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#1 Posted : Sunday, April 27, 2014 4:25:33 PM(UTC)
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Hello people,

We were a couple, are planning a week-long trek in the Pyrenees.

Asking for azatchs planning and clarification of a few things:

Want to walk but not very challenging section, I've forum exploring areas of valleys and Lakes (Basque) in the Spanish Pyrenees, seems more suitable for us than mountains-where to start backpacking? What city?

Second option I don't think overlaps of the GR11 routes is the Camino de Santiago-I realized you can get Passport somewhere and sleep in very cheap or even free. Where do you start a course?

And another question about b-day trip in August have to book hostels in advance? And if you can sleep in lodges that they don't sleep in bunks so that with crawling in the same bed?

And one last question-is it possible?, As regards inspectors and cold?

Many thanks!!

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#2 Posted : Sunday, May 4, 2014 4:48:00 PM(UTC)
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The GR11 is way out along the Pyrenees.

Along the way are many national parks of Ordesa Monte Perdido one was after I have more torastas agias and many suggest to purchase the book or blog look amazing places on this road.

The torastas has several options agias find one another via salardo road in espot, Vall de Aran didn't show due to weather conditions and other animals, so I didn't speak to him.

Also, there are several options of Ordesa no-shows by the Valley heading to get:

Torla, Ordesa Valley way page aniscalo another way oharlos town of oharlos.

There is no reason to go on a trek in Ordesa who seeks, tracks in the town of Torla and can be set to go on excursions or guided hikes through independent gites de Torla, or if you want to climb the Monte Perdido glacier who lack experience in the field of training may be a bad idea.

In the primary rpoachia in Ordesa goritz has only as far as large berths but during the week, and not a problem you can always carry a tent is easy on the back has a gear discussion forum about it, so that high goritz establish maternity tent, no rpogiot have arrived.

Other interesting places Saint giigus oharlos circus in Guaran? de Monte Perdido, the entrance to this area through several pet articles of their own gross of ainsa, towns and more equal their own business especially for kanioning mountain rafting.

One of the most beautiful areas that turned out to be them.

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#3 Posted : Sunday, May 4, 2014 5:59:03 PM(UTC)
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Hey, if you're looking for the area, so really the Basque coast.
The GR11 starts at Irun train station there, so that you can get there relatively easily from.
There are a few larger communities and less (mostly less) in the area of the GR11.
As Vera de Bidasoa, Elizondo, Isaba, ochagavia.

We went the GR11, but maybe you fit more than circular Trek.
I'm sure you can find something.
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