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gbd12  
#1 Posted : Friday, May 25, 2012 8:31:09 PM(UTC)
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Guys I need help!! Recommendations will help me a lot.

In August to do a three-week course at gr11, Pyrenees. How much should I do (feel like crazy views and lots of mountains and Lakes streams)? I realized that, Andorra area worth me combine it with another?
To bring in the nzinia or the blowtorch? How much money in total value all cost me such a trip (I have a tent and I plan to sleep in space and to cook for myself, but not owes)? How do I get to the start of the itinerary you recommend it, if you are know, it will also help.

If immigrants have more tips and ideas I'd love, thank you merry! Gbd12 41055.3976041667
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#2 Posted : Saturday, May 26, 2012 12:53:40 AM(UTC)
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Odessa area certainly amazing, but in three weeks you will be able to do much more. Many travellers combine it with igoastorts reserve.

Gas burner will work fine.

About tent. Note that inside the tent accommodation is forbidden (except in specific designated areas). If you are willing to risk a financial Conference can camp hidden areas and would rather not.

Most rely on Refugio scattered along relatively expensive and they (40 Yuri per person) and completely free season.

Feel free to read about 9 days trip I did in October: igoastorts

The Spanish Pyrenees mountains in igoastorts

If you have further questions-feel comfortable.
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#3 Posted : Saturday, May 26, 2012 12:57:37 PM(UTC)
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Guys, Ordesa ORDESA

Odessa is in Ukraine.
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#4 Posted : Saturday, May 26, 2012 8:17:08 PM(UTC)
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Right man, really mean to Andorra.
Do you have any idea about how much money I need to organize such a trip?
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#5 Posted : Friday, June 1, 2012 5:01:38 AM(UTC)
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Help please!!!
If you know.
An interesting route to go three weeks, and cost of such a trip.
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#6 Posted : Friday, June 1, 2012 10:19:05 AM(UTC)
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Except that flight in the summer can reach sensory to 600-70 dollars, add another $ 150 to easily get and return normal transportation, 20 meals and snacks per day if you are going to cook it hard because it means to carry gas burner, a pot and cooking utensils and miles could all this pod day min. Three weeks have at least $ 1,800 then and promotes confidence did it 2,000.

I think a trip so hard to sleep every day in the tent without bathing, washing, use hostel services from time to time-in my opinion get ready to just 2,500. And it modestly.

When you want to exit? What degree of difficulty? In the Pyrenees there are all sorts of difficult passages.

How much equipment you can carry on your back? What equipment do you have?

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#7 Posted : Friday, June 1, 2012 11:48:27 AM(UTC)
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Guy,

If you want help, you need to do some work yourself.

In the Pyrenees there are 4 hikes, long the GR10 and HRP GR11, I suggest you start looking for information about them.

For starters, a brief search done for you here on the Forum:
Pyrenees
GR11
GR10
HRP

There are several dozen posts (some overlap).
I recommend you do the same search on Google.

After reading a bit, come with questions, orientation.

I don't know you and it's kind of hard for me to recommend something without knowing anything about you (fitness, age, ability, experience, etc.)
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#8 Posted : Friday, June 1, 2012 11:42:48 PM(UTC)
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I have good equipment, a 70 litre rucksack, a sleeping bag is very easy and very warm, a hotplate, double tent three seasons also.
Up to 25 pounds on your back I'm enjoying more than drink places to get them supplies won't mind too much hope.
Once in a while through this trail of villages or places to settle where supply of food

GR11. as my main course, I might throw in a few side trips.
I bought a book at this friendly on the track and there were some interesting places.
I was thinking to start a little South of Andorra and North far to come.
That makes sense?

I was going really well and fit great, it won't be the first and the longest.
Would be interesting to do a quality trail and parts in between to get on buses? (I have no problem with or lifts weights ...)
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#9 Posted : Saturday, June 2, 2012 2:15:11 AM(UTC)
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That's a lot of 25

Some miles? Some weigh? Some tent and some weigh?

The track is full of ups and downs, this weight will make you nothing but trouble, should not weigh more than 13-14 without water.

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#10 Posted : Saturday, June 2, 2012 7:56:06 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = gbd12] I have good equipment, a 70 litre rucksack, a sleeping bag is very easy and very warm, a hotplate, double tent three seasons also.
Up to 25 pounds on your back I'm enjoying more than drink places to get them supplies won't mind too much hope.
Once in a while through this trail of villages or places to settle where supply of food



GR11. as my main course, I might throw in a few side trips.
I bought a book at this friendly on the track and there were some interesting places.
I was thinking to start a little South of Andorra and North far to come.
That makes sense?
I was going really well and fit great, it won't be the first and the longest.
Would be interesting to do a quality trail and parts in between to get on buses? (I have no problem with or lifts weights ...)


1. it's good equipment, I tell you that your equipment and you need to replace it. But 25 pounds is not so reasonable unless you take a lot of things are irrelevant. No navigation so alone.

2. every two or three days you move. In the higher areas there are fewer villages and the distance between them larger. If the map of the area you will be able to play with the track that move in more or less.

3. If you begin South of Andorra and North then you can't be on the GR11 through from West to East.
To do daily with tiolis transitions using this bus option. Whether you think you can bill in its entirety-some people that matters to them or you just want to explore the beautiful places.

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#11 Posted : Saturday, June 2, 2012 10:46:36 AM(UTC)
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I have no intention to go with 25 pounds on your back, the intention was that extreme case when I need to take water and food for three days.
Of course I prefer to travel light.
But water in streams flow in mid-August?

My stuff without food and water will weigh about 10 pounds.
I just don't know where nature and in my mind a little picture of the desert area, maybe I'm wrong.

Means to me mostly lovely places.
From East to West?
If I start in Andorra, I can get on foot to the Ordesa or Aguas torts in three weeks, calm Gbd12 41062.3247106482
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#12 Posted : Saturday, June 2, 2012 9:59:21 PM(UTC)
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To get agoastorts for a few days, to Ordesa-weeks (if you have the book, look where the distribution days).

About big-shouldn't be a problem – if a specific day that has a water problem, usually it's great anyway, for three days you won't have to carry water.

Desert image? Looking at pictures? (Got it?)

If I had 3 weeks in, I would choose a section and it all without skipping with buses, but it depends on your preferences.

-Spaces in a 3 weeks you can see part of the Pyrenees mountain range views.

In short-if you bought the book, open it, there are answers to all the questions asked here.
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#13 Posted : Saturday, June 2, 2012 11:12:22 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = gbd12] I have no intention to go with 25 pounds on your back, the intention was that extreme case when I need to take water and food for three days.
Of course I prefer to travel light.
But water in streams flow in mid-August?

My stuff without food and water will weigh about 10 pounds.
I just don't know where nature and in my mind a little picture of the desert area, maybe I'm wrong.

Means to me mostly lovely places.
From East to West?
If I start in Andorra, I can get on foot to the Ordesa or Aguas torts in three weeks, calm


Therefore, the streams flow. But it still doesn't mean you can drink them. And it is not necessary that there are plenty of places to fill water and your excellent guide these places.
Once you buy the maps together with the Guide to build a track and select it when you stop for food and supplies and where the water.

In three weeks, you can see many beautiful things from the point of view if you want also in terms of culture. The prinas is very diverse and you can make your trip to whatever you like.
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#14 Posted : Sunday, June 3, 2012 11:49:49 PM(UTC)
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Many thanks!
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