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#41 Posted : Thursday, August 6, 2009 11:34:56 AM(UTC)
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Providing,
In agauestorts you can make the circuit that takes 5-7 days (depending on your pace), or cross it from side to side (don't have the GR11).

Ordesa is smaller, but you can combine it in orbit that crosses the border, on the other side of the border is Gavarnie circus.

In general the two busiest parks in relation to the rest of the Pyrenees, Ordesa, but agoastorts must be booked in advance at bikatot (the sooner the better, of course, if you plan to travel ...).

I don't know what your fitness level, you can cross the French Park-impressive but hard.
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#42 Posted : Thursday, August 6, 2009 5:22:31 PM(UTC)
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From tztertz's proposals. Bus to Park Ordesa Torla and town have a bus to Aguas torts in the town of espot

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#43 Posted : Saturday, August 8, 2009 9:33:13 PM(UTC)
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All the relevant tiilanim

I would like to receive more information about agoustorts. The desire to get to Barcelona in mid-August and in 4 days.

* Arrival from Barcelona

* Recommended routes for four days and their difficulty level

* Where can I purchase maps and marking trails

* Required equipment for mid-August

* Weather and problems

* Cabins-where (you can buy food to Cook during the day or serving meals), prices, occupancy at this time and how to book.

Each piece of information is appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Aya.

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#44 Posted : Sunday, August 9, 2009 1:34:15 PM(UTC)
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Ajit

The reserve can be reached by public transport but rather in a rental car.
There are several daily buses from Barcelona (4-5 hours) to the Central Valley (forgot the name) near the Park, access espot is fifteen minutes drive from the Valley, but transport him.

The Park has an orbit that takes 5-7 days (depending on shape), you can shorten the day by bouncing to the first cabin and cabin (there are taxi services (jeeps) from espot).
Furthermore there are many routes linking 7 or 8 in ikatot and can be occupied by the route, there are several rural access and must make a circular route (I don't know them transportation, but at least the Valley of Aran-Aran Valley Val d ' Northern access should be available to transport, Barcelona).

Maps can be purchased and in the villages around the Park, the track is marked with signs and marking trails (as in).

August weather should be good 20 degrees a day, but there is a risk of rain and sudden storms, has to follow.

In the Park are allowed to sleep for only bikatot (and because of its proximity to Barcelona) are loaded and must buy them anywhere as long as possible. In bikatot served three meals (for an additional fee) and you can order sandwiches or bags "picnic". You can also bring food and cook in bikatot (but I'm not sure that all guests have a kitchen). In some abikatot, have to carry equipment that is easy-liner or float pounds, not enough cabin bedding-mattress pillows and blankets.

Good luck
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#45 Posted : Sunday, August 9, 2009 11:22:43 PM(UTC)
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To me,

Thanks for the quick response and surrounds.

Only it was clear to me whether it is possible to book the cabins or land only at the entrance to the reserve.

Since you say that capacity during this period, I think it is important to prepare in advance. Whether there are any such option.

Thanks again,

Aya.

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#46 Posted : Monday, August 10, 2009 12:00:25 AM(UTC)
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You can book in advance at the Park site has the number of dispatch orders to all bikatot (902-732-164 Spain prefix must be added), the site is only in Spanish, but there are links to websites of some abikatot, some even in English, I think you can order directly through each cabin individually.

The bikatot usually have English-speaking staff, about the call I don't know.

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#47 Posted : Tuesday, August 11, 2009 7:12:34 PM(UTC)
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Hi

I have a friend who starts his Spanish course on the 20th of August. He plans to do.

I'm a little more while therefore considering to join him only some. Read one of the messages here the best is:

Mid section like a period for torts agwas Ordesa

Could you please tell me if it is possible to go straight to that section, and if it's complicated and also how long (miles and time.)

Thank you

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#48 Posted : Tuesday, August 11, 2009 9:17:56 PM(UTC)
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Who built today's 16-day Trek of the GR11, ran about a third, from the Atlantic coast to the entrance to Ordesa chapter. Here are some insights, hope to help set out:

Cooking equipment: thus, we sleep in sorted (ripohoius or b & BS) yet we spent 3 nights in the tent. We could not find the gas tanks (frowny and fell, a local holiday). Later we found on both types, and puncture valve. We realized we could waive the cooking and to save weight.

We hiked the mile last week of July to 9 August. Although the rains wasn't cold. I took that km and had hot. Next time take miles easier and less isolated.

Nutrition: fresh us inventory Act (dried fruit, honey, chocolate plastic tank) last for 4-5 days. When we knew that night without dinner we purchased sandwiches. This saves unnecessary calculations and empty packaging.

Directory: we had sisteron Guide 2006. Not updated! Would love to give updates from the field. No need to take the Guide itself but to film the daily pages and drop them later.

Maps: maps of Spanish pretty good guide here and there pikshoshim not problematic.

Costs: night + dinner + breakfast in Refugio 30 euros. In room toa pair of 30-35 euros. Dinner (a limited menu that includes appetizer, main course and dessert) for about 15 euros. A. morning about 5 euros. That is the difference between Refugio (sleeping in a room with 4-80.) is negligible.

Travel: travel from Madrid chapter Odessa became a long and expensive operation. About 120 euros a day to anyone!!

Total budget without flights but includes all travel costs (not trivial!) from the demon was about 50 euros per person per day.

Pleasure: 11 on a scale of 1 to 10!

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#49 Posted : Wednesday, August 12, 2009 12:18:25 AM(UTC)
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And now images.

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#50 Posted : Wednesday, August 12, 2009 12:24:18 AM(UTC)
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We have 1600 pictures, barely 21, 4MB them all?
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#51 Posted : Saturday, August 22, 2009 2:05:33 AM(UTC)
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Picasa Help

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#52 Posted : Sunday, August 23, 2009 10:22:43 PM(UTC)
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So; I'm lazy, but my friend and travel partner, Paul, schemed and selected to Picasa. Here is the link:

Http://picasaweb.google.com/shauleyal10/2009Pirineos#

It is highly recommended.

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#53 Posted : Monday, August 24, 2009 2:05:14 PM(UTC)
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I will have to check it out soon when I get home tonight.
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#54 Posted : Monday, August 24, 2009 5:55:58 PM(UTC)
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-Warning dangerous picture, you could catch the disease again.

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#55 Posted : Thursday, September 10, 2009 9:50:32 PM(UTC)
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Hey
I take another week to got some GR11 questions:
1. is landing and takeoff from Barcelona is fine, if not?
2. does the weather in September or October may already too cold.
3. where should come at the beginning of the track and what to do in three weeks with a minimum of travel.
4. is there something telling and maps for sale/rent/question?
If anything, I'd love to answer me quickly, also by email
Shimritmagen@gmail.com
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#56 Posted : Thursday, September 10, 2009 10:41:23 PM(UTC)
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To check:
First of all-fun! Have a good time.
1 is the best, although it's not always that easy to get or return. Leave you two or three days after the Trek before flying back to be sure you get the time.
2 September. October but stall after pushing a possible forecast mainly about snow. In the event of a serious snow to get to high places, usually be any alternative. Or wait.
3.3 weeks in my opinion enough to go to Andorra Park Ordesa. Easy to get to Andorra. Another option is a bit shorter to give away and get straight to the nearest town of Espot for tortas agvios Park. Maybe it's better to not be nervous. You can get there by public transport, it's going to take a little more time and exchanges.
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#57 Posted : Monday, October 5, 2009 6:07:58 PM(UTC)
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Hello, I'm back this week from Spain after 54 days of the gr11 (except 7-8 days in France towards the end, with the gr10 and other trails). Who needs topical information, or next year, feel free to ask.

Thank you for your help with answers to questions before you did.

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#58 Posted : Wednesday, October 7, 2009 9:42:57 AM(UTC)
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CHIM,

A. I'm jealous.

In some detail: I'm interested in a section of Park Ordesa and West; In the first 300 miles, how many nights and was forced to sleep in a tent? Were days without places to eat or buy groceries? Water?

I envy.

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#59 Posted : Sunday, October 11, 2009 3:57:13 PM(UTC)
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Hello guys,

I traveled in a second time in May and June, I would be happy to advise and information.

THUS, every step of the way has Ruben hostel, free of charge.
This is a good time to travel, and is a good chance that casual.
This is definitely something that should be taken into account if they are sleeping outside, the weather can change in an instant. About food I don't know the area, and even if there is a small village grocery store could be closed without notice should take food for five days, dry There are plenty of natural water throughout the track, if you have a feeling can be worth but good water parasite without fear.

Tal
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#60 Posted : Wednesday, July 7, 2010 8:53:47 PM(UTC)
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Wait, and go on the GR11, I plan a visit to (short) in the Pyrenees with a friend of mine (and therefore won't do another segment on the HRP unfortunately ...), I'm torn between the circuit of agoastorts (or the southern part was his in Northern) part of the GR11 Sallent de Gallego from l. Bujaruelo with visiting Ordesa.

Is this a good idea?
What level of difficulty of the passage?
Seen in the book of this friendly takes 3 days, can count on a few times (he's planning on light-cabin accommodation)? The last day (from Ba?os de Panticosa to Bujaruelo) seems a bit long (book is set 6 hours net).
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