Maladetta Mountains (mälädĕtˈä) [key], Span. Montes Malditos [Span., = cursed mountains], massif of the central Pyrenees, NE Spain, near the French border. Its highest point, Pico de Aneto (11,168 ft/3,404 m), is also the highest in the Pyrenees. The Garonne River rises in this group.
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