Castro Valnera
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Castro Valnera
Castru Valnera
Castro Valnera desde el Bernacho.jpg
Castru Valnera peak in 2017
Highest point
Elevation1,718 m (5,636 ft)
Geography
LocationCantabria, Spain
Parent rangeMontes de Lunada
Topo map
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Castru Valnera[1] (Cantabrian) or Castro Valnera (Spanish) is a peak located in the central area of the Cantabrian Mountains, in Burgos, northern Spain. It is around it that the whole Pas valley revolves, and also the source of the Miera River, between the Portillo de Lunada and Estacas de Trueba passes.

Castru in Cantabrian refers to an abrupt rocky peak.

References

  1. ^ Penny, Ralph (1969). "5/1". El habla Pasiega: Ensayo de Dialectología Montañesa (in Spanish) (1st ed.). Tamesis Books Limited. p. 204. ISBN 978-0-900411-05-2. §204 San Roque de Riomiera: "[...] Montañas: Bernachu, el Castru Valnera, Cubulruyu, [...]"

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Coordinates: 43°09?02?N 3°39?10?W / 43.15056°N 3.65278°W / 43.15056; -3.65278


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