The walker has a choice of three paths from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean along the length of the Pyrenees. The most northerly, the Pyrenean Way, officially . Brian Johnson’s revised guide to hiking the Spanish GR11 will be published by Walking the GR11 (Senda Pirenaica) in what is the earliest date to avoid. GR Senda Pirenaica [GR] – Wandermap is one of the largest collections of hike routes on the web. Hike routes can be mapped or uploaded from GPS.
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Enjoy your twitter posts. My first is in walking, but under the sea. And will I be able to use the toilets of pirenica without actually staying there important stuff? Could you please let me have more info.
Most of the possibilities for shelter are marked on the map but please let me know if there is anything missing from the more complete list, below. Pirenaicw Steve, Me and my partner are planning a trip to the Pirebaica in the Spanish Pyrenees in the beginning of September.
Vous pouvez aussi vous abonner sans commenter. Mail will not be published required. Ask about Manel the shepherd, and go and see the ice house. This is when the thunderstorms start if there are going to be any.
Map of the Senda Pirenaica, Spanish GR11
It would be helpful if I can have a copy of the vector map for my personal use. Perhaps further inland would be more appropriate. Hi Steve I have enjoyed reading all your information on here! There you will be able to see one of the few remaining glaciers of the Pyrenees. I guess you will be following the GR11 trek. You mentioned a train station… So please ignore my latest email. On the other hand I have walked from Estos to Portillon and last g from Soula to Portillon which takes in part of the same route.
Something that would give us a great taste of the mountains. Do you think these walks are reasonable or are they extremely strenuous?
Pitenaica from Espingo you could walk on the GR10 to Luchon On zenda other hand you could drive to the Hospice to France and climb up to the refuge de Venasque and come back the same way the next day having been up to the frontier to see Aneto oposite, the highest peak in the Pyrenees.
It would be great if you could send me the high resolution version. The others are shown in orange. Hi Julian There are several options not far from Fos. What section might be good? At the Coll del Pou m above sea level you will see a gate on the fence which marks the frontier, with the Pou de la Neu signposted. Hi Toby Unfortunately very few staffed refuges in the mountains are open at this ssnda of year. You can leave a comment below, or trackback from your own site.
In a week you could expect to walk from Hendaye pirenaiva St-Jean-Pied-de-Port, both of which have train stations; or in three days from Banyuls to Arles-sur-Tech, at the other end, from where you can get a bus back to the coast. New Sendda Bighorn Sheep.
Any suggestions on a hike I should do and if I can stay in refugees in October? From the Alpujarras, to the south it looks like a big potato: If you stray off the route they will be very little help — the scale 1: If you want to put it on the web or use it for a publication please come back to me.
Hi Jemma, The best way of crossing the Pyrenees from Luchon is to take a taxi or hitch from Luchon to the Hospice de France refuge and then climb up to the Portillon de Benasque and down the other side to La Besurta or the Hospital de Benasque. As for starting at the beginning of June, pirenaida you had done that this year seenda would have run into problems after 2 weeks max.
I would think Hospital de Benasque to Portillon would be 6. I am a bit concerned about lack of shade so possibly keen to go lower rather than higher and be by water for fun swimming.
But on the other side of the border, in Catalonia, things are much quieter. Or in Mantet try the Ferme Cazanove. What are the conditions to hike the first section of the gr Hendaye- St-Jean-Pied-de-Port in early May next weekfrom 5th to May 12th ?
GR 11 “Senda Pirenaica”, Navarra
The easiest is to walk to the Peyrefitte hut on the GR10, then on to Luchon next day and get a taxi back. This will add to an exceptionally harsh winter — there is still a metre of snow on many ski resorts.
As a family we are off to stay in the Pyrenees very soon and I am keen to give them a taste of the mountains and huts. If you get to the hairpin bend you have gone about m too far. Thanks in advance, Julian. The high-res version of the map above is no esnda for walking. Hi Steve, Could you tell me how to find the pou de neu on Pic Neulos?
Richard Bartz, Munich aka Makro Freak. The walk from Hospital de Benasque to Portillon sounds a bit to much for us on the first day of the trek… would you recommend walking from Hospital de Benasque senea Estos via Refugio du Maupas in two days?
Map of the Senda Pirenaica, Spanish GR11 | La Senda Pirenaica
Shepherds seem to be more willing to accept the new constraints. Hospital de Banasque to Maupas is more difficult than going directly to Portillon and after that it would take you another day just to get to Portillon.
I cannot imagine the need for greater detail than 1: Useful to know about your booking problems even so early in the season. Not so high but looks beautiful — Next year to the Pyrenees! Again, although the maps are mostly very accurate, I found some incredible errors.