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Pico Madejuno (2513 mt) guided ascent

Come with Fran, an AEGM-UIMLA-certified guide, on this Pico Madejuno (2535 meters) guided ascent in Picos de Europa National Park!


Cantabrian Mountains


1 Day


Jun - Sep






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Based on 1 reviews


Join me on this one-day Pico Madejuno (2513 meters) guided ascent in Picos de Europa National Park!

Located in the Principality of Asturias, in the Cantabrian Mountains, Pico Madejuno is one of the many amazing peaks that can be found in this climber’s paradise. Our meeting point will be in the municipality of Fuente Dé, one of the most important tourist destinations in Cantabria.

In 1955, Pedro Udaondo together with other three Spanish climbers managed to reach the summit of this beautiful mountain. My proposal is to  safely guide you to the top of Pico Madejuno by following the same route.

With a maximum grade of III+, our adventure won’t be too challenging but keep in mind that this ascent is definitely not for beginners and all participants must be in great physical condition. 

If you want to join me on this guided one-day ascent, request to book this trip!

If you wish to join me on another adventure in Picos de Europa National Park, you can check out this Pico Cabrones (2553 meters) guided ascent.

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Personal insurance

Secure your spot with just 25% payment

48-hour free cancellation with 30-day advance booking


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Necessary material:

Medium backpack 40L Clothing and footwear suitable for activity and weather conditions Harness and helmet (if you do not have it, we'll give it to you) Sunscreen, face and lips Front headlight and replacement batteries Personal first-aid kit Canteen and food for the day

Meeting point

Fuente Dé (1.850 m)

About the guide: Picos A Vista

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Picos A Vista



Mountain Leader

AEGM-UIMLA Guide from Spain

I did my first steps as a mountaineer as a teenager in Madrid. But the desire to enjoy all the possibilities given by the mountains convinced me to move to Benasque valley, at the heart of the Pyrenees.

Along the years I did several winter and summer activities not only in the Pyrenees, but also in Picos de Europa, Sierra Nevada, Sistema Central...

One of my passions is to travel and discover new places and cultures, so I did climbing trips to other European countries, USA, Canada, Morocco, India, Nepal, Kirguistán... This trips gave me a priceless experience that made me grow as a climber, and set the stone to my formation as professional mountain guide.

I now live in Cantabria, and usually guide both in summer and winter in the Cantabrian range.



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What people are saying about this trip



My guide, Fran, was top-notch. Super friendly and really knew his stuff. He was fantastic at tailoring our climb based on my expectations and what I could handle and - he nailed it. Also, he communicated in English really well. On the second day we chatted away like old friends. I had an awesome time and would absolutely recommend him to anyone looking for a personalised climbing experience.

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