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#1 Posted : Sunday, May 8, 2011 1:38:19 PM(UTC)
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Like I wrote in the Forum planned to go 3 weeks the GR11 from Torla to poich starting next week-I have taken into account could be the weather change my plans and so indeed all week supposed to be rainy on and that my friend and his friends rescued before which enforces 2800 m altitude by helicopter to Refugio goris after stuck in the middle of a snowstorm surprises without down-partly because returning their experience but also because of the difficult conditions of gas air
So what is emerging that get me every time and for another 3-4 days and day courses and return to that point-go mainly to the late afternoon hours in order to avoid problems.
The question is-what places in the Pyrenees (relatively simple access) would use a good base for day trips? It would be nice if there would be no places to hang them with lousy weather--I'd love to help your experience better than that-thanks!
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#2 Posted : Sunday, May 8, 2011 2:03:12 PM(UTC)
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Gavarnie-France on the northern side of the border with Park Ordesa

In Nazca (Benasque) in Spain-mldeta ranges foothills and Posets

Espot in Spain-the gateway to agoastorts
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#3 Posted : Sunday, May 8, 2011 5:54:04 PM(UTC)
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Me like you always sharp and accurate.
If you already have those places cheap and comfortable places to sleep and keep equipment
What with Torla/Refugio goris?
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#4 Posted : Sunday, May 8, 2011 6:09:59 PM(UTC)
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Overall, I slept three in camping houses

The front itself was not and cheap (I slept one night in town at two stars-the cheapest I could find, but the situation may have changed), there are several camping grounds up the Valley, I slept in the campsite Aneto key Estos Valley. It also had cabins are likely to be cheaper than the hotels in the town (of course provided that acamping open season).

In Gavarnie and wasn't looking for cheap hotels in espot, preferred the camping.

In Torla and Refugio goris wasn't so where need to ask someone else.
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#5 Posted : Sunday, May 8, 2011 11:06:34 PM(UTC)
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There is a fast way to reach gavarne from spain?
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#6 Posted : Monday, May 9, 2011 9:04:16 AM(UTC)
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Join me on Nazca and espot. Both have relatively cheap hotels too, it's easy to get to them and get them to travel in different directions.
About I wouldn't recommend turla, is a little farther and more options. Bnaska for example, you can go straight from the village and already the least gr11 in 3 different directions.
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#7 Posted : Monday, May 9, 2011 1:44:34 PM(UTC)
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You can walk ... Bujarelo Valley through Port de Gavarnie which is relatively low and there is a chance that bar now open (but it should check before departure).

By car or public transportation need to cross and go to Gavarnie.
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#8 Posted : Monday, May 9, 2011 4:15:50 PM(UTC)
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Beauty! I found a place I can rent crampons EUR 30 copies for three weeks-but experience it seems cool and I guess it opens me more options.
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#9 Posted : Monday, May 9, 2011 10:25:25 PM(UTC)
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You can expand on the occasion of your friends Besides reporting to new sites akoni could not understand much.
I guess there's a lot to learn from the event.
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#10 Posted : Tuesday, May 10, 2011 12:11:57 PM(UTC)
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There was a combination of inexperience and bad luck — they went in early May-4 company are many field and walking but not like in zone-for example they take 3-4 liters of water each and their bags ranging from 20-25 pounds! They came out beautiful day turla and Refugio goris there told them all open passim and can go though they were the only ones who did the GR 11 and others who were there did some sections with much less equipment and crampons on the second day they were stuck in heavy rain in the Southeast to goris channels they pass the night in a cave, they went the next weather attention toward La Paz at an altitude of 2800 m-when they came up after the guts already snowed, they argue that trying to get down from there was Involves mortal danger they found cell phone reception and decided to call the rescue in her met unwise
They called the insurance company that connected them with a dossier hilik Magnus directly they gave him Manchester and he aimed for the local rescue unit delivered them with a helicopter due to the harsh conditions of getting somewhere
I only mention that they met people who have been in this saddle so that really was unlucky here with the weather about probably season too.
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#11 Posted : Thursday, May 12, 2011 3:45:22 AM(UTC)
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There was a combination of luck and inexperience, it could end very badly.
A successful period, not really more like ice and snow melted, in many places and really rocks.
Even the weather can be erratic and propose changes in the blink of an eye. You can always walk but have to choose right and take unnecessary risks.
In a single sentence: "not out."
Offered here are great places to hike and there are many green without going too high.
There are plenty of running water and 3 gallons.
If you decide on crampons snow axe too.
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