Climb Mulhacen is the highest mountain in Spain and the whole Iberian Peninsula (3478m above the sea level). It is located in the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the region of provinces of Granada and Almería. On the northern slope of Climb Mulhacen you can see the southernmost glacier in Europe.
You can hike Climb Mulhacen in a single day from the villages of Capileira or Trevélez, but it is recommended to stay for a night either at the mountain refuge at Poqueira, or in the bare shelter at Caldera to the west.
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