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#1 Posted : Tuesday, September 6, 2011 2:38:58 PM(UTC)
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Hi, I heard about trek that goes throughout the Pyrenees and lasted six months.

I'd love to get some help and guidance about.
When the appropriate season to travel?
What's the weather?
A few days?
What is the difficulty?
Can I buy maps?
And if I can do it alone?

Thanks a lot!
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, September 6, 2011 3:03:18 PM(UTC)
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January-February.
Desert and dry weather.
A month and a half is about 100 days?
It is very difficult to light.
There are no maps. Navigate alone.
Don't. Only in groups of at least 38 people with 3 manuals and a Mare.

And seriously,
GR11 route called. There are about 30 posts on it. So a quick search to find the information you are seeking.
This track season at the end so you have to wait for next summer if you want to go. It is about 800 km (correct me), long walk depending on your fitness and ability and experience. A route is considered. Course maps. Why don't you do it? Imtl 40792.5050231482
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#3 Posted : Tuesday, September 6, 2011 4:24:27 PM(UTC)
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Or GR10. Or HRP

GR10 in France to high difficulty in parts, equipment, accommodation, and rpiogis to have. Food can rpiogis payment or to Cook only what we carry you. A couple of months. There are plenty of maps. Except of course.

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#4 Posted : Tuesday, September 6, 2011 4:57:13 PM(UTC)
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Ma, referring to the GR10.
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#5 Posted : Tuesday, September 6, 2011 5:49:33 PM(UTC)
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Corrected.

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#6 Posted : Sunday, October 2, 2011 8:49:24 AM(UTC)
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Guy, I just got back what GR 10 got fresh information.

I'd love to get some help and guidance about.
When the appropriate season to travel?
At the moment of entry. That is officially closed but still rafiog allow you to sleep and use the toilet just can't eat and buy food and drinks. Overnight cabin NET.

What's the weather?
Very dynamic. And a water body. The Basque country is affected by the Atlantic Ocean, wet The main prinas rainy but also relatively short chapters so much better and the weather very frequently variable name.
And prinas affected Eastern high school much less rainy and humid and warmer. Some of the land.
Of course, the season (like I said, ended officially) has many more days with weather than rain/fog.
The average daily temperature is 25 degrees. But it can also climb toward 30.
The most extreme I've ever had in terms of source is 7 degrees a day and 3 at night.
That night it was snowing in the mountains.
In my opinion there is no need to invest in extreme winter launched a sleep of 5 completely?
Of course if you go out of season should consult someone who was prinas in winter.

A few days?
I took about 6 weeks. And breaks over two months.

What is the difficulty?
It is very difficult. If you choose the more difficult variants such as dealing with connecting you to the HRP, etc like I did so many times, very difficult.
I think even harder what GR 20 it did just before I started the GR 10.
Ascending and descending of 1500 meters a day at all. Sometimes there are more than 2 passim per day. My climax was 2100 feet per day increase. The books say it's not exactly on the up 10 but something made only in order to return to GR 10 one can purchase points

Can I buy maps?
Almost anywhere. Every tobacco shop (you already know what it is) or any store you see Zeke selling tourist topographic maps of the prinas. If this is a small village then find only of the current wait is the village in the area next to the map of after.
The maps are very detailed. Come in 2 types 1:50.000 and 1:25.000. More detailed 25th but also more practical and less expensive because 40 is the ideal to complete the Trek.
About 50,000 had "only" 11.
There's only one problem with the maps. They don't like Israel noiilanot like this to keep them not when it's raining and finesse in the fold.

And if I can do it alone?
Yes. I did alone.
The hardest and most dangerous of being alone is lonely. And I'm really not kidding!
And take something else I learned. When a pair or higher always 1 person can afford to be a jerk. If the remaining balance.
If only you do not have the privilege.

Hope I helped. Arthur 40818.2469560185
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#7 Posted : Sunday, October 2, 2011 7:10:54 PM(UTC)
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If you want, I'd be glad to lend you the guide of the GR11
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