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#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 21, 2012 2:22:07 AM(UTC)

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Hello everyone,

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I intend to explore the Pyrenees from 14.9. In practice, leaving back to Earth at 14.10, but because the season-less weather and Refugio, as well as passive mild pressure, led me to plan now to about 12 a day.

If applicable-fit fine. I did some hiking (Annapurna logo). Is less (I probably won't win another daylight as she sees it).

Tanttivi planning:
Iguasters 5 days, 3 days on and three days in the pyrenees Ordesa national park (+ day trip to Ordesa). When pets (9 days) thought to keep South France somehow, rent a car and explore.

Questions about planning your tanttivi:
The proposed route is preferred over the suggestion that I read elsewhere, go bansk (if I'm not mistaken) to Torla? On the one hand, the route becomes lined but on the other hand, I think that things are better.
Do you have any other suggestions? Overall, I was much happier to go just point-to-point but is not found in the time I plan (even if it is flexible), a good option, it will be possible to dispense with tents (again I fear for my life), to enjoy the different views, and elegance to France.

Logistical questions.
In igoastorts can sleep in Refugio. Did you know about the track I have accommodation arranged?
On the way from haiguastorts to Ordesa?
C. French Park Ordesa, just marching in Sean and happily? There's a neat?
4. What is the nearest city to the French that I planned, which could regroup and continue the stylish side trip

Each comment is useful, otherwise you'll receive course with lots of feelings thanks:)

And thanks in advance!

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#3 Posted : Saturday, September 1, 2012 6:44:49 PM(UTC)

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About iiguastors-in five days can make a big inning.
It is important to check in advance that the huts and rather buy them anywhere.

About Ordesa-wasn't there, and I just don't have my map so I don't have too many suggestions. But look at the Forum, in recent times there have been several threads with quotes.

About the French can do 3 days of gbarni sibobon (offered here in the Forum again, her map to someone so. ..).

For clarification-Ordesa is the French Park, just across the border can go a few days and go across the border and have to make a trip to Ordesa and French Park. No problem crossing the border anywhere you want. So I think you can do better route, whether or not circular.

Information about French huts can be found on the website of the CAF (the French Alpine Club, the majority of his huts) and I suppose you can also find information about the cabins of French parks (some of their huts in the Park).

Information about the Ordesa chalets I know where you can find, but I'm sure you can find online.

It is important to note that sometimes the cabins which actually close, they leave room open for winter or so of course whatever food and service, but will still be possible to avoid carrying the tent. Need to verify.

In terms of civilization France exit across the border (in France) near iiguastorts town have called Bagneres-de-Luchon from there you can catch a train to Toulouse.
To reach a Bagneres-de-Luchon Spain, take a bus from (say from espot but can also be another village) to Viehla, from where bus to Vielha Bossost caught a ride to France. Bagneres-de-Luchon is the first town West of Bossost (the saddle road is out).
Alternatively you can try to cross into the North from Bossost (then allow rather than drop in Bossost continue with bus north closer to the border to Les and instead try to cross at a lift in France with. There are trains from Montrejeau and I think old Marignac area.)
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#5 Posted : Tuesday, October 2, 2012 11:40:53 PM(UTC)

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To open the thread-just five days that agoos-trots-post reported organized about it soon, but if you have concrete questions, feel free to ask.
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