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#201 Posted : Sunday, July 27, 2014 10:07:46 PM(UTC)
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Up Potrero de fault LIONG espot is hours of net and Mr. black man. A drop of 600 m to the Lake Saint oriti take hours. Shuttle to mezar espot. The path is not hard.
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#202 Posted : Friday, August 8, 2014 12:13:01 AM(UTC)
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Hi friends. Thanks for all the information the teacher! Next week I'm going to do (most of) the gr11, although with a little friendly's lost among all the Spanish-can you tell me at what point the gr11 went into reserve, and where I'm coming from it to collect "all the beautiful park landscapes?
Thank you very much.
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#203 Posted : Friday, August 8, 2014 4:21:53 PM(UTC)
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(Answering myself, hopefully I'm right) from what I understand, the GR11 leave after RESTANCA, Refugio going South towards returning to Refugio COLOMINA and AMITGES GR11 in Refugio. Is it indeed so? And if you think the awe-inspiring southern than Northern (i.e., one who goes directly from AMITGES RESTANCE COLOMERS way to?

Thank you!

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#204 Posted : Friday, August 8, 2014 4:54:39 PM(UTC)
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Hi Timothy,

I went last year (September) the circular trajectory called Carros de Foc (I guess you know what this is) entirely in igoastorts.

It's kind of hard to answer your question, but I'll try to contribute.

For personal reasons (as explained in circular orbit has made Park) there is a clear difference between the north side "South ל"צד ".

The question is also what you mean exactly on track on the South side. As you probably already saw the Park much more highly networked. Guests will find the northern axis, but I'm not sure exactly what the alternative is.

Do you intend to go, more or less on the CdF until Joseph Maria Chalet Blanc? Then via Col de Monestero to Amitges?

If Yes:

1. my only area of the cabin (J.M. B) worth the detour!

2. the longest route in many direct way (from Restanca to the GR11 Amitges). Therefore, no matter how good, kind of hard to compare. I mean, it's not that the North group "GR11 beautiful or impressive, it's hard to compare the experiences of the section (one day, maybe day and a little) long option (including records like the Contraix Collet de Colomina, cabin, cottage, and one of the JMB peaks above Col de Monestero).

If you're planning a shortened route above the southern ב"חלק"-depending on what exactly the track (and I'm probably not going to introduce him to express an opinion. I did the whole ה"עיגול").

I don't think that helped because I just don't answer to my taste. It's just a matter of time and what are your plans around the igoastorts. How much you want to spend on itself, compared to other areas of the GR11.

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#205 Posted : Friday, August 8, 2014 5:12:27 PM(UTC)
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Hey amber, thanks for the reply.

Schematic of the enclosed map. I understand the GR11 reaches RESTANCA, Al SABOREDO, Al COLOMERS and AMITGES and ESPOT to, from the trail continues East. It called the ה'צפוני part. Why reading ה'דרומי track, meant the axis that goes through don't LLONG COLOMINA and reaches way AMITGES j. m. BLANC.

Because I come from the West and moved East, I don't do all the circular track, but only one of Greece. Click I don't have time, and I'd prefer to see more views, even if it takes me a couple of days.

So from what I understand, what a neighborhood below ה'דרומי part is the way to get to ESPOT RESTANCE from?

And while we're talking. How was the weather over there?

Thanks again

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#206 Posted : Friday, August 8, 2014 5:29:49 PM(UTC)
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The aforementioned track is exactly the .CDF file I did and you can complete the cycle (according to the programmes below) I definitely recommend you, because you have the time (and desire, I'm impressed) going South from Restanca.

The road from Restanca to excellent Ventosa and the cabin itself (it's not a full day's walk in average rate and deviations).

The next section is certainly challenging but rewarding. By Llong cabin should do a small digression into the Lake is right on track.

The section between Colomina Llong to slightly less loved. It's a full day, so you can keep moving or plan a route. Colomina cabin itself however-is wonderful!

Further than this JMB Colomina to another. (You can connect with the day before) but as long as possible to give a destination worth. (I'd settle for a time. Tell us about yourself when you get back).

From JMB to long and wonderful day Amitges. On Monestero there are two options to Col rising to peaks. I picked at Peak and Peguera disappointed!

You actually meet the GR11 Maurici Lake St., so I didn't have to go to Amitges. If you continue to revert you Amitges Lake to get to espot (Lake to espot, but this is far from the highlights of the track). So if you're going to get to אמיטג'ס, consider a walk through of the hatched oariant (which I wasn't, so I can't guest opinion).

The weather we had. Perfect! Blue, blue. Not too hot, not too cold. Not a drop of rain in six days. During the day the temperature much past 20 degrees (except espot itself) and first night (amitg) was cold, not degrees too close to zero for the rest of the night.

This of course is completely a matter of luck and mountains as mountains, anything can happen every day in almost a year. The day after I left a gap where storm and heavy rainfall which lasted several days.

If you are not familiar with my blog-you are welcome:

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#207 Posted : Sunday, August 31, 2014 5:13:26 PM(UTC)
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Hey planned Trek without much changes based on this trek. I wanted to ask the Guest if it's about cool trek to a bunch of young guys but not very experienced and some are not. Would love for you to respond.

So (hopefully there won't be any changes due to different outlets but assuming you might stay in a cabin or two if needed):
The first day-get to espot p.m. and go to John LeBlanc.
Day 2-Blanc kolomina to abuse allegations
Day 3-kolomina Leung
The fourth day (percussion)-Jung to ventosa
Last day Lake ariti ventosa and taxi Jeep.
Reale

Besides wondering, these altitudes can use a hotplate or a nziniia?

Thanks a lot!
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#208 Posted : Sunday, August 31, 2014 11:02:26 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = ofergabai; 581339] Hi planned Trek without much changes based on this trek. I wanted to ask the Guest if it's about cool trek to a bunch of young guys but not very experienced and some are not. Would love for you to respond.

So (hopefully there won't be any changes due to different outlets but assuming you might stay in a cabin or two if needed):
The first day-get to espot p.m. and go to John LeBlanc.
Day 2-Blanc kolomina to abuse allegations
Day 3-kolomina Leung
The fourth day (percussion)-Jung to ventosa
Last day Lake ariti ventosa and taxi Jeep.
Reale

Besides wondering, these altitudes can use a hotplate or a nziniia?

Thanks a lot!

I understand this is your first Trek, at least in Europe, and I think he never risotto.

The less good (some notations are ב"רוג'ומים rocks and waves relatively" little red-and-white check as is customary in Europe) and other trails in Europe where I went.

I would recommend you to do some of the halta via 1 or part of TMB (I think even better but it's a matter of personal taste)

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#209 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2014 12:47:33 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = ofergabai; 581339] Hi planned Trek without much changes based on this trek. I wanted to ask the Guest if it's about cool trek to a bunch of young guys but not very experienced and some are not. Would love for you to respond.

So (hopefully there won't be any changes due to different outlets but assuming you might stay in a cabin or two if needed):
The first day-get to espot p.m. and go to John LeBlanc.
Day 2-Blanc kolomina to abuse allegations
Day 3-kolomina Leung
The fourth day (percussion)-Jung to ventosa
Last day Lake ariti ventosa and taxi Jeep.
Reale

Besides wondering, these altitudes can use a hotplate or a nziniia?

Thanks a lot!

Realistic Division. Today the Blancs kolomina is very short (3-4 hours). Myung to such hard ventosa and gap.

Hard to say if your first Trek cells ("out of practice" and "experienced" is the most subjective definition).

The gas burner. When you plan to travel?

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#210 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2014 1:12:25 AM(UTC)
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Some have made various treks in Scandinavia or Eastern Europe, I did only Israel trail, but not traveled abroad, everyone travelling quite a bit in the country of a few days in the desert or in the North. Most of us army and after we steered and we know how to find רוג'ומים. Don't know how to measure it, how does that mean we're inexperienced.

We begin on 15 September.

The shortest day is that I thought it might be nice to hang around the Lakes.

Really thanks for the responses! Not obviously helps speed

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#211 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2014 10:12:32 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the reports, the preferred target.
Actually, these landscapes attract me more Alpine vistas. Now the classic question-can I travel with a tent?
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#212 Posted : Monday, September 1, 2014 10:58:41 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = ofergabai; 581346]

Some have made various treks in Scandinavia or Eastern Europe, I did only Israel trail, but not traveled abroad, everyone travelling quite a bit in the country of a few days in the desert or in the North. Most of us army and after we steered and we know how to find רוג'ומים. Don't know how to measure it, how does that mean we're inexperienced.

We begin on 15 September.

The shortest day is that I thought it might be nice to hang around the Lakes.

Really thanks for the responses! Not obviously helps speed

I believe. I guess sleeping cabins, so taking a few important weight to enjoy and successful termination.

Prepare an alternative plan depending on the expected weather (e.g. we went 3-4 kolomers due to storm ventosa, then our short day was there).

Have fun and come back to report with updated information and experiences.

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#213 Posted : Thursday, September 4, 2014 6:14:19 PM(UTC)
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Hi! After settlement in espot, I can say that the Park's amazing beauty! There were some really exciting me, lakes and walking difficult name I think it adds to the satisfaction. We slept one night in Refugio (rstanka), and another night at boi that Jung had, and two nights in a tent. I really enjoyed the experience of sleeping in Refugio-perhaps I was expecting something else, but there are a lot of elderly Europeans who think their Sun ID **, and himself was very friendly in rstanka, but they are not ashamed to young bcshsh 10 euros for a bottle of mineral water to dirt road has a great candle that comes right up to the cabin (I drank water from rivers mercy on all the French who were there).
Besides, I really was a wonderful experience.

Of ladies tops-little about someone can explain why there is so much blood floodgates Looks like they have besides creating Lake f, and I can't believe I bother playing just for beauty. In addition, some places traces of a railroad (near kolomina). Does anyone know why?
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#214 Posted : Thursday, September 25, 2014 11:37:10 PM(UTC)
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So I returned a week ago from Spain.


I went with a friend of the carros de foc in four and a half days, excluding the day of arrival and day of return.

Brief specification:

Arrival-day bus ride from Barcelona to espot, espot to Ernest Mallafr? walk. The plan was to go to the cabin Amitges but was full of climbers.

Ernest Mallafr?-to-Colomers was difficult. Until we get through the afternoon on Saboredo and Amitges. Because of a mistake in navigation went about an hour and a half of GR 11 and 1.5 hours return to Saboredo. At 3:30 we on the right track in the pass and then it started to rain. Luckily he stopped. We came to kolomers just in time for dinner.

Monday-Restanca-way to Ventosa Colomers didn't give up on getting to rstanka and back, was worth the effort.

Tuesday-to Estany Llong Ventosa-considered to be the hardest day yet, we reached the cabin around 3:30 pm. Walking is difficult not because the type or length, but because of the bolderim in ascending and descending from apas. Estany Llong at the cabin was full of travelers, but eventually found us a place to sleep.

Estany Llong Wednesday to Josep Maria Blanc through Colomina. The most beautiful day for We arrived at noon kolomina and continued after the lunch hour.

Thursday-Josep Maria Blanc to Ernest Mallafr?-Pic de Peguera climbing, walking back to espot.




* For met many hikers and all types: travel day, atsni (sky runners) and Israeli couple walking the GR11. Israeli travelers there.
Although September is considered the end of the season, and that's why time in places, because multiple people was almost a lack of place (a). It is important to book in advance or to check the status.

* Topographic-the only problem we encountered is the number marking trails, which pass through the same route. I.e. the same Bill but has several ways. Of course, you always find yourself going for less. Overall, the trail is marked with Roger and controls at ntosa, and met in places yellow-colored pages.
From here you can buy a 10 euro in espot in intelligence.

* Cabins – Please note that prices vary. Perhaps because of the nature of the supplies (some huts on foot or helicopter access only).
Prices are around 40 + euros for bed and breakfasts and evening meals, and 50 + euros including picnic.
Josep Maria Blanc cabins Estany Llong, showers with hot water in a coin or token for 5-6 minutes. In Ernest Mallafr? used free (price 2-1).
The most beautiful cabin is undoubtedly Josep Maria Blanc, best meal was I think in Colomers. Estany Llong is the least good.
(From chalets that sleep)

* Equipment and allow to settle for small food pod on the basis or only a light lunch. Bag is not needed. Highly desirable to bring walking sticks. All cabins have Crocs so don't have slippers.

Water-based filling. It is possible to fill water way but also found violations in areas of the trail.



Thanks to all those who explore and post here in the Forum and especially to io_travel, without you it wasn't carried out:)



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#215 Posted : Friday, September 26, 2014 12:20:52 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for reporting. Good to see you writing here.

I think that matters to matter more than Israeli hikers on the trail, this forum also.

Hope its a good impression.

Glad you enjoyed. Feel free to upload some pictures:-)

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#216 Posted : Friday, September 26, 2014 2:20:21 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = HarmonicWave; 581762]

I think that matters to matter more than Israeli hikers on the trail, this forum also.

Hope its a good impression.



Unfortunately I ran into ugly behavior of some Israelis adults c Blanc, (I hope that) were good company.

I'm still working on my album, I get some photos later this week.

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#217 Posted : Sunday, June 14, 2015 11:05:45 AM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone!

My friend and I (27 and 29) flying three weeks 3 days pineras we have to devote to igoastorts Park. Namely, Chariots of fire is not an option for us.

Really wanted to do a 3 day hike or a trek of days and days apart.

Would love to get recommendations on possible. I thought, for example, to make a round Lake maurycy and back to him through the drama to Refugio JM BLANC, Refugio, Refugio LLONG ESTANSY COLOMINA and cut back to maoriti. This track? Is this course for two or three days? If the two are separate track day recommended to do then? Other option is to encrypt Lake maurycy COLOMERS ropachio ropachio RESTANSA, and out of the Park a bus (the bus Park)..

My difficulty in devising the track is that I don't see where in the Park, except for Lake, jeeps have maurycy can get us. Would have to finish a point by refusing to end the park or inside places have jeeps can take us?

Thank you for the watch!

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#218 Posted : Saturday, June 18, 2016 9:39:50 PM(UTC)
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We three recruitment company before going to do the Trek in Spain Aig?estortes. According to the plan we are going with espot watch Greece for five days from AMTIGES and old JM BLANC to the cabins. Site recommendations that you want to go against Greece. Is the path we have chosen (with a clock because Greece full cabins) at a much higher difficulty level or that can be done?
A trip to early July, what gear to take us in a pod?
Many thanks for your help.
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#219 Posted : Saturday, June 18, 2016 11:52:14 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = Yam Yamon; 630158]

We three recruitment company before going to do the Trek in Spain Aig?estortes. According to the plan we are going with espot watch Greece for five days from AMTIGES and old JM BLANC to the cabins. Site recommendations that you want to go against Greece. Is the path we have chosen (with a clock because Greece full cabins) at a much higher difficulty level or that can be done?
A trip to early July, what gear to take us in a pod?
Many thanks for your help.
S

No problem with this direction — see my report on the first page of this thread.

About-not giving an accurate list here, but you don't need much when equipment based on the cabins-try not to go through 4-6 pounds in the pod, and the experience to be more pleasant.

Walking sticks are recommended.

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#220 Posted : Sunday, July 10, 2016 9:02:45 AM(UTC)
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Does anybody have maps of the Park is ready to borrow/rent/sell Thank you

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