Cilindro De Marbore
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Cilindro De Marbore
Cilindro de Marboré
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northern side of the Pico Cilindro in Winter
Highest point
Elevation3,328 m (10,919 ft)
Prominence251 metres (823 ft)
ListingList of mountains in Aragon
Coordinates42°41?5?N 0°01?26?E / 42.68472°N 0.02389°E / 42.68472; 0.02389Coordinates: 42°41?5?N 0°01?26?E / 42.68472°N 0.02389°E / 42.68472; 0.02389
Geography
Cilindro de Marboré is located in Pyrenees
Cilindro de Marboré
Cilindro de Marboré
Location in the Pyrenees
LocationHuesca, Spain
Parent rangePyrenees
Geology
Mountain typeLimestone
Climbing
First ascent1864 by Henry Russell and Hippolyte Passet
Easiest routerock scramble, II

Cilindro de Marboré (3,328 m) (also known as Pico Cilindro and Pic du Cylindre) is a mountain in the Monte Perdido massif in the Pyrenees.

It is one of the three mountains comprising Las Tres Sorores (the three sisters), the others being Monte Perdido (3,355 m) and Soum de Ramond (3,263 m).

The Prime Meridian crosses Cilindro de Marboré.

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