Carlit

Carlit
Carlit

The Carlit forms part of the macizo granítico of Capcir, that finds dotted by 27 lakes and small lakes in the region of Languedoc-Rosellón, northwest of Font-Romeu. His peak situates to 2.921 metres, allowing observe an immense panorama (from the Canigou until the Central Pyrenees).

The Carlit is the highest mountain of all the Cerdanya (so much of the Catalan part as of the French) and of the oriental Pyrenees. It is situated in the designated Alta Cerdanya (France) and his height is of 2.921 m. His slopes possess the second main concentration of glacial lakes of all the Pyrenean saw, so alone surpassed by the impressive National Park of Aigüestortes in the province of Lleida.

Logically, it results very visited. At the end of a year possibly step so many people his peak as in the Aneto, the Stray Mountain or the Pike d'Estats. By this reason, his ascensión in the summer turns into a procession.

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France 1 15 Km. 900 m. 900 m. Alta Recorrido de Ida y Vuelta
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900 m. 900 m. Alta Recorrido de Ida y Vuelta