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Yosefbitnun  
#1 Posted : Friday, September 25, 2015 12:58:01 AM(UTC)
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Me and two other friends in igoastors October 14th to 11th and we do this day 1-espot to j.m. Blanc
Day 2-j.m. Blanc to colomina
Day 3-from estany colomina to long
4 m long to estany boi
But then we didn't really say what would you think of the track. In terms of difficulty, length 4 day itinerary. If anybody have another four-day itinerary that it recommends we would love to hear.
And another thing how do I get track maps And whether to book cabins on the season you or need.
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HarmonicWave  
#2 Posted : Friday, September 25, 2015 1:28:05 AM(UTC)
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Your first day will take 3-4 hours. The second day, caught 3-4 hours, and your third day in four.

I went both segments.

Map can be purchased at the Office of tourism in espot.

About availability in a quandary here because you don't have all closed. Some leave winter room (beds benches).

The reason they closed it after the end of the season. Several years ago I finished a walk in the Park on Sundays in October and got to the first snowfall of the season.

Consider again whether to go to the mountains this season-that's another story altogether (the tzdkekon lodgings and cooking equipment, changeable weather, etc.).

Besides, there's a very informative thread on the Park recommends.

Yosefbitnun  
#3 Posted : Sunday, September 27, 2015 12:58:30 AM(UTC)
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Actually, I read the website of blank and Yung open dates we're there. But regardless there are maps that can be found on the Internet? Prefer to see more about the track.
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