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HarmonicWave  
#1 Posted : Friday, November 2, 2012 7:55:04 PM(UTC)
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In late September we left 3 members to five-day track at Park-Aguas in torts (one of three national parks in the Pyrenees – two Spanish and one French).
The track we made (out of many possible paths) is based on a circular route known called "Chariots of fire" (http://www.carrosdefoc.com/en), which is held every year where participants race gomas all track day (!).

Here is a map of the route (dawn contributed a full scan of the topographic maps on page 2 of this thread)

The surprised, medium difficulty + level. If you are deploying the more days the difficulty level.
We walked the runway at the end of the season – there was no need to invite the huts, and saw many people on the tracks. We had a great weather, except one day which fell on us snow and hail.
The total route, and every day you can sleep in another cabin. The huts are closed at the end of September but most leave open room for travelers with multiple beds.
Some descriptions of the track, and manage.


Day 1: espot – Joseph Blanc Chalet

We started to walk in late (17) espot and why we need the 1000 metres and some two and a half hours, almost without a break (it is recommended to plan for 3-4 hours climb).

Nice walk through a forest, until we reached the cabin just in time for dinner.


The view from the cabin:



Dinner in fancy cabins and includes appetizer, main course and dessert, too.
There are also options for messages and vegetarian. The meat Dr.


Day 2: Joseph Chalet Blanc – kolomina cabin (3-4 hours)-a young (4.5-6 hours)


The walk is not difficult especially in the views of Alpine Lakes. A selection of great places to picnic stops.










In the second part, kolomina Shack to Jung (4.5-6 hours), one major vendor, and down the other side, when you see dozens of Lakes way.

Railroad in the middle of nowhere:


Yong cabin:





Day three: Byong hut – ntosa hut and (6-7 hours)

Hard day at the track! Is on the map, but on the ground. The difficulty stems in part from the differentials and mostly because of the rugged terrain.
In this section there are long sections of the walk on the giant boulders, and required a great deal of concentration, which slows the pace. Either way – a beautiful day.


Sunrise:


For immigrants:


From there we will:


Fatal decline — thank God for walking sticks:


Field boulders followed by some boulders:


The view from the lodge and ntosa:


Day 4: ntosa hut – kolomers hut and (2.5-3.5 hours)

Due to predictions (hatmmsho) to stormy weather, made an abbreviated day which fell on us constantly residues in various forms (rain, hail and snow).
Some were glad to reach the people of kolomers hut (closed the day before).


At night, the storm passed and the sky cleared:


Day 5: kolomers – espot

After the storm, perfect weather, when snow on the peaks to the stunning.

Walking on the dam:


This friend passed a bit ahead (this is not a dog steps):


Snow blanketed some notations, and made us little Swan:


Her short pass followed by a relatively mild decline by the end of the path:




We are tatzlano and we preferred to pay 5 euros to ride in the Jeep took us the last 10 miles from Lake and the espot Mar?czy.



Manage
Transport: bus from Barcelona to espot costs about 35 Euro per direction (ALSA company). Since we hired a car for 3-6 days at 180 euros (including fuel tank enough). A four-hour drive from Barcelona to espot, way went also paid 12 euros to toll roads).

Cabins
Prices (September 2012) – 17 euro accommodation, dinner, breakfast 15 Euro – 7 euro. Prices vary from cabin to cabin, but it's the right size. We haven't seen that sell staple food huts for hikers (bread, cheese, etc.), so stock up on snacks to last all the way. We also brought the blowtorch and cooking soup or ready-made meals.
The park itself is not allowed to sleep in a tent. We haven't seen how enforcement (met Israeli couple next door travel with a tent). Parts from moving out of the Park, at least two nights you can sleep in a tent.

Maps
You can buy topographic maps in espot or Barcelona (anyway, to date).

Section of the map where we


Orientation markings
Change in level and quality – in places where the track is tangent to 11 GR so track is marked. In others a little less, but overall the uncomplicated orientation (inter alia because of the mountainous terrain).

Typical signage (especially on the main paths):

Time estimates are vigorous walks uninterrupted!

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io_travel  
#2 Posted : Friday, November 2, 2012 8:01:02 PM(UTC)
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What a beauty!!! This route is high on my list (just for the opportunity to have a short vacation). Thanks for the review and pictures.
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#3 Posted : Saturday, November 3, 2012 2:12:56 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = io_travel] beautiful! This route is high on my list (just for the opportunity to have a short vacation). Thanks for the review and the images


Thank you!
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#4 Posted : Sunday, November 4, 2012 12:45:29 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the details and images. Looks like a great track to add to the list.
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#5 Posted : Sunday, November 4, 2012 11:38:16 AM(UTC)
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I'm joining recommendation
I went in September this thing rafiog ESTANY LLONG JM BLANC through to VENTOSA
The section from Blanc to wonderful and hard Llong However the deal until he not only difficult but Ventosa dangerous
The trail is not marked on the bolderim and some of them tend to move freely
The band caused a landslide that almost killed that rose from the other side.
Just been there two days but very fun.
ylivny  
#6 Posted : Sunday, November 4, 2012 8:28:39 PM(UTC)
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I also joined.

We walked the entire route in early September 2009. We had great weather.

Agree with my predecessor regarding the difficulty of the Trek. In total it's not hard to track some day between Ventosa and Llong. The difficulty of this day is not only a relief but it or along a fairly long piece should go, my field boulders without the Bill. The field also becomes increasingly steep until the last section is very steep. Also the downhill on the other side of the pass (as distinguished from HarmonicWave and Amnon we against Greece which means you watch "the terminator", shtilum bolderim only see the last part of the boldria, we had to go).

However it is important to clarify that there is nothing to panic today. In total taking into account progress it will be slower than on the map.

Jonathan

P.s.
Carros de Foc-Chariots of fire and iron for carriages.
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#7 Posted : Monday, November 5, 2012 2:54:16 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = ylivny]
P.s.
Carros de Foc-Chariots of fire and iron for carriages.


Thanks for the patch, I got confused. (By the way anyone who asked knew what name)

Indeed, in her infamous drop we had to wait 5 minutes until our kayakers from all (surprisingly fast) pass us by, and ndrder stones.

BTW what Amnon-reporting itinerary that went around this year?

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#8 Posted : Monday, November 5, 2012 9:08:10 AM(UTC)
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Nice pictures! Absolutely beautiful area
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#9 Posted : Monday, November 5, 2012 11:56:23 AM(UTC)
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I prefer not to report when it comes to parts of routes
By September 5 days on 2 days of HRP in igoastorts and two GR11 Park Ordesa.
The objective was to examine feasibility for a walk full on HRP or future GR11
Eventually impressed to also check for abuse and the view in General. I don't think I put there in time.
Compared to the alpine landscapes of Switzerland, Italy, France and Austria it falls short.
2 out of 3 cabins where they slept worse. ESTANY LLONG at igoastorts and had a primitive GORIZ Ordesa
But one still held her breath and is the Valley of Ordesa km occure before coming to horse tail waterfall
I've been to a lot of valleys and it is one of the most beautiful I've ever seen.

At this point I'm talking about.


By the way, we met a lovely couple Israel goris (Capra and her husband-the right couple) who went a few days in the area. If anyone knows, that gives Hello.

Next year come back to hatzvati reactor at half-turn integrated WHR Matterhorn.

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#10 Posted : Monday, November 5, 2012 12:37:39 PM(UTC)
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Here are some pictures of the face.




This pass



Almost there ...



And this is the view from the top

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#11 Posted : Monday, November 5, 2012 1:24:31 PM(UTC)
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Amnon-Ordesa Valley definitely.
Regarding the point that brought both of course subjectivity – for example marking the trails and cabins are not major considerations. The scenery however is another story, and the following tours focus more on specified areas and take a break from which I judge myself.

Ylivny. adding images certainly describe the desperation each time revealed to another field boulders we cross have some similar problems.
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#12 Posted : Monday, November 5, 2012 2:58:02 PM(UTC)
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Amnon, let Nepal to צ׳אנס. Believe me you won't be disappointed (I felt exactly what you mentioned about the scenery in the Pyrenees is beautiful, but not fell at nothing ...)
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#13 Posted : Monday, November 5, 2012 7:54:49 PM(UTC)
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Of course there's a difference between the kind of scenery in this area of the Pyrenees and the classic Alpine landscape (Switzerland, France, Austria) and between the Himalayas or the Dolomites or the Alps.

And, in those who love the Alps and Himalayas I still highly recommend this trek. I found it beautiful.

Here are more pictures from the trip in 2009 maybe the tshchnana's Chandler!

Sunday





Monday (decline)





Tuesday









Wednesday







J.M. Blanc Chalet is situated in a wonderful location



Thursday







Friday



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#14 Posted : Monday, November 5, 2012 8:01:29 PM(UTC)
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Wow-great picture!
I'm convinced!
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#15 Posted : Monday, November 5, 2012 8:51:43 PM(UTC)
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Certainly a matter of taste

And taste do not argue.

I personally enjoyed less in the Pyrenees (4 days TREK Aguas torts).

Lunar landscape was to my taste, non bolderim fields ends pretty sour on the walk, the spartanis problem and DNA in refugios together connect the experience nice and made one more.

There is nothing to compare to Alta via (although it has fewer elves and green water of both) but for quality, excellent markings and the excellent rafiog no less crucial to the flavors and add up to an amazing experience and one gram.

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#16 Posted : Monday, November 5, 2012 9:01:27 PM(UTC)
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But there is no doubt that this work stirs memories.

Ylivny-the Lake that appears first on your place. "


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#17 Posted : Monday, November 5, 2012 11:51:10 PM(UTC)
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Ylivny-nice pictures!

Yuval – it is about taste and smell. The negative side that accompanies in luxurious cabins and der marking samples is multiple people (of course, it also depends on season, day of week and other factors).

For me to go in and meet individual travellers every day (and lack of) contributes to my walking experience.
I am aware of and benefits from social aaintractia in but I enjoy walking more sparsely itself people.
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#18 Posted : Tuesday, November 6, 2012 12:01:34 AM(UTC)
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People upload pictures here at national geographic and I'm almost tempted to go there again.
Maybe I had strayed and went elsewhere.
I'm not big on boulders walks by a dubious mark of impromptu rogomim
In the Ordesa's don't even have marked trail.
There is only kolisim navigation and consulting with other travelers.
Some fog and everything.
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#19 Posted : Tuesday, November 6, 2012 2:01:10 AM(UTC)
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If everyone acted with their photos so I will too:

The same Lake in 2007:


Kolomers from the Tuc Summit circus de Ratera


Amnon-I think you missed a bit, "Alpine zone" of the Pyrenees is a French National Park of Gavarnie West, distinction of this (in addition to aramonik already pointed out loneliness) is the diversity of the landscapes, 7 days of crossing the Park you pass the krstis views of the area of Scone and pic d ' anie:


Through the red mountains of Mont Rouge and granite cliffs of the pic du midi d ' ossau:


The glaciers of oiniimel and Gavarnie Circus:





And thals, each cabin that is not in the Dolomites you can tell she's not in standards of the Dolomites.
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#20 Posted : Tuesday, November 6, 2012 2:47:39 AM(UTC)
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Me wrote:
On each cabin that is not in the Dolomites you can tell she's not in standards of the Dolomites. What's right is right!

Friends (harmonica and all the rest), this post is very nice and informative Visual. He does a lot of respect for Spanish Pyrenees
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