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shlomi_n  
#1 Posted : Monday, March 17, 2014 12:07:02 AM(UTC)
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Plan to travel on March 7 to Park 3 day Trek Ordesa. On the first day to get to goriz. Then through Brecha de Rolando and reach to Gavarnie. To get a lift to the ski area and return to the Bujaruelo, Torla through transition

We three have experienced 30 trips in the country and abroad-WHR in Switzerland. Despite the experience, we have experience in complex technical parts such as farrata and climbing glaciers. While the WHR it was September and snow crossings were available.

Reading material on the Internet seems in part des sarradets Echelle is very technical and potential danger. Therefore, to lose to Gavarnie through Vallee des pouey. Maps of 1:25:000 have a section name is specified. Upon reading this is not cascade Web.

Another concern is the need to cross Brecha de Rolando area glaciers

Would love who visited the area about the opinion required technique on the second day. Is the waterfall is explained technically? Are there any other problematic sections?

Whether inexperienced hiker crossing glaciers with crampons will work out with the iceberg that can be in the mountains? What level of difficulty in crossing the glacier.

Course planning to rent glaciers, but won't be in use until the point of transition.

Do you have other recommendations to us, level departure and/or anything else?

Edited by user Monday, March 17, 2014 12:42:19 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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naty_h  
#2 Posted : Friday, March 21, 2014 11:20:06 PM(UTC)
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Simply contact with this question and asked the Geass de Torla goritz rpoachia:

Geass de Torla

Ask your landlord, and also I incidentally while looking for partners ... If you're still interested in climbing course in the time zone.

And seriously from 17th to 19th of April begins climbing course there over 20-21 has guided climb to Monte Perdido glacier seems to me not a bad opportunity to learn and experiment with the necessary climbing to Monte Perdido is all taught in the beginners course using crampons and ice axe.

Edited by user Friday, March 21, 2014 11:28:43 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

shlomi_n  
#3 Posted : Friday, March 28, 2014 9:01:59 PM(UTC)
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I would like to receive replies to questions raised by experienced author.

Eli TheHiker  
#4 Posted : Saturday, March 29, 2014 9:25:01 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = shlomi_n; 578713]

Whether inexperienced hiker crossing glaciers with crampons will work out with the iceberg that can be in the mountains?

Do you have other recommendations to us, level departure and/or anything else?

I wasn't that into it but had to walk in the snow/ice, among other things, in WHR in July last year and recommended is not to get into that includes glaciers, massive snow without someone experienced who can count on being able to pass the information to others or without doing a course with a professional guide, and especially not glib about the safety in place if it's too cumbersome and takes longer.

Tell you from personal experience, that the smallest mistake can lead to disaster and therefore all increase the risk (inexperience, fatigue, inappropriate equipment, inattention, etc.) so the chances of disaster grows. Maybe you read stories of friends here in the Forum I went lucky dangerous situations, but also has not therefore do your reasons, but whatever you do, don't trust "is fine in this case.

imtl  
#5 Posted : Saturday, March 29, 2014 5:17:51 PM(UTC)
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I don't know but the question popped in my eye and I wanted to respond.

Did you once a minimal ice equipment Crampons and axes? Rent equipment doesn't mean you know how to use it when.

If you have no experience in this walk so get training before hitting the road.

If it's potentially so krbassim glacier at all should take someone who knows his way with you.

[Quote = shlomi_n; 578713]

Plan to travel on March 7 to Park 3 day Trek Ordesa. On the first day to get to goriz. Then through Brecha de Rolando and reach to Gavarnie. To get a lift to the ski area and return to the Bujaruelo, Torla through transition

We three have experienced 30 trips in the country and abroad-WHR in Switzerland. Despite the experience, we have experience in complex technical parts such as farrata and climbing glaciers. While the WHR it was September and snow crossings were available.

Reading material on the Internet seems in part des sarradets Echelle is very technical and potential danger. Therefore, to lose to Gavarnie through Vallee des pouey. Maps of 1:25:000 have a section name is specified. Upon reading this is not cascade Web.

Another concern is the need to cross Brecha de Rolando area glaciers

Would love who visited the area about the opinion required technique on the second day. Is the waterfall is explained technically? Are there any other problematic sections?

Whether inexperienced hiker crossing glaciers with crampons will work out with the iceberg that can be in the mountains? What level of difficulty in crossing the glacier.

Course planning to rent glaciers, but won't be in use until the point of transition.

Do you have other recommendations to us, level departure and/or anything else?

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