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et777  
#1 Posted : Monday, May 21, 2012 11:28:55 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone.
My girlfriend and I are going to travel around the Spaniards at the end of September for more or less two weeks, mainly on the basis of the GR11. I wanted to ask if anyone knows what level of miles needed in this area (we're going to sleep in a tent)?? Unfortunately as I searched I couldn't find an answer. Does require that k-7 or that it's too hot?

Thanks so much for your help.
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#2 Posted : Monday, May 21, 2012 12:29:18 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = et777] Hi everyone.
I was looking for I could not find an answer. Does require that k-7 or that it's too hot?
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You won't find this answer either because the weather varies from year to year and this is the season of excursions and even beyond, and so certainly there could be surprises in the form of rain, snow and cold.
Anyway, better be a k warmer than a few degrees than to suffer later, especially if the difference is not significant weights. Warham 41050.3955208333
arthur  
#3 Posted : Monday, May 21, 2012 1:48:40 PM(UTC)
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Changes but still a level that allows to adapt a sleeping bag.

Late September is the tmprotora at night around 10 ~ 0.
The coldest night I've ever had is 2 degrees and had really cold because my sleeping bag was cheap bag from an unknown company.
Of course you can vary but according to the whims of weather and height oldies but either way it's not minus.

I hope you and your company has experience in the field and you know you belong to type their weight to warm themselves at night or not.

If you decide to take a sleeping bag "light", consider taking a liner or nightwear or thermal micro polar fleece. You can add your sleeping bag a few degrees at night (and keep clean the bag very valuable)
If you go on a heavy sleeping bag so you can open the zipper completely and use it as a blanket or put it on your feet at night.


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#4 Posted : Monday, May 21, 2012 11:23:55 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = arthur]

Late September is the tmprotora at night around 10 ~ 0.

Of course you can vary but according to the whims of weather and height oldies but either way it's not minus.



Inaccurate,

Temperatures below zero in summer uncommon, but possible,

InJuly of ' 07 I had a few nights as the temperature was dropped on the village of Gavarnie (1400 m) – I think that km in summer comfort,-5 September-Ellie wrote, the weather can be fickle. 41050.8505671296 with me
arthur  
#5 Posted : Monday, May 21, 2012 11:51:26 PM(UTC)
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Let me get this straight. In July you had nights below-
Are you sure?
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#6 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2012 12:52:46 AM(UTC)
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No,
The found ...

Misunderstood, if there's something that's hard to forget that freezing nights.
Believe me, my frozen bones (Tent, and the grass around it.)

Even in summer the weather in the Pyrenees could be volatile, one of the first warning from a friendly guide to HRP is the weather.
I did not come across this a lot, but he writes that storms are not rare in the summer.

Here is a quote from the site of the friendly description of the recommended season for HRP

Seasons "
Best months: July and August. August can be extremely warm, however, and thunderstorms are an everyday hazard! In June most high mountain passes are still covered with snow but it's a good time for both the first section and, from mid-June on the final section (if you avoid the Pic Carlit). Late August and the first days of September often bring a short period of extremely bad weather but afterwards the first half of September can be exceptionally beautiful. There will be frost at night from the second half of September. Snowfall in the mountains high "is not uncommon in September. Be ready for anything! "

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#7 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2012 7:20:20 PM(UTC)
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Can drop below zero in high places, and the end of September it's not summer.
I had a few nights below freezing in this era of the GR11 and HRP, including Blizzard.
I recommend hot miles. 7. not an exaggeration at all.
et777  
#8 Posted : Wednesday, May 23, 2012 7:29:01 PM(UTC)
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Cool ... Thanks for the tips guys!
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