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#1 Posted : Monday, June 24, 2013 7:25:33 AM(UTC)

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In summer 2007 I spent 26 days in the Pyrenees, 22 of them on foot and 20 of them on H.R. P (from 42 of the) long track, and highlighted in the Pyrenees.

I try here to tell him.

The natural border prenas are between France and Spain, spread over 430 km in the Atlantic Ocean in the West to the Mediterranean Sea in the East. Pirani landscape is diverse, the green hills of the Basque country in the West, through the Alpine scenery of the high granite cliffs and the water of the Catalan Pyrenees (the famous agoastorts Park). The Pyrenees are not high mountains and around (certainly not in Europe and not in the Iberian Peninsula)-high peak Anton that rises yearly m, height funny in terms only a few peaks Alpine ridge decorated with glaciers, and only three parks (2 in France and one in Spain) defined them. For these reasons the far less toierim a high ahiiham North East (the Alps), and that (in my opinion) one of the greatest novelty, are falling, views and routes which do not fall in the level of difficulty from other ridges moved them (the Alps). Unlike the Alps, not completing a pass 1000 m meeting travellers there.

Hiking trails and parks
As Western European mountain range, also networked on the numerous hiking trails, in addition to shorter routes.
The three parks are: agoastorts (Aiguestortes), Ordesa (Ordesa y Monte Perdido natural) and Des Pyrenees French Spanish.
Two Spanish national parks are smaller than the little Frenchman is given to Ordesa cross in two days (or longer) Park is located in the central Pyrenees and access called Torla. Agoastorts is a little bigger, they access the public areas in the East and come to the West, is at the Northwest corner of Catalonia, he published several big lakes (over 300), you can enclose it in five to seven days, and in addition he networked with many routes, thanks to its proximity to Barcelona it's tole very area season reservations in advance.

Circus Park Aguas kolomers torts:

French Park is the largest park in the Pyrenees, it is over the border in the central Pyrenees and his half long West to East about 9 days.
The village is famous Gavarnie and Gavarnie circus, bordering to the North with the Spanish Ordesa impressive glacial Valley, where is Europe's highest waterfall (approx. 400 m).

Passing along the three routes, all departing from Basque country on the Atlantic Ocean in the West and ends in the Mediterranean Sea on the East Coast (or vice versa). Two known routes are GR10 GR11 French and Spanish, trying to reach all the interesting point (each in Arezzo) while maintaining logistical convenience for exploring (and villages almost every night on the GR10 seem a little more). Both these routes are marked all lengths and can be described as a hut to hut (GR11 misses here and there).
The third route is called the H.R.P.

The H.R. route P
This is a course that attempts to preserve the watershed, and move as close to the high peaks, the track does not relate to the international border and try to take the most beautiful pieces from each of the two national routes (and GR11 GR10).

The notation for navigating:
The track has its own check, and although this is marked on the map, he sometimes goes the route of one of the runways and sometimes local routes, sometimes he follows רוג'ומים and a few pieces of amatiil it also requires to find his way. Maps can easily be found in large cities or villages. There are two best practices-French IGN (maps 1:50000 and 1:25000) Institut Cartografic de Catalunya and the Spanish/Catalan (maps 1:50000), I personally loved the Catalan maps, but they don't cover the whole route.

Accommodation and food:
Not every word can be found sold him head probably (unless you carry one), and there are fragments of a week from village to village. The combination of these two requires walking with high weights (and food supplies for a week), I basically tried not to go with food for days and four long passages built cabins food when he can. Availability of cabins along the route varies in the parks in Alpine standards (in terms of distance) — usually the distance is half a day's walk, which allows to build on lunch at the lodge, cabin days noon you can take sandwiches or picnic bag the night. But, outside of the parks available down to once every two days, in the Basque country is less a problem that reach more villages, but in the Pyrenees, in areas outside the parks, this could be a problem. Lag in costs vary with the area (summer ' 07) French Park is 15 euro, great dinner will cost 10 € and 15 additional breakfast 5 euro. A beer costs € 2. In some higher rates agoastorts and can get 20 euros per night. Outside of parks can be found cheaper huts. The cabins offer hot meals, a bed (or a bunk) and blankets, only one met in hot water. Overnight camping in villages costs 5 euros and 3 person tents (i.e. one person and one tent € 6-10, 9-15 euro and tent together). The camping houses are high and include other than a piece of grass-hot water, toilets, electricity and a restaurant or Caf?. No problem traveling with tent, although there are restrictions on camping, but they refer to camp for a few days and there is a kind of evasion of accomadation. In agoastorts Park at the tent is forbidden (but the track passes only one night), the only Frenchman to stay near Leiden has cabins, but you can camp during the night if you are an hour's walk from the village or a cabin. (No track passing through the Spanish Ordesa Park). Except for a few days (see separate announcement) the problem of water, I usually went with liters of shlocr back to ups and related iron out occasional factions.

I traveled by the Haute Route in Beautiful book of British Cicerone

The book he offers side trips, climbing peaks and routes to bypass difficult parts requiring equipment. Except 8 described in the book and simply isn't enough detail not encountered errors in the description of the island track. According to the best of my knowledge this is the only book in English that covers the entire track, Trail Blazer has checked out a book that describes the three long routes in the Pyrenees, but focuses mainly on GR10 GR11 again. I know that there is also a book in French, but not all encountered people who met a friendly stroll with. I went with the 2004 Edition and in 2009 left the second edition made changes in some days, some days the problem I mentioned. In 2012 another edition updates have been added, you can see the book in Google Books

And company:
I went to the track only (due to the cancellation of last-minute partner) and built on networking with other travellers, ultimately the only traveler to Member was a member of the country join me, not many are going on this path and less doing it alone, I've had a couple of days I haven't met anybody walking during the day and only during one day or two days our (me and a friend join me) to other travelers. The track is not isolated, but most visitors are local tourists traveling on weekends and vacations, very few hikers walking along the entire route, I met three or four couples who have lengthy sections or the entire route. Notice here I wouldn't recommend to do the track alone there are several days of Retrospect wouldn't be repeated only.

Season and weather:
The recommended time for the Pyrenees is June to September, but in June the high potentially passim and September often stormy weather. The route reaches the Pyrenees midweek II so you can start in mid-June and early July to higher areas. Basically, the weather is changeable and prenas in summer there are many rainy days, I personally got out cheaply and except for four to five days the weather was wet. Reasonable temperatures, except for two nights when the temperature dropped to below freezing temperature range from 5° to 20° on rainy nights in sunny days in June and September temperatures can drop. Typically in the Basque country near the ocean wet and rainy weather, and should take into account the mist descends on the area in the afternoon (around 5). In the eastern region near the Mediterranean Sea, warmer weather (I didn't come to this area). Summer days are long, the sun rises at around 6:00 and 9:30 descending, 10 a.m., at first a bit difficult to get used to it in terms of planning your day, but keep in mind that light up to ten stores in villages close by 7 to get better cabins to get anywhere, so it's best to start their days early and finish them in the light and not rely on sunlight hours.

Difficulty level
This is a difficult and demanding course that requires the ability to walk with weights, long days (9-13 hours in total), I think the wrong measure of e-day short in pounds is usually a long day in the heights (i.e. a lot of ups and downs), the easy days are long days, I reckon the average height difference per day is 1000 m, and usually sleep at night more or less the same height (meaning that most immigrants have also come down). Who do all the track gets a few days adjusting in the Basque country (the first difficult day is day 7 in the book), who decides to do only part of the track, you may want to plan a few days adapting at first (weight, walking). I started in the village ronsswayis (Roncesvalles)-day 5 (and certainly recognized the adekunle pilgrims), and I added yet another calm day (i.e. starting on day 4 of the book). I'm not practicing, but I travel quite a bit and this is not my first time with weights on their backs, though I would recommend to those who practice time and certainly for those who are not experienced in long walks. I bypassed the sections defined in the book as difficult (i.e. require snow equipment), mainly due to the weight and the fact that I went alone, but the track I went through was very difficult. (Problematic message days later)

My bag weighed 18 pounds at the airport – i.e. 20-25 pounds with food and water.
It is very heavy, you can lose weight, get fit gear Kenya up to 3 pounds (not bought equipment specifically for this track and some of the dated equipment was not suitable-for example sleeping bag-10 degrees each, and constraints.), but it was not heavy in relation to the other people who went on the track more than a week and a half (i.e. not those who came this weekend in the mountains and go from Hut to Hut).
* Tent accommodation equipment launched hot bedroom-5 degrees comfort should do in July and August.
* Large backpack-65-70 liters
* Walking sticks
* Snow equipment (crampons and axe) there are several sections and summits require this equipment but you can bypass those scenes for those who prefers to avoid excess weight (I didn't).
* Storm suit
* Warm clothing
Additional equipment-see standard equipment list.

Forest in Basque country:

Right border France: clouds and sunny Spain left day 7:

The limestone mountains of scenery Pic d ' Anie day 8:

Granite cliff of the Pic du Midi d ' Ossau French Park:

The Western side of the oiniimel (Vignemal):

Oiniimel's East side at dawn:

Ponds in Arwad (Barroude):

The Western side of the colored Posets (near posets):

Waterfalls in the y (Estos) near the town of Nazca (Bensque):

Overnight accommodations on the shores of Lake alaibiarna (Valhibierna):

Mldeta-Ridge high in the Pyrenees:

Estany de Mar in the Northwest end of agoastorts:

Lake Estany de Mar De la Restanca and the mldeta Ridge in the background:

The old village centre of economic activity:


The track I did:

Troubled days in my opinion.
I'm particular about problematic days, more relevant to those who have already decided to quit, according to the numbers of days are described in a book published by a friendly went (first edition 2004).

Day 7 (Col Bagargui to Refugio Balegua) is a very long day (it took me 13 hours total) and split it (great book), Refugio de Belagua listed at the end of the day it is abandoned and we should build on, as well as throughout the climb to the top on this day no water.

Day 8 (Refugio Balegua to Lescun) is problematic, it is difficult to orient school to go by and check rarely describe the path enters the thicket, and after he leaves he comes to view space, it is very difficult to find the exact location on a map (although clearly walking in Wadi hard to extend the distance up to Paz), to pass several "baths" that make it difficult to orient and make important whenever you climb to the pass Ultimately, the pass very wide runway which is unclear, I climbed the wrong way and had to "fix" it hops on boulders with a bag of 20 kg. In addition to all those throughout the day no water until after the pass, except I wasn't aware and thus I got stuck without water for about two hours until we reached shlogieth in winter. Everyone I met that day and complained and I would recommend to circumvent it.

Note: in 2009 a new edition out to tell her that the route in this area, and 8 day 7 and split 2

Day 12 (Refuge to Refuge de Larribet de Pombie) is also a very long day type total approximately 1500 m and fall of approx. 1350 m ascent on this day is exhausting and includes both passim., pass other very narrow (slot width of two people) and the descent is steep and East receives.

Even days 13 and 14 are not exactly family tour.

On Day 19-22 (Refuge de Hospital de Vielha Viados to) I gave up because they're demanding snow equipment are very difficult but a number did not track these days, although less pretty and less challenging (walking on the path of the GR11) but this is a good solution for those who want to avoid the hard part.

I went off on day 24 (stopped in Colomers Refugi de) and cut South through the village, agoastorts Park, espot

Sections are recommended for anyone who doesn't have enough time for the route:
The French ParkUN-Lescun (nice village in France) to Gavarnie (seven days) or from Candanchu (ski resort in Spain) and Gavarnie (five days with combination of Ordesa Torla Park and finish in Spain in two days), the possibility to combine a number of peaks largely track side trips passing through France. This is not easy at all with at least one vendor has decreased from 1000 to 1500 m, so based on accommodation in cabins (possible) and in General to get him in good shape.

From Benasque to Gavarnie (4) section a bit easier and less mtweir in France and half in Spain, but including some sections of walking on dirt roads (half a day in the village of Parzan).

From Vihella to Espitau de Parzan (five days), the hard part of the HRP (I did only a day and a half of it), it passes through the northern side of the Maladeta Ridge high in the Pyrenees ranges and high number passim may be covered with snow even in late summer so be sure to do with gear (axe and campons), you can combine several types of mldeta peaks, Pic de Aneto the highest peaks of the Pyrenees.

Another recommended route (not the HRP) is the surrounding park Aiguestortes (five to seven days)

That's the track I demonstrated, brought the kmz file and kml file of images for accurate 3D too: hrp.rar

With me.

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Restoring some of the responses to a message's

Ouch that hurts, ' Why us? * All due respect.
Add information about fitness, which takes The trained especially for Some cabins have? In payment? What's in? What about your comment that you were doing excerpts only? Medical problems, difficulty in relation to Israel? In ishonl gas?
Some go as far as daily average heights? Miles?
Haven't found your equipment list equipment Forum.

There's my equipment list on the Forum, it refers to the basic list for long, mentioned only the specific details about the equipment I think.
About-cooking proponents for the gas bnzinia that I can't help, I burned a little less than two gallons of gasoline, and there was no trouble finding in the villages.
Regarding the other questions I've updated the first post

On :
Wow, what a beauty. I really enjoyed reading this post, and see all the pictures. I now look in pikashoov to see the rest.
About the Google image-can I please get the file with the points shown there? This track you clicked, or those points found online? I still break my head how to read the data from the logger adeta.

Kmz file made of the first message.

May I know which tent use, and what society's weight?

I have MSR tent-ZOID 2 tunnel tent weighs 2,500 2.1 kg and has an option for construction when Tharp weighed 1.3 kilograms (I use it for walks in the country).

They stopped making it last year, but I think lpidot still selling it overpriced.
You can see it in one of the photos.

Hello to everyone!
I plan to go to the Pyrenees for HRP +-August and are interested in answers to the following questions:

1. water should go?
2. how long have water source as possible to purify it? (Did you even need to clear in most places)
3. is it possible to find maps in towns while walking? Or should be equipped?
4. does the trail marked comfortably or not?

Besides, I would like for another tip.
Thank you very much,

1. it depends on the day, but with no more than a liter and a half, I had only one day, but the track was moved from this day in 2009 of a friendly guide.
2. I rarely water is simple, most days have frequent water sources if the friendly manual is listed there in relation.
3. allow, I didn't do it, I'm not sure all the villages on the road you can find maps, but in large towns and tourist villages (as in Nazca and Gavarnie) no problem to find maps.
4.! The trail is not marked at all. For although HRP in the almost absolute control over routes, no marking. Egypt is among the GR10 to GR11 and certain parts going on independent tracks (most of them are marked with Spanish or French markings, but there are also sections that are marked with a rogue), in general it requires a little more other routes navigability.

-+42 track day (excluding excursions), you will need to complete more than August.
Who you're dating? How your fitness/you? How about equipment? (Channel list).

Here HarmonicWave:
there's excellent post on the trail with lots of pictures and information. She also wrote another post about the equipment they use. -Route seems to enjoy.

I usually come here for the just add.
For water filter, they are great anywhere as long as they are in a good flow.
Maps will always come prepared but the quantity is greater than gravity.
Wherever or shelter Camping fee will also have maps of the area, here the island certainty about the map but there are always found.
Another possibility is when meeting hikers in the opposite direction, we can ask what maps are no longer needed. A matter of luck.

As I continue to read about the prinas I understand you very flexible Ridge You can go for the HRP decide that you jump just to GR 11. How great.
It is a trek from the dream. But I have a hard time with the concept of an unmarked Trek.
I'm not here to mess around and navigate with a compass-it mentions the army too much for my taste.
Some question the HRP relies on well-marked trails others, anyone can give an estimate?

The path is marked, but not its own check and need to know how to read a map to go on?

Mm very interesting. Type of challenge. To me, it makes sense to buy the book in English before going into orbit?

Join the number. I'm debating whether to go or to hrp Gr11. I realized that the book is not critical to gr11. Whether the same is true for hrp-
Whether dealing in an attempt to stay on the trail is rough? Is it possible to start the gr11 and replace to hrp? They start them?

Arthur, I recommend to buy the book, especially if you are not sure of your navigation links.

Barak, the HRP begins on the route of the GR10 in Hendaye, his passing two weeks mostly in France, but as a rule it passes along the border so that the distance between the HRP to unacceptable GR11 day walk almost nothing, beyond them is quite possible. I haven't found myself dealing with a lot of attempts to stay on the path, one day (off the track in the new edition of the book) I take it worse, other days I remember no special difficulties, if you go with the book and map you won't run into trouble.

A. lidor:
Yesterday I returned from apirnais, 21 days earlier than expected due to a slight stumble and colorful crash on Vallon d ' Agyues Tortes, France, in the middle of the HRP route (Haute Randonn?e Pyr?n?enne shortcut).

Unfortunately I didn't get to-Salardu, so new to the letter with me on track I have (except for information about French rescue services and hospital in Tarbes), but try to arrange the material and my insights from orbit in the coming days and upload here. Big-hard, challenging and very impressive and beautiful.

I'm with dislocated grounded body still, I believe you get it fast.

The article's pretty comprehensive, so treat mainly to track changes in the 2009 Guide and how my suggestions about the track:

Comments, suggestions and changes to the 2009 guide of Cicerone

-The full course was extended from 45 days to 42. Several days when the author decides to split long days on two separate occasions. Another day was added in the fourth part of the track, in Andorra, due to changing course.

Days 7 and 8 that are problematic-for days in 2009 they were split into three days, long days early the third day. Two nights in the middle (IE after 7 and 8 in the Guide 2009) unmanned places old (empty cabin at 7 just anywhere to open tent at 8).
Also the trickiest day 8 solved mostly because through new markup is selected (I rely on the number and unfortunately I wasn't the original track on that day due to bad weather and problems with partner's knees).

Day 11 (12 in the Guide 2009) (Candanchu to Refuge de Pombie)-a beautiful day it is recommended to add day and diversions. In splitting near Lac Casterau to continue North to Lac d ' Ayous, sleep in a tent near the Lake (or on the nearby Refuge d'art Ayous). It's worth the climb in the afternoon or before sunset to Pic d ' Ayous. The next day, back on track and continue to go to Refuge de Pombie.

Day 12 (13 in the Guide 2009) (Refuge to Refuge de Larribet de Pombie)-as me writing. In bad weather it is not advisable to go through the Passage, there is a bypass Orteig. Additionally, you can divide the day into two parts and staying in Refuge d ' Arremoulit-I did it because the weather deteriorated when I got to the cabin. Must take into account that small hut (slightly) and although allowed to put beside her tent is Rocky area that is hard to find a good place.
The second part of the day (Col du Palas and Port du Lavedan) is strongly recommended in bad weather.

14 day guide 2009 (Refuge to Refuge de Larribet Wallon). If you divide the day before, so not to have a short half day (Refuge to Refuge de Arremoulit d ' Larribet), you can go down to Cabane de Doumblas (small cabin powered) and industrious can compare with the track up the Valley Valle d '-Arrens Labassa level there are tent, and you can also climb to Remoulis Lacs de Lakes-Lakes, not far from Port lily-livered Gringo de la Peyre-Saint-Martin has a near stream , Approximately 30 meters to the right (you can't miss because it is the only lawn suitable for tent).
Whoever gets to Refuge Wallon and rather isolated in the tent, it is advisable to continue for an hour and a half to Lac d ' Arratille-great places to tent the Southeast side of the Lake (2 minutes from the trail). Very strong wind at night!

15 guide 2009 (Wallon Refuge to Refuge de Bayssellance)-light day as he specifies in the Guide. Who sleeps in the Lake the day before saving a little climbing (on this day has a 1400 m). Near the end of the day cabin (Bayssellance) there are not many good places for tent (some) but you can continue a little the next day (down in the Valley) and tent places (I've seen quite a few that did it, I slept in the cabin).

Sorry about the accident and hope you get better soon

It's a shame to hear that you didn't finish.
Where and how did you fall? Rising to Larribet? This is definitely one of the terrifying descents I went! I crashed there, too, in my case was just property damage.

A. lidor:
Not the most despicable thing that hatrskati instead just not complicated:
Vallon Aygues Tortes, but close (and some time) to Refuge de la Soula, after the steep decline of apas. There was a brief segment of a few meters of steep rocks and slipped on one of the rocks. I didn't take the Exchange path GR 11 between Gavarnie to slardo, after consulting with several keepers and experienced travelers have learned of them in the second half of August (and snow) not much snow in the mountain passes, and you can do without equipment. The weather was good too. To avoid leshotam alone (they still steep and dangerous) meant to work with people and with cabin. It sucks that hatrskati on the first day of the four days, just before the peak.

-Well next year had to complete the course.
And I think I was lucky that just crossed to France in Spain--I don't think I would come back to me so quickly. Siesta, nyna etc. French rescue services are really good.
There really didn't show, I moved there in early July and took the risk of snow in passim.
It really should be the most beautiful section of the route, I still fantasize about doing it.
The dimensions:
Hello everyone. After reading the post and infomation on the Web, my idea of magic from coast to coast trip in some conditions.
Descriptions and pictures of me hypnotized me and I decided to take the issue of my next project.
The thing is I want to for the hrp from beginning to end (coast to coast) and as I understand this is about 800 kilometers or approximately 50 days.
I wonder what the average cost of a trip like this, assuming that I'm going to sleep (as possible) and cooking meals myself. Of course, free flights and equipment.
Thanks for help and I'm glad I found this Forum
Basically the entire track is just over 40 days, if you add a weekly rest day and some climbing or years already closer to 50 days.
As I figured, the HRP with tent, I went to bed (a cabin/Lodge) overnight to 2 per week (days, bad weather, did not allow camping). A night in the cabin without food costs about 15 euros, at a little more, i.e. on average (overreacted) approximately 20-30 euros per week or 3-4.5 euros per day.
If cooked food will cost you only 10 euros per day (or less). It adds, cabins, meals and villages if you want to splurge (€ 15, dinner no. 10 euros), maps (€ 7-10).
Good thing you're here with me. We ordered and we leave on the 17th French Park. From there continue probably to Torla.
If all goes according to plan (stay free days)-which would you recommend peaks to climb?
We do but don't mean frenzied to get technical equipment (crampons, ice axes). Maybe better would you recommend to proceed on the Hrp-
Can get from gavarnie to refuge de pineta and then cross to the Ordesa Torla reserve?

Hey dawn, two days after Gavarnie on Nice HRP but not impressive today, but follows a little long and ends at Parzan, Spain (a small town, there must be away to Barcelona, but haven't tried it). In my opinion (not done this way but it's not just the price compared in area) would rather climb to Breche de Roland to go to finish in Ordesa Torla-it should be a beautiful route (I think asafbash did it last year). The refuge de pineta, I don't know.

About equipment-equipment for hire in Gavarnie and climb one of the peaks in the area I plan to climb to the circus that Le Taillon Gavarnie (long day or two days with overnight accommodation in Gavarnie Sarradets if going back to, if you leave a small portion of Torla climb to), but the climb was bad weather and had to give up and return the hired equipment the evening before (the Nice even returned our money).

You can climb to Vignemal (requires equipment, Gavarnie, it takes 3 days for a day and two days on the road), pass by and it will Trek go the same way three times, ask Arthur to the Petit-Vignemal he climbed it.

I uploaded to Pimene-requires no equipment (2800 m), climb the Gavarnie in one day (I climbed there along the way, I haven't returned to the village) and Sean in a hut at the Summit.

Is there away peripheral views.

This whole area in more challenging and very different views of forested valleys or fabric used to after a few weeks of a trip to Europe.
The GR 10 not included in area of iniomel/gabarani but I took three days of departure that I heard you can climb up on some.

BTW I slept at the foot of the rafiog ' oiniomel, I woke up this morning I got on the Summit and after irdmati I go to the village of gabarani.
I remember myself there in the dark at about 10 pm, find a pizzeria open and perched on pizza and beer. A very long day.

Petit Vignemal this Summit we can climb without special equipment. You can even leave your bag on the saddle and Summit.
Should be careful and not easy to use. Get in and sit on the top that opens incredible views.

Institutions on the Summit of a high Vignemal 100 meters have to cross a glacier. But you'll need crampons/ice axe/rope/some/others experience you for walking. I was traveling alone and had to stay on and take a look at.


Hi to those interested! Last summer (2012) went the HRP, crosses the Pyrenees from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea.
First I want to thank the Forum and all who replied to my questions and helped me before the Trek, thank you!
Because it is already pretty thorough breakdown on the forum for I just want to add some updates of the directory of cicerone.
The path went from late June until late August. I walked by a guide, cicerone in English 2009, days 1-42 (out of 45).

Very important thing I found is in the map of the manual there are two maps are completely unnecessary! The map published by IGN which is published by Editorial Alpina are supposed to cover the transition between the first two maps of Rando Editions (Basque country no. 1 and no. 2) but perfect overlap between these and why IGN and Editorial Alpina. So that to all the required maps for 10 by Rando Editions listed in the Guide.

The Refugio you should be at the end of the day 23 (Refugio de Vielha Hospital) closed in the last two years but opens new, 800 m south of the so-called old Conangles Refugio (Refugio great!) and his phone number is the same number of sleeping close to appearing in the Guide. To get going on the main road South to the tunnel, approximately 1000 meters to the West, a bill on the bridge over the river parallel to the road and there is the cabin.

Beyond these two changes pretty Manual updated, except for some inventions of food in villages along the way and so to ask a few days ago not to rely totally on the Guide.

I highly recommend the frenzy for and would love to help anyone who needs it. Besides I was in Sierra Nevada in late November and the weather was amazing!

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Thanks Amnon.
It's what I always had the feeling to come back to prinas to do the HRP someday.
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I don't think Arthur. After GR10 think we need to move on.
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