Sant Roc, also known as Sant Roc d'Amer, Sant Roc de la Barroca and Grony, is a mountain of the Catalan Transversal Range, Catalonia, Spain. It has an elevation of 591 metres above sea level. It is part of the range that separates the Llémena River and the Brugent river valleys and is located at the confluence of the Garrotxa (Sant Aniol de Finestres), el Gironès (Sant Martí de Llémena) and la Selva (Sant Julià del Llor i Bonmatí) comarques. This mountain has a striking appearance and is quite visible from the road between Bonmatí and Sant Martí de Llémena. The steep cliffs on the southern and northeastern sides of the mountain are known as Cingles de Sant Roc.
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