Pedraforca is a mountain in the Pre-Pyrenees, located in the comarca of Berguedà. The mountain's rare form, along with the fact that it is not visibly connected to any other adjacent mountains or ridges, has made it one of the most famous and emblematic mountains in Catalonia, the northeasternmost region Spain.
The mountain has a peculiar shape, composed of two parallel ridges joined by a neck . The upper ridge, named Pollegó Superior, has an elevation of 2,506.4 m while the secondary peak, el Calderer is 2,496.4 m high. The ridge below, Pollegó Inferior is 2,444.8 m tall, while Enforcadura's highest point lies at 2,356.2 m.
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