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Location address: España, Guipúzcoa
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Aizkorri or Aitzgorri (pronounced [aisˈkori], meaning in Basque ‘bare stone’, literally ‘red stone’) is a massif, the highest one of the Basque Autonomous Community (Spain) with 1,551 m AMSL at its highest point (peak Aitxuri, meaning ‘white stone’). The massif is formed by a crest of limestone summits aligned north-west to south-east all in a row at the south of the province of Gipuzkoa, namely Artzanburu, Andreaitz, Arbelaitz (1,513 m), Iraule (1,511 m), Aitxuri, Aketegi (1,549 m) and Aizkorri (1,528 m). Despite its slightly lower height, this summit is the most popular one. The Aizkorri massif is one of most conspicuous geological formations on the Basque Mountains range.