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sorekzohar  
#1 Posted : Friday, July 11, 2014 12:48:52 PM(UTC)
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Hello, I read a lot of posts on the Forum that helped us to tune what we want.

We're going with a group of friends, end of the service, at the end of August, thirteen days in the Pyrenees and ending in five days.

Intent to go with all the gear on the back with a time of ntepnk and bikatot, and some food in the tents and cooking.
We would like to consult you about a course that will allow us to walk, without help from thrust.
We are planning a trip to combine days are long and hard and beautiful days of self-indulgence points/places worthwhile.

Read lots of positive comments on igooastorts reserve and Ordesa nature reserve, and encountered difficulties in planning continuous hike both among them and the number of days each.
In addition, we raised the following questions:
What is the main difference between the foot of the GR11 connecting the two reserves and walks within the reserve? I mean, what the nature and the landscape? And towns?
We should try to build a track or maybe it is better to concentrate on one reserve and plow her

We'd love to amlatotichm!

Thanks in advance!

Zohar

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io_travel  
#2 Posted : Friday, July 11, 2014 1:29:46 PM(UTC)
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Hi, welcome to the Forum!

I can't help much, the only experience I have with the place is from last year-a short Trek (six days) all within igoastorts. Just want to point your attention to the fact that within the ITM has prohibition on camping. However the good availability and very pleasant.

Good luck!

naty_h  
#3 Posted : Friday, July 11, 2014 6:02:56 PM(UTC)
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Google G11BLOG

Journey maps and photos I believe that all questions are answered there, about the tent allowed at a certain height from reserves 2200 +

Another thing most people going from West to East.

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#4 Posted : Friday, July 11, 2014 11:02:36 PM(UTC)
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Hey

I think you have a better time to go between the

Thirteen days is a long time and also saved two visit and walk between them (by two to three days a week between Ordesa and the rest in igoastorts).

Among the reserves can go on, and the hrp gr11 hrp on this relatively difficult but very pretty.

The section between the mldeta range through reserves at the pico de aneto-highest peak of the Pyrenees to the South and passes gr11 hrp North La.
This section on both tracks as one of their heiliits.

There are several towns in this stretch, but no high frequency (between the Nazca espot went 7 no break in).

Not specified if you have 13 days net or gross, how, how, how the experience (I guess that first around Alpine Trek then not recommend the hrp).

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sorekzohar  
#5 Posted : Saturday, July 26, 2014 11:45:17 AM(UTC)
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Hello and thank you for your replies,

Me your questions,
There are seven fellas, good gym owners, without prior experience in the type and length that we have 13 days.

GR11 blog site, describes long days and very difficult, which makes it difficult to divide the days rationally to our needs.

I wanted to ask that we make recommendations on places you should really visit, Ordesa and also igoustorts, and the path between them. Towns, places.

In addition, you can find maps on the Web with which you can plan your days to walk in?

Thank you!

Zohar

naty_h  
#6 Posted : Saturday, July 26, 2014 4:40:53 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = sorekzohar; 580732]

Hello and thank you for your replies,

Me your questions,
There are seven fellas, good gym owners, without prior experience in the type and length that we have 13 days.

GR11 blog site, describes long days and very difficult, which makes it difficult to divide the days rationally to our needs.

I wanted to ask that we make recommendations on places you should really visit, Ordesa and also igoustorts, and the path between them. Towns, places.

In addition, you can find maps on the Web with which you can plan your days to walk in?

Thank you!

Zohar

Blog give you orientation and puts you on the map it and see pictures of the same places you asked them here: Specifies the Saint giigus in oharlos de Torla and the points between them if you want to plan buy the book to find out where friendly GR11 distribution easier, to maps from the Internet I do not recommend, though parks profile victims in topographic maps and madrim can purchase better maps of Ordesa full set stores maps in Spanish of the GR11 costs librria euro dsnioul 27 in Madrid can buy And send to wherever in Spain, Madrid or through atrdesa Park has a lot to see you can find here a topic named Park Ordesa, planning and execution across the listed where there is much to see in this start waterfall entrance equina going up the stairs next to a spectacular series of waterfalls from sossao circus and then two goritz ups or via the GR11 bypasses or parata pretty scary  Next there's Ice Cave goritz should check in can go ahead have a arborh mountain, and Monte Perdido glacier as f check if you have climbing experience should use the guidance of Geass de Torla before hitting the road, even at Geass de Torla and the Park you can find lots of information and more ways you can return to Torla in three different ways through oharlos through the mountains to tread another Prata entrance over a giant waterfall 300 feet in height requires experience, too. In climbing and be careful not to through it in rainy day smooth path have Amnon. writing something here in the Forum I'm sure would be glad to give a link, or via the aniscalo Canyon overlooking Monte Perdido is the other side, only this can. spend at least one week, if you pick a Saint de transport giigus to sbininigo and continue East through the snowy regions and Nyos de panticosa tsimo. about eight days and you can get the rest Itay suggested towards agiastorstas or Cut the circus has plenty of options in Guaran? around, and not very expensive attractions such as rafting or kanioning is one of the most beautiful areas I know I understand you should go to the West to reach the break sent to some of the attractions to take advantage of the cheap rpogiot 10 euros per night or camping in Torla to exploit cheap writers vs. Geass de Torla has one to acetidoth and later to the East.

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sorekzohar  
#7 Posted : Saturday, July 26, 2014 7:19:18 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the response annual listed!

You just hold it there's plenty to see every teacher, yet we want to combine.
After a thorough check, makes the most sense for us to get to espot before due arrival time to Barcelona, in order not to waste another day of travel.

A number of detailed reserved too friendly? Or to obtain spitspies to maps stored?

I think I will take your advice and check on them to pull us out of our routine, I'd love more ideas that you know and have done.

Thank you!

Zohar

naty_h  
#8 Posted : Saturday, July 26, 2014 8:52:10 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = sorekzohar; 580736]

Thanks for the response annual listed!

You just hold it there's plenty to see every teacher, yet we want to combine.
After a thorough check, makes the most sense for us to get to espot before due arrival time to Barcelona, in order not to waste another day of travel.

A number of detailed reserved too friendly? Or to obtain spitspies to maps stored?

I think I will take your advice and check on them to pull us out of our routine, I'd love more ideas that you know and have done.

Thank you!

Zohar

Basically there's a problem in terms of travel, since you seven check drive some Kombi if you start from espot beautiful and stay around longer so espot there wherever pin down a lot to see, so of course the program changes and want to continue West from espot after agiastorstas, attractions see website of Geass de Torla

Http://guiasdetorla.com/

A charming area I really like it, you can watch skitoring and snoakiit Group on Facebook every time I upload pictures of another company of Torla agoh niiva Island water and snow
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