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#1 Posted : Saturday, April 17, 2010 6:46:19 PM(UTC)
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Hello, I have three weeks to a month trip around mid-June to mid-July, and I'm very undecided what trek to GR10 HRP GR11, or, if someone could help me tune in on some one of the for the time period. Thanks all information is welcome
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#2 Posted : Saturday, April 17, 2010 7:27:53 PM(UTC)
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I was part of the HRP-and-a-half years ago, I wrote about here, highly recommended! But he's not an easy track and Heath recommend it to anyone.
Call if you have any more questions I would be happy to help.
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#3 Posted : Saturday, April 17, 2010 10:19:03 PM(UTC)
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#4 Posted : Sunday, April 18, 2010 2:47:53 AM(UTC)
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GR11.

Coast to coast route that is familiar and know many of the fireplace on the GR10.
He guides is divided into 46 days. In three weeks I would recommend to go the most interesting key and more.
No sooner than July, after good winter much snow. Not as bad as the track definitely spectacular HRP.
Full transportation equipment is required, preferably also a tent, you can sleep in shelters when they don't.
Now remains to know and experience level. Mountain range for hikers only.
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#5 Posted : Sunday, April 18, 2010 8:37:38 PM(UTC)
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Thank you for your comments.

Would love if you could detail what are the main parts more interesting of the GR11, or in which areas they pass.

We (husband and I) prefer to travel with a tent and gas burner/nzinia rather than relying on the cabins only. Two years ago we all Corsica GR20 was amazing in its beauty and wonderful nature of the trip we were looking and budget. Last year we walked the Dolomites the AV1 and AV2 and despite the stunning views that prohibit camping and or reserves to hide with the tent or sleep in a coming referendum cable car (we are entertained them after 3-4 hours rising)-wrecked ...
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#6 Posted : Sunday, April 18, 2010 9:08:53 PM(UTC)
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If you go the GR20 to settle with the HRP opinion, I don't think there's any debate about the beauty vs the seawith meGR40286.8367708333
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#7 Posted : Sunday, April 18, 2010 9:10:44 PM(UTC)
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I went up and also combined to agoastorts at the end (the track passes only in the northern part of the Park), it took me 4 weeks.
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#8 Posted : Monday, April 19, 2010 12:20:40 AM(UTC)
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More interesting are the parts of nature reserves.
If you have a guide or a particular path so watch end in andorera area.
About departing from the Aragon State West or nabarra and the East.
European law regarding reserved. They shelter in huts alone, beyond that they offer more and some more like a guesthouse.
Again, not until July.
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#9 Posted : Monday, April 19, 2010 1:41:53 AM(UTC)
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Agree with Tal, in my trip and some of the French circus shadovden is Gavarnie (you can combine visits to Ordesa across the border as a supplement to the track, I think HRP is an extra 3-4 days, although I didn't do it)40286.9484259259 me
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#10 Posted : Monday, April 19, 2010 10:25:51 PM(UTC)
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Hello mashosh,
We are Austria-Italy (track featuring AV2) and indeed we also suffered the same problem's outside.
I think the situation in different, at least in Spanish, and they discover a lot more flexibility. Inside the reserves allowed to sleep over a certain height while it one night and continue. Also in general the atmosphere and the much better and less oriented package (for example, if you decide to use the cabin once, has each cabin can only prepare food in the kitchen is separate and the travellers much more sane).
Regarding the route, there is another alternative, and she did not mention the Traverse this Beautiful track that crosses the Pyrenees from East to West in the middle sections, and more interesting, IE is not "water". It begins in Andorra (I gave up on the first day, it is easy to reach by public transport from Barcelona) and ends just past the Park Ordesa and incorporates all the beautiful reserves (Ordesa and we did in the three sections, there are port back to Barcelona).
The track is mainly used in certain sections and GR11 in HRP when usually there are few alternatives.
Along the route 23 full day. We did it.
The entire route is described in the Lonely Planet Walking in Spain. And in fact is entirely free. For example here (almost everything):
From Google books
You can download the whole thing in PDF format from the Lonely Planet website for a nominal fee.
From what I see now, in the current release (at least it's there network) they took the first week and somehow along the way is 17 days. There are other places in the network with the original version.
Best months: from mid-June until mid-September.
Good luck!
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#11 Posted : Monday, April 19, 2010 11:43:33 PM(UTC)
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Fix!!!

In Spain the highest reserves old!!!
Lodging and camping in designated areas only. Inspectors are stored and prohibit illegal accommodation.
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#12 Posted : Tuesday, April 20, 2010 1:18:13 PM(UTC)
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Tal,
Before expressed so decisively and so many exclamation marks, I suggest you find out the details.
So:

The Ordesa and Monte Perdido Park:
There is no resistance and minimal ל"מחנאות in charge it says the tent with darkness and disassemble it early (not tshtchn there for the day), and leave marks, above a certain height:
Ordesa: 2100 m
Pinta: 2500 m
Aniscalo and askoain: 1800 m
In addition, there are emergency shelters in the Park.

Posets-aladeta Park:
In General, actual resistance ל"מחנאות and height minimum of responsible f.

In Aragon:
Camping is allowed outside anywhere reserves above 1500 m (approximately) two remote vehicle access point.
Below 1500 feet is permitted anywhere far 5 miles from camp is declared and 1 km from the city centre.
Camping is prohibited within 100 meters is smaller than the source water or road/paved road.

Val d'Aran (agoastorts Park):
Not allowed in the Park.

Anyway, there is almost always some camping outside the parks because they're not large fabric, or sleep in a declared or Refugio no choice (again, in typically are much less and much more are designed for travellers who are in thousands).

Enjoy!
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#13 Posted : Sunday, April 25, 2010 9:08:07 PM(UTC)
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Some developments? I stress
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#14 Posted : Monday, April 26, 2010 12:10:34 AM(UTC)
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First of all thanks a lot for the info and responses, I found them both of GR10 friendly and fully GR11 online and parts of the HRP.
Probably start touring Spain and try to explore the HRP. My concern that because of the harsh winter may have some crazy when we begin to explore (mid-June) be moving without gear (I'm not into an axe and crampons, ropes ...) and be flexible about changes for Likely to decide on a final course of walking and mainly depending on the weather (part of the benefits of walking tent to depend on availability of cabins).

We also hope to make some day of canyoning routes in the Sierra Guara (sierra guara) anyone have a recommendation for a course?


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#15 Posted : Monday, April 26, 2010 12:55:37 AM(UTC)
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Sierra Guara-don't know.
I didn't start on the HRP Andorra area (I assume you meant)-longest stretch without a point of purchase (and several of the hardest too friendly)-something like 7 days (I didn't get to this section for that reason), you should increase the difficulty gradually, I think you should start from the Basque country to the East (or closer to the coast of Catalonia and go West-segment didn't), so start low areas with soft sections and the highest in early July so will decrease the chances of you getting blocked because of snow.
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