La Sierra de Guadarrama, commonly known as the Sierra de Madrid is the collection of mountains surrounding Madrid from the north, which was the reason why the Spanish capital was founded, by the Muslims, to survey the Sierra itself! It is part of the Sistema Central, where it sits between the Sierra de Malagón and the Sierra de Somosierra in its strictest definition but also includes them along with the Sierra de Aylón in its widest acceptation where it becomes the neighbour to the mighty Sierra de Gredos.
La Pedriza is such an important part of the Sierra de Madrid that we have a dedicated page for it.
La Pedriza from inside (Puente de los Pollos).
Cerro de Valdemartin from Peña Citores.
In Provincia de Segovia (La Pinareja, 2197 m).
Characteristic shape confirmed from the peakfinder application (from Peña Citores).
In Madrid (Maliciosa, 2227 m).
View from the Peña Citores.
In Madrid (Cabeza de Hierro Mayor, 2383 m).
In Ávila, Madrid y Segovia (Cueva Valiente, 1903 m).
La Sierra de Canencia as approached from the Puerto de Canencia, here from the Cabeza de la Braña on 14 May 2022.
In Madrid (Cancho Gordo, 1564 m).