts. On this thrilling winter ascent, we will get to practice progression with crampons and ice ax and enjoy the amazing winterscapes of this breathtaking peak.

This trip is open to participants of all levels with some prior mountaineering experience, however, a good fitness level is a must. In total, we will cover a distance of 23km. Of course, we will be there to help and guide you on the way. You can find a detailed program below.

Climbing Mulhacen in winter is a unique experience you will never forget, are you ready for it? Then book your place now and start planning your adventure!

Or, if you are looking for a summer adventure, you can also join us on this 3-day “Integral de Sierra Nevada trek”.

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Helmet

- Crampons

- Ice axe

Price details

Price also includes and accident and civil liability insurance. Prices are for groups of minimum 6 people, if your group is smaller, please check with us.


Itinerary

Day 1: Day 1

  • 9 o’clock. Meeting in Capileira and breakfast.

  • 10:00. Departure. (from Capileira or Central de la Cebadilla according to conditions).

  • 2:00 p.m. Arrival at Poqueira Refuge (approximate time).

  • 4:00 p.m. ice-axe practice.

20:30 Dinner.

Day 2: Day 2

  • 7:00 Breakfast.

  • 8:00 Departure.

  • 2:00 p.m. Lunch at the shelter (approximate time).

  • 3:00 p.m. Departure to Capileira (approximate time).

  • 18:00. Arrival (to Capileira or Central de la Cebadilla according to conditions).

 

Equipment you will need to bring

Waterproof gloves, hat, neck warmer / Thin warm gloves / Thermal T-shirt / Fleece or similar jacket / Waterproof jacket or windbreaker with hood (GoreTex or softshell type) / Goretex pants or winter trekking pants / Tights / Mountain boots with waterproof membrane. (semi-rigid recommended) / Leggings / Sunglasses category 4 / Blizzard or ski goggles / Sunscreen factor 50 and lip protection / Headlamp / Backpack with piolet holder and sidebands (recommended size between 30-45 liters) / Sack sleep thin or sack sheet. (If you don't have one, you can buy disposable sheets at the shelter for € 3) / Pair of telescopic trekking poles / Bottle of water and lunch food during the route.


About the guide

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Sendero

4.80

(39)

Tour Operator

We are a team of guides, and we organize different types of guided tours: hiking, mountaineering, caving, paragliding, rafting, via ferrata, kayaking, horse back riding, cycling, hot air ballooning and canyoning.

We offer guided tours in the Torcal de Antequera, Los Dolmenes and the Caminito del Rey among others.

We also have a climbing school for kids.

Let’s get on an adventure together! Be in touch with us.

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What people are saying about this trip

Lidia

5.00

Great trip, I had the pleasure to meet such nice people including our guide, stayed at a mountain hut which had an amazing atmosphere and smell of some awesome traditional food! Even though in the sleeping area wasn't warm, I had a very good night sleep (with my ''best friend'' = earplugs). It was one of the best guided trips in my life!


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