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Undoubtedly the best walking and hiking maps of the Picos de Europa are made by Adrados Editions. With extraordinary attention to cartographic detail and an indepth knowledge of these mountains, Miguel Adrados has made the only maps we recommend you should use when out in the Picos. Here we've tracked down the best priced online deals. Just click on the link provided for the map you'd like to buy.
Adrados' 1:25 000 map of the Central and Eastern Massifs of the Picos de Europa (Los Urrieles y Ándara). A double-sided map with a pictorial 3-D image and index of peaks on one side and detailed map on the other. Included here are the highest peaks of the Picos (14 above 2,600m), the area around the cable car at Fuente De and the most famous mountain, Urriello or Naranjo de Bulnes. Just on the map is the Cares gorge.
Adrados' 1:25 000 map of the Western Massif (El Cornión) of the Picos de Europa is in the same format with a pictorial 3-D image and index of peaks on one side and the detailed map on the other. This is the largest, in extension, of the three massifs, bordered by the rivers Sella, Dobra and Cares. It includes the lakes above Covadonga, Lagos Ercina and Enol.
The latest in the same series, the map of Fuente Carrionas y Fuente Cobre Natural Park covers the central part, and highest peaks, of the Cantabrian mountains, Cordillera Cantábrica. The main part of the map is scaled 1:50 000. On the back is a more detailed 1:25 000 map of the massif with the highest peak, Peña Prieta, 2,539m.
Adrados' Picos de Europa and Eastern Asturias 1:80 000 map. An excellent road touring map for the whole of the Picos reaching as far east as the magnificently named Ponga mountains.
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