Are there any spots you can recommend to cross over to the HRT and get back to GR11? 1 slaapzaal met 14 slaapplaatsen incl. However, I would recommend using one of the cross-frontier routes for a circular walk. Die 760 km lange »Transpirinaica« (GR 11) ist die beliebteste Pyrenäen-Durchquerung vom Atlantik zum Mittelmeer. We would like the start walking the 22nd July this year but are a bit spooked by the numerous thunderstorms forecasted. mit Varianten, die die Abstiege in die Ortschaften umgehen, evtl. However you can have snow from the start of November. Or cross over to France and stay at excellent Cal Pai in Eyne coming back up the Eyne valley but then cutting across east to Nou Creus before descending to Nuria again. Normally 6-8 hours walking is to be recommended as there is a lot of climbing. It already increases my heart rate and longing for the vacation , Could you recommend a possibility to join some of the routes in Andorra region for 4-8 day trip ending on public transport with possibility to go back to Andorra or Barcelona? Aber was da wirklich wichtig ist, ist die Vorplanung, es sollte immer genug Proviant und Wasser mitgenommen werden. I assume topographic maps are a must. While he was unable to walk Brian did many multi-week canoe tours in Sweden, France, Spain and Portugal and has also completed a 2200-mile cycle tour of Spain and France. If needed, we can stretch it from monday late afternoon until friday early evening. Cet article est également disponible en: French, GR11: flowering pastures above Estos; in the background the Maladeta massifmassif de la Maladeta, I’ve now walked the Pyrenees from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean twice. I’ll try to be objective. Especially as you will be carrying a tent etc. Inkl. The GR10 sticks to the French side of the border, while the GR11 is the Spanish equivalent. My friend is experienced but that can not be sad about me, bud we are in a good shape. Best regards, My friend and I loved the Northern section of the GR20. To shorten it you should be able to get back to Toulouse from Luz St Sauveur. You get there before or after siesta, or you wait. Thank you very much. Can you recommend a section of the HRP (or maybe a particularly good bit of the GR11) for 2-3 days trekking? We are looking forward to your recommendation! Hi Steve! In fact the GR 11 spends much more time higher up, with a dozen passes above 2500m. Is there any chance in your mind? Visually, both paths are spectacular and varied. The problem with making a comparison is that my memory is selective. Walkers have three main possibilities 1. Dat kan via verschillende lange afstandspaden de GR10, GR11 of HRP I also understand there are villages along gr10. Routes of the GR 10 (red) and GR 11 (blue) compared. Hi Christine dekens + bivak kampeerveld Warme douches inbegrepen. Don’t worry about thunderstorms excessively. Check out which hostels leave basic accommodation open in winter and also the numerous huts. Visually, both paths are spectacular and varied. LIVE: ΑΕΚ - ΠΑΟΚ. If you want solitude, you will have it anyway until 1 July because of excessive snow, whichever way you walk. I’d love to know how you found your trek when you get back. A good starting point would be Etsaut (GR10) or nearby Candanchú (HRP/GR11) accessible by train (or a bus pretending to be a train) from Pau, Tarbes, Toulouse, Barcellona airports. Hi Steve! Once you have read that feel free to come back and ask any outstanding questions. The GR10 sticks to the French side of the border, while the GR11 is the Spanish equivalent. So which route did I like best? Actually you don’t need to book more than two days in advance and I don’t recommend bookin way ahead. In any case, the HRP is not a trajectory, more a concept and everybody I met was hiking a different route. Getting a bus back could be the difficulty because you would have to go well out of the Pyrenees down a valley and then back up again. So the only constraint is that there will still be snow on some of the higher passes and on the highest peaks (3000m+). We are experienced back country hikers and live in the Sierra Nevada of California. Otherwise consider one of these combining these cross-frontier walks. Second the GR11, also called Ruta Transpirenaica in Spain, is more or less parallel to the GR10 but on the Spanish side of the border. The I’m wondering if you are intending walking the whole way from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean in 30 days as you seem to suggest? This has something to do with the terrain one walks through: the trails are more rough, the boulders larger and more frequent. It would be for a party of 2, one fairly experienced walking in the mountains (eg. Phil Ging and Kurt Smith hike for 10 days on the GR10 in France and the GR11 in Spain in 2008. Most villages have a small shop selling food. The luxuriant Basque fields shade literally into the woods of Iraty. Access is easier via France. I also want to do it light weight and without a tent, like you. Wat de GR11 betreft kan ik dan zeggen dat er iets minder frequent markeringen worden aangebracht en dat ze minder goed worden onderhouden (overschilderd) in vgl met de GR10. All best wishes, Hi We would prefer to stay in hotels or huts with private rooms. What kind of fuel exactly? How about the Tour d’Andorre. We can happily carry our own tent or stay in refuges and have both decent experience in the mountains. I would be delighted if you could help me out a little. We have been looking at Lescun as a starting point, but it’s a bit hard to figure out which route would be feasible within 4 days. Wir wissen sicher, dass eure Nutzernamen und E-Mail Adressen veröffentlicht wurden. My easiest access is to the east of these trails (Andorra I can fly into directly). We did Tour de Montblanc and now looking for a new route. Hello People I am planning to walk either the GR10 or the GR11 in mid to late June. I’ve been asked which route I liked best. It is possible to cross the Pyrenees from north to south in a day, but hiking the whole length from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean takes at least six weeks. We want to wild camp. La Transpirenaica es un extraordinario recorrido de casi 800 km de longitud entre el mar Mediterráneo y el mar Cantábrico por la vertiente sur de los Pirineos. We have 6-7 days in June or July. The classic is the GR10, 9 days, see my other site pyreneanway.com. I suggest walking from Conangles to Puigcerda, which are both (relatively) accessible from Barcelona. So what are the differences for a walker between the GR10 and the GR11? This is a scrap book that will enactment you even other to obsolescent thing. At that date you might need to go around some of the higher passes between the points marked on this page on (snow on the GR10, GR11 and HRP). There are fewer refill spots on the GR11, which is generally wilder than the GR10. I hope this helps. Since they are flying in to Barcelona they will probably be more interested in the GR11 than the GR10, so can look at my other site on the Spanish Pyrenees. 30 likes. auf dem GR10, GR11, GR20, JMT. OK, not a huge range, but always enough. I am concerned about the requirements for ice axe and crampons! Love your site! Second the GR11, also called Ruta Transpirenaica in Spain, is more or less parallel to the GR10 but on the Spanish side of the border. We currently only run bespoke trips along the GR10 and GR11, for groups of 4 or more. We were thinking of combining sections of GR11, GR10 and not too technical portions of HRP depending on snow conditions. This is why we provide the book compilations in this website. No. A good walk for you could be the ruta de las Golondrinas, particularly now that the refugio de Belagua will be reopening on 15 August. Many thanks for any replies, Danny. What books do you recommend? In terms of company, there are more refuges on the GR 10 and more walkers, which makes it more sociable. Many thanks for all your help! Many thanks for any replies! It was a good level of difficulty (not too hard) but unbelievably beautiful and with occasional swimming spots. You can also look at my more recent article comparing hiking the HRP, GR10 and GR11. Rather than a linear walk like the GR10 or GR11 perhaps a circular walk would be more interesting. Hotels, B&B? If it is before mid-October, fly to Toulouse, train to Cauterets and then do the GR10 to Oulettes de Gaube, Gavarnie, Luz St-Sauveur, Cauterets. Maybe some refuge huts? I know this i very subjective but maybe you can give us an inspiration. 1 Schlafsaal mit 14 Plätzen inkl. I am not planning to carry a tent. The trail GR 10 runs between the Atlantic ocean and the Mediterranean ocean on the French side of the Pyrenees and the GR 11 is on the Spanish side. Sorry Peter that I didn’t reply earlier: I’ve been away. GR10 e GR11 aggiungono le funzionalità di teleassistenza a quelle dei Gateways IIoT della serie GT. The GR11 is wilder, more remote, need to carry food for three days at times, rougher terrain and less well marked. Accessibility by train or bus would be a plus. What is your recommendation up to 7 days with return back by some public transport or taxi. Gr10 Mathematics Revision. Gr10-Gr11-HRP Hiking trail in Albanyà, Catalunya (España). Genauso wie die Berge jedem gehoeren (sollten), will ich auch dieses Tagebuch umsonst zur Verfuegung stellen. So you can go from Nuria to Ulldeter on the ridge and back via the Coma de Vaca hostel, also open weekends only. But in the mountains it isn’t length which matters. You can join it at Tavascan and come back to the GR11 from the Juclar refuge. See comments below. We would love to see forest, lakes and rough mountains. Geaography Exam Papers Gr10 And Gr11 geaography exam papers gr10 and gr11 what you with to read! I am flexible on where I fly in/out of and am in good physical condition and am an experienced hiker. On the GR10 most people walk W-E, on the GR11 it is more balanced I think, but still mostly W-E. Boris. And may be you know some circle routes not far from Bilbao? Then come the high mountains, intersected by deep valleys sometimes glacial in origin, like the Cirque de Gavarnie and its Spanish counterpart, the Ordesa canyon. Potentially you could do the last day on the HRP from Respomuso via Arrémoulit and Pombie to Somport if you want to stretch yourselves. See this page for trailheads on the GR10 and GR11. Charlotte, Hi Charlotte Notifiez-moi des commentaires à venir via émail. Is either full route walkable beginning very early October? May 15, 2016 - Explore Anna Ball's board "GR10/ GR11 Pyrenees Trails", followed by 256 people on Pinterest. If you are going before mid July you may need crampons and ice axe for certain sections (Bayssellance or Wallon-Respomuso). Eke Vall de Nuria looks like a potential jumping-off point, but ideally we’d find something more isolated.]. I already did a section of the GR11 a few years back (Sallent de Gallego – Parzan), with the Picos del Infierno as one of the most fond memories I have of that hike. But we love wild nature and our focus is on deserted landscapes, less people and a varied flora and fauna. I would expect we will be doing this trip in September. In any case you have plenty of options. Our major constraint is access to the route from public transport. After you’ve paid, you will be able to download the Zoom lesson access details. The French trail tops out at 2509m: if you want to go higher you will have to take the diversions which pass over the Hourquette d’Ossoue (2734m) and Canigou (2786m) (both recommended). Book now published as Footprints on the Mountains: The News from the Pyrenees]. The GR11 traverses the Spanish Pyrenees from Irún on the Atlantic coast to Cap de Creus on the Mediterranean, and often enjoys better weather than its French counterpart, the GR10. !Gelegen aan een prachtige rivier met zwemmogelijkheden. You do not need any technical gear. For lakes the best area is the Parque Nacional de Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici. Thanks for the feedback…Very much appreciated, Steve! The GR10’s cousin, the GR11, runs a parallel route through Spain, while a third option, the dramatic –and somewhat daunting – Pyrenean Haute Route, takes the most hardened of hikers on a challenging peak to peak journey that criss-crosses the border. I’d much rather do either of these routes as opposed to the French Way on the Camino de Santiago. Gr 11 Maths lessons are all from 16h00 – 16h45 except for the lesson on Sat 14 Nov which is from 10h00 – 10h45 (South African Standard Time). Generally, facilities in unstaffed huts are better in Spain than France, so if you have a choice plan to spend more time in Spain than France (I calculate I crossed the border 28 times!). We prefer sleeping in our tent or an unmanned shelter. We really liked the French side of the Pyrenees and we longed back, but this time we also wanted to try to walk … Hochgelegen sind viele Höhenmeter und Wetterschwankungen hier Standardprogramm. The Spanish GR 11 is a similar route on the Spanish side of the border, while the unmarked Haute Randonnée Pyrénéenne (HRP) follows a generally higher route through the Pyrenees, from mountaintop to mountaintop, frequently crossing the border. Which one (if you had to choose) would you do and why? I hop this helps. Een echte wandeluitdaging is het lopen van kust naar kust over de Pyreneeën. We will arrive to Toulouse and we plan to leave from Andorra. In July/August you can expect at least one every two to three days, whether or not they are forecast. How is it possible to book a bed for so long time? GR10: This popular waymarked route runs along the French side of the border, taking in forested valleys and foothills as well as high mountain passes.Some form of roofed accommodation is available at the end of most day stages. Datenbank wurde gehackt. On the other hand you might like to consider a combination of the Mountains of Freedom and the Sky’s Door trails. I don't mind doing all 3 if the scenery is really that worthwhile but if they're pretty much the same, I don't want to waste my time as I'll be hiking in France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, etc as well. You’re my age then… You have two weeks and a car and want to do multi-day treks in mid-June and you will be staying in hostels. And periodic snow reports would be helpful. Based on your site, I think the GR11 would be a good choice for us. Download its GPS track and follow the itinerary on a map. This page is to help u guys who are still in school with Geo,Mlit,Lscnc,Agric,L.O.English,Sets I am a bit torn in which section to choose of either the GR10, GR11 or HRP. Another factor to take into account is the maturity of the paths. We arrive by car and are looking for an ideal starting point and the possibility to come back by bus/taxi. Most hostels are shut and it will certainly snow at some point. Do you help me with some advice. Whatever the path, before reaching the Mediterranean you will pass through straggly cork oak forests followed by regimented vineyards. Have fun. One of the problems with a late start is that many of the hostels will be closed. The Pyrenean Way (GR10) is still in first place. Looking at the above, informed replies depend upon my informing as well… I am also unsure about GR10 or GR11, and particularly east-west or west-east. I’d like to take rest each night on gite, refuge or hotel. In recent years he has concentrated on the Pyrenees and has completed ten traverses from Atlantic to Mediterranean on the Pyrenean High-Level Route, GR11 or GR10. Since I retired 6 years ago, I’ve been hiking very often, (3 weeks ago I finished Three Passes Trek, last year I did the JMT, a section of the PCT in Washington State, Cordillera Huayhuash …etc). My wife and I have both rock-climbed to a high standard, but we declined to do this with full packs. Your email address will not be published. I read that wild camping is restricted in many areas. Mountainous stages are no problem if the walking pads are not too technical. We looked into the HRP and the Senda De Camille, with the former looking a bit too difficult and the latter maybe a bit too easy and not adventurous enough. The GR11 climbs up to the Sierra de Berrendi and winds all the way along the hilltop ridge of the Sierra de Abodi as far as the Alforjas Pass. We are experience walkers but will be heavy with a tent and rations. The GR11 stays higher and is rougher than the GR10, but there is actually more climb on the GR10 as it drops down into the deep valleys cut by the north-flowing glaciers in the last ice-age. A Collett’s Walking Holiday on the GR11. We want to begin in the middle of June, and we would like to go to the Pyrenees. Sortim d'Albanyà agafant el GR11 direcció cap a Maçanet de Cabrenys. I am going to walk east to west in 30days for charity. GR10 & GR11 – Grand Randonees The GR10 and GR11 routes cross the Pyrenees from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean. I know there are plenty of refill spots for provisions along GR10, but also in GR11? Thank you! From my researches I know that the GR10 is greener, wetter, much busier, has more ascent and descent and is better marked than the GR11. We would come in by car, walk 3 or 4 sections, drop out and take a bus back to our starting point. However below, in imitation of you visit this web page, it will be for that reason certainly simple to acquire as capably as download guide geaography exam papers gr10 and gr11 It will not undertake many mature as we tell before. It’s the climbing that counts. Isolated hostels are better than nights spent in town. My main question is: What will the weather be like generally in October? We both have lots of experience in the Rockies etc. Profile of the GR 10 (red) and GR 11 (blue). Auf dem GR10 sind wir definitiv auf einem anspruchsvollen Fernwanderweg unterwegs. Gr10-Gr11-HRP Hiking trail in Albanyà, Catalunya (España). My girlfriend and I are flying into Barcelona in late September this year and are looking for a ~10 day backpacking route through the Pyrenees. I’m sorry but if you really want to stay in hotels or huts with private rooms your choices will be extremely limited – essentially you can walk inland from the Atlantic coast on either the GR10 or GR11. You can’t be sure where are you going to be in a week, let alone more than that. A truly fantastic resource and insight! The Pyrenees 2010: GR10 and GR11. Steve. They have an overlapping section between Bordes de Graus and Certascan. Is there a difference between GR11 and GR10 in terms of water availability? Trekkers require experience of high mountains. Hi Joe, On the other hand you may be lucky and find that the snow has disappeared – it is difficult to be certain at this stage. The GR11 traverses the Spanish Pyrenees from Irún on the Atlantic coast to Cap de Creus on the Mediterranean, and often enjoys better weather than its French counterpart, the GR10. You could do Banyuls to Mariailles, for example and then cut down to Villefranche and catch a train back. Some form of roofed accommodation is available at the end of most day stages. The GR 11 is a Grand Route Trail which crosses the whole of the Pyrenees covering some 800 kilometres, from the Cantabrian Sea (Cape Higuer) to the Mediterranena Sea (Cape Creus). Am Fluss mit Bademöglichkeit gelegen. I’m going to do either either the GR10 or GR11 this summer – but I can’t decide which one to do. Have fun. Ken Applegate from Hike Pyrenees has recently written a concise guide to walking the Spanish GR11. As for weather, there is a clear contrast between the wet, cold Basque country in the west and the dry, hot Mediterranean coast in the east. This page is to help u guys who are still in school with Geo,Mlit,Lscnc,Agric,L.O.English,Sets Hi Steve, thanks for your time and effort documenting the trails of the Pyrenees. Let me know if I haven’t covered all the points. Another factor which might be thought to have an effect on the weather is slope direction. 1. To download and print this factsheet on Hiking the GR11 click here. Both the GR10 and the GR11 are designed so you drop into a village ever few days - every day in some sections. You might not require more times to spend to go to the book launch as skillfully as search for them. Grade: Hard – Long Ascents: 700m to 1000m each day Walking Time: 7 to 10 hours each day Descents: 100m to 1200m each day Terrain: Way-marked paths which can be steep, rocky and loose underfoot.Some short sections are very steep and may be considered by some to be exposed. JMT; GR11; GR20; Schweizer Berge; Über; Tipps; GR20 – 2017. I presume you mean HRP (Haute Randonnée Pyrénéenne) not HRT. On the other hand, if you just want to sample the mountains for a couple of weeks, start at the Mediterranean and work inland. GR11: The Spanish equivalent mirrors its French counterpart, running through some of the best scenery south of the watershed. Vous pouvez aussi vous abonner sans commenter... 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