Climbing to Tambaron mountain
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Climbing to Tambaron mountain

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View from the way to Tambaron mountain, via Fasgar and Urdiales. You can see the portillin and the cueto Montrondo among others. West of the mountain Tambaron you can also see the Sil basin.

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