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Sierra de Aitana

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We followed a gradually rising track high on the mountain.........

.........with views across to Sierra de Aixorta.

The track passes a series of ice holes (or neveras) which were built by the Moors

Arriving at our lunch spot below one of the higher cliffs; this gave us the chance to take the scramble route on the extreme right of this photo

A closer view of the route (Beryl seems to be wondering whether this is wise)

Getting to grips with some rock

Having completed the rock squeeze, Jim (our guide) crosses the final ledge

Looking across to the true summit (access denied by the Spanish Air Force) Note the wind hole to the right

The wind hole through my zoom lens; we'd been aiming at it all morning

Another dreadful picture of me in silly hat and sunglasses

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