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The most important thing is to know how to navigate, even though there are waymarks – navigation includes working out how long it will take to get from one shelter to the next, finding springs etc. Nobody has been killed by a bear since the invention of the airplane, but the wreckage on the GR 10 on the slopes of Canigou is testimony to the unreliability of aircraft. It’s a more direct route than the GR10 loop via Arties and seems to make a good starting point for the ridge walk over Pique d’Endron. I don’t know if I should scramble up to the Breche and down the other side to Bujaruelo, or walk on the north side of the Breche. Same age as me then. It will be useful for others. Try working the other way round: look at a position on your GPS and make a note of the coordinates and check it against your map. After that you can book for the next night but one by phone when you see how far you think you will get. I do have one question though: I read somewhere that there is a suspension bridge on the gr10. The HRP goes up to the Col de Litérole and then down the other side. Again thanks. Great video, Alan. However, I was just in Collioure and it is incredibly hot. I am setting off from Hendaye on 1st Sept and hoping to complete whole GR10 route in 45 days travelling as light as possible. However, don’t expect any facilities in free huts or out-of-season refuges. • Etsaut And then search for hotel, gite, refuge, camping for those places. We can’t travel till maybe Sept or plan for 2019 in the shoulder season. He isn’t the only one to run out. But start walking at 8am to avoid the crowds. There is nowhere to stay in Arrens-Marsous. In summary, the only places you need to consider booking are the col d’Ouillat and the Moulin de la Palette. The other one is between Etsaut and Cauterets. You may just get rain, or a storm. It wasn’t snow down at 300m but 300mm of snow. How much do we need to plan/book in advance would you say? I won’t hold your youth against you. I have a couple more questions regarding accommodation. Decrivez-le. There are cash machines (ATMs) on the GR10 in Hendaye, Sare, Saint Étienne de Baïgorry, St Jean Pied de Port, Arrens-Marsous, Cauterets, Luz Saint Sauveur, Bareges, Saint Lary Soulan, Bagnères de Luchon, Seix (off route), Bolquère, Arles sur Tech, La Jonquera and Banyuls. You have 1.5 to 2 hours after they start building up seriously to get to shelter. I would recommend them to anybody who wants to walk point to point but without having to carry more than a day pack. Disfrutas. Many Thanks. There are hotels, and sometimes no cheaper alternatives, in the few (small) towns along the route. There are restrictions in the National and Natural parks and other protected areas. Weight makes a huge difference and anyone staying in refuges shouldn’t be carrying more than 8kg (plus food for the day and water). We are going there on 8-17 of June and I was wondering, what’s the possibility of the snow being there? My second day will be spent viewing the Gorge d’Odessa, following the GR11 to Refugio Goriz. Please let me know what you would recommend. primera semana Banyuls Ras de caranca por Canigo y alli decidir si continuamos o descanso para el siguiente tramo, regards, In the Pyrenees National Park you can camp overnight only as long as you are more than one hour from a road, from 19:00 to 9:00. Going back on the third day, I’ve done Monte Perdido to Saradets, via the Lac Glacé. So my question is: is there a section of the GR10/GR11/HRP that would fit these wishes??? This year we want to go further on the GR10 from Barreges to Luchon. The kids are 7, 8, and 10, but they are good walkers and did a fairly demanding 3-day hike last year in the Swedish mountains. We are old, but experienced hikers, having done the TMB and AV1 in the last two years. You have been of great help last year so huge thanks! I benefitted from reading your website before leaving, so wanted to pass on our experiences. However have you ever thought about creating facebook group? If you tell me which you are thinking of, I will try to help, Hello Steve, In terms of accessibility you would be better to go to Banyuls, but you could go to Perpignan and then catch the train to Prades and bus to Vernet and start from there. Simon. I’m looking at doing my first section from Hendaye to St Jean Pied de Port 2nd week in May. I’m planning Hendaye – Etsaut starting 4 June and ending 16 June. Is accommodation good or not good when staying up high? Or should I leave Merens-Banyuls until next spring?? also made up an itenerary… 5 days., I found accomodations called Gite which look like rural houses, only can read about 1 with a dorm for 18Euros which is my budget. Any suggestions of the best place to head for? I don’t know what microspikes are like in use but what the guides here say is that crampons and the like are a means of progression. with me on GR 10 as addicted to tea, what is the gas fitting (screw or other) and type in the Pyrenees, and is small bottled gas readily available . There may be others… On the other hand you have accommodation at. 1940m is not very high but if there is still a significant amount of snow it could be unstable. What I call the detour is now more-or-less the official route, marked by red-and-white waymarks. I will be in Barcelona this summer and was thinking of taking my teenage daughter to do a 5-7 day section. Since this is not the standard GR10 route, I wonder if there is any challenges we should be aware of. Is it worth it or will there be long days without service? It starts with a 3km-long waterfall up to the Pont d’Espagne. Alternatively St-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Etsaut (both ends accessible by train/bus). Another notable section is near the village of Etsaut, where the route follows the Chemin de la Mâture, a track carved into a sheer cliff face. La diminution du nombre d'étapes entraîne donc logiquement l'allongement de la distance de chacune d'entre-elles (sic !). Above all plan carefully and don’t forget to enjoy yourself. I’ll then return for maybe 3 weeks in late July/August….Again, can I be sure of no snow at that time, or should I take crampons just in case? thank you for all this great info i’m still filtering through. Vous pouvez aussi vous abonner sans commenter... My new book on the Spanish Pyrenees and walking the Senda (GR11), Les Pyrénées tout en marchant sur le GR10 de Steve Cracknell 60% of the nights will be in staffed hostels. But once we reached Caranca refuge, they were hooked and we managed to go straight up the chimney with our 10-year old in perfect conditions, and took a 4×4 back down from Cortalets. [1] Parts of the route, especially around towns and villages, change from year to year, so walkers do well to carry recent editions of the maps and guides. Amis randonneurs, Quelqu'un peut il me dire en combien de temps faut il pour effectuer cette traversée (principalement par le GR10) pour un bon randonneur? The version I have is no loger available but you can get an, Day 1: Eylie to Gîte Auberge Maison du Valier (Pla de la Lau) 9h35, Day 2: Gîte Auberge Maison du Valier (Pla de la Lau) to Esbints 10h05 (, Cabane du Pla de la Lau has now become the, Day 2: Siguer to Cabane du Courtal Marti 5h30, Day 3: Cabane du Courtal Marti to Cabane d’Artaran 5h40, Day 4: Caban d’Artaran to Refuge du Rulhe 5h45. Steve. If you can set off by 13:00 it is a great first stop. But the three-day schedule wouldn’t give you the time to visit the Cirque de Gavarnie World Heritage site. All the best Typically between 45 and 60 days of walking 6-8 hours a day. Etape 1 . Aimee. Unfortunately we have found out today that we have lost our planned guide. I’ve only got four days, so I thought that this route would be perfect, also because I see in one of your other comments that there is public transport from either end. We are looking to walk from Etsaut to Cauterets starting late June. In which of these would you suggest a second overnight in order to make an interesting day tour and return to the refuge in the night ? If you do the direct route from Cauterets to Luz-St-Sauveur it only takes a day. You might also want to consider a circular walk like the Senda de Camille – there are many others – though this is largely hostel accommodation and has some long days… Cicerone are bringing out a guide in the near future. Do you have a favorite section or recommendation on a ~26 day journey? If he’d taken 2 days off at that point I’m convinced that he would have made it. The huts are free, but some are locked or occupied by a shepherd, others semi-derelict. So, yes you can walk E-W though the guides are more difficult to read. On the other hand, eating in hostels every night and buying a picnic (but camping nearby) would cost you about 30 euros/day on the GR10. I was there last year in August and there was snow. Where are the huts/refugios located? I’m glad you find the site useful. Thank you found it. It wasn’t difficult – the very first car stopped. I am wondering if any alternatives to take a bus from Siguer to another town for accommodation that night? It is 10km and 1000m of climbing which should take you 6h00. We also stayed in a fantastic chambre d’hote right on the GR10 between Arrens and Lac D’Estaing it’s called Reve de Gosse, again can’t recommend it enough, huge portions of home cooked food and hosts who couldn’t do enough to help us. Everything is doubtful. Chris. to my last posting as I just saw the message from Matt Hegna. If you want a really inspiring walk drive to the Granges d’Astau (to the east) and walk up the Valley d’Oo as far as the Lac Sausat. We would like to go only part of GR10 during 8-17th September. As long as you stay on the trail somebody will come along… eventually. Enjoy! It is also likely that the Hourquette d’Ossoue will still have snow/ice on it. With a water purifying tablet I can’t see that you would have any problem (there are no sheep or cows up there). Would love to see real glaciers. Looks OK still. I don’t use gas, rather solid fuel, but you will find info on gas canisters and fittings for walkers in the Pyrenees on Andy Howell’s site. There are plenty of hostels. Cork oak near the Mediterranean end of the GR 10. Bring warm clothes for the nights, but don’t be deterred! Thank you so much for alerting me the difficult nature of the path to Maupas. So you definitely want to pause the app at night. You seem to have thought of almost everything, though I’m a bit confused as in the Google.doc you ask if you need a tent since you are planning to stay in gites. I was advised 2 days ago (13/6/2019) by the guardians of the Refuge d’Ayous that the Horquette d’Arre was still deep in snow and dangerous. For a quick overview of the route see the section on navigation below. Will filtration work for purifying the water, or would you recommend I leave the filter at home and just buy purifying tablets instead? Or would you advise to go ahead and hike but to make careful note of all refuges, cabins etc plus ‘escape routes’; and to take shelter as and when a storm strikes? I’ve walked from the Barrage de Soulcem via Etang Picot to the Refuge du Fourcat. I wish I had taken some matches to light the fire. It depends on when you are going. Walking for 5-6 days in a row. Pyrenees Central: We are not spring chickens and legs were quite sore for the first few days. I’ve just finished the section from Luchon-Merens and it was stunning. It’s brilliant Thank you so much. I am going back to do the GR10 with my wife in June in my 70th year!! However, wild camping is not going to be a good idea in a thunderstorm and I suggest you revise that part of your plans. Otherwise look at visiorando.com which has many longer walks near to St-Lary. Assuming you want high mountain passes, take the train to Bedous and the connecting bus to Candanchu in Spain. Thanks a lot! We’ve seen a weather forecast for the villages along the GR10 saying it will be cold and rain. Hi Steve! Do you think this is possible, starting 19th June without crampons and/or ice axes. I’m 24, male, fit but not much hiking experience and going alone. Even on the south side it must be something of a scramble. Henry. Hi Steve, After many years, I’m making the opportunity to walk G10. I once spent 100 euros on a taxi because I had run out! I was last in the Pyrenees 30 years ago! Best regards, Thanks. Good Morning Steve, For many years this walk has been on my list of things to do. We are travelling for a few months before we commence our walk (and coming from Australia) so keen not to have to order online and lug around before we need them. Hello Hoya, GR10 - La grande Traversée des Pyrénées, varilhes. My aim was to walk the route to raise funds for my son’s care home. Your opinion helps a great deal! My question is: would I be able to find accommodations for every night within a pilgrim budget? So to maximise your chances of avoiding storms get up before dawn and get going at first light. Thanks. More significantly, for planning purposes 90% of thunderstorms occur after 15:30. – The food at Refuge des Oulettes de Gaubes is really delicious! Voici les étapes du GR20 Sud, de Vizzavona à Conca : Etape 10 : Vizzavona – Capanelle. Make sure you prebook any accommodation for Saturdays. Thanks Steve. I can’t afford 50-70 Euros accomodation. Thanks a lot! Accommodation in hostels (55 euros) is in dormitories with 4-16 beds. Given the new quarantine rules unfortunately imposed today by UK Govt regarding all travel to France, my insurance is invalidated. There are perhaps three or four places where you can buy fuel (towns or big campsites). Is icy condition common only above 2400m or anywhere above 2000m in the second half of June? Ideally we want to avoid giant boulder fields and anything technical, but we do love dramatic views. The round trip took us 6 hours plus stops. I don’t carry a towel – I dry myself on a teeshirt; I don’t have a change of clothes, for example. Little to choose between them it seems! Hi Simon • Banyuls, In addition, many hostels and huts on the GR 10 are accessible by car. Thanks for the recommendations. I would love to head to the mountains for a day or two of hiking. On a clear day the Mediterranean can be seen from the top of Canigou. The latter was mentioned by other walkers as being challenging. Hi Rusty 2014 Routeburn + Caples (Tasmania) as a circuit. height uphill:  6232 metres, downhill: 5958 metres, Cauterets to Lac de l’Oule (via Gavarnie) Bon appétit ! I plan to hike from Borce to Bargneres-de-Luchon from June 16 to 30. When you walk the Gorge d’Ordesa consider the alternative to the GR11 of the Faja de las Cazadores on the S side, which is quieter. But bear in mind possible hospital costs as well. I should explain that, though often ‘wild camping’, I’m planning always to camp beside a decent shelter, into which I’ll transfer in the event of a storm. In the central Pyrenees, last week in June with very little rambler experience? All the best – and thank you again for this really brilliant website. The accommodation in Ariège, further east, is difficult. Cauterets — Oulettes de Gaube — Gavarnie — Luz St Sauveur = 3 days, though you can extend it by staying in Bayssellance. Thanks again Steve all the best http://Www.stephenfryrambles.com. Happy to report back if useful? You can always carry your home on your back – and save money – but have you seen how fast snails move? Ever smelt an old Billy-Goat leading up to Rutting Season? As for Coleman type screws, see this site for details on camping gas cylinders and connections in France. Thanks again for your super website! Count 300m climbing or 500m descent per hour and even then you will be doing well. Crampons and an ice axe could be useful. I am looking to do the full length of the GR10 next summer (July & Aug) partly on my own and partly with friends joining me at various stages – an incentive to stick to my schedule!? Do u know more about the current conditions of Crete des Isards. Nevertheless it proved welcome shelter from the thunderstorm that occurred ten mins after we got there, – We ended up going from Gavarnie all the way to Luz. Normally, on the GR10 most days work out around 8 hours including breaks. However, if you need any services you will need to book. Be prepared to be tired at the end of the day – there are plenty of opportunities to quench your thirst in Gavarnie. Elevation min: 3 metres, max: 1472 metres Some of these I think I can merge (i.e. Hendaye. He is getting a little low on funds as nowhere takes cards. The following day was a long one from Cauterets to Refuge de Baysellance. I recommend not booking too far ahead so you can slip in a rest day which will allow you to discover the area and recover if you are tired. Normally there is more snow in Ariège than around Canigou. Assuming you are in a valley at night, expect min of 10 degrees C, and a max of 25 degrees C in the day higher up in August. My only concerns at the moment are finding a place to camp at Hendaye the night before my trek and where I may camp along the way if I can. Does it use a sim card that needs reloading? I definitely like the idea of walking part of the old escape route to Spain. Excellent–and thank you so much, again. I will definitely report back the condition on the trail. Tim. However, around 14 July you should book well in advance (ie now) as this is a national holiday. Beautiful–thank you, Steve! You need to go to snow school or at least have someone with you who knows what to do. I have a public Facebook page with my weekly blogs and photos: http://www.facebook.com/LaurenceSmithTreks, I will start from Cauterets end of august and walk east. Look up “cout secours montagne” in Google. We are 6 friends, planning on hiking the GR10 from “Refuge Jeandel” to ” Lac d’Estaing” in 6-7 days, starting on the 16th of september. Thanks! Hi Veronika Hi Steve. The trail is well marked with red and white painted blazes. In the Ariège Pyrenees Natural Park, I’m not sure what the rules are, but they are probably similar to the Catalan Pyrenees Park. As a result of your message I’ll certainly be starting out each day much earlier than I might have!! Steve, Travelling with a tent & a stove so costs will be low also lower “other people are hell” risks . If you really really want to go that way hire a guide in Cauterets. As you are not in France probably the best option is to download the free Topo Pirineos map. Hi Steve, But keep an eye on this page for more snow reports. As a result of a silly error on my part I was badly caught out in the Italian Alps a couple of years back. I’ve never walked from the Brèche down to Brujaruelo but you can’t do it on the North side. As for the direction, you are better off walking west to east (as you are intending) because the Hourquette d’Ossoue is higher than the Hourquette d’Arre and will have snow later on. The path over the Crete des Isards has some snow on steep parts, which makes the climb risky. October has begun and we have seen some severe storms in France and early snowfall in Pyrenees. ), [you put your reply on the wrong page so I have moved it here], Hi Steve I’m used to carrying extra water when I’m not sure but it would be great to get some advice on this. If we do need a map, which would be best? We are planning a week with two children (11 and 13 year old), sportive guys with some hiking under their belt but not sure yet about the safety for the section between Cauterets and Luz. Very impressive I must say. I’m afraid of thunderstorms and my guess is that they are less likely in late summer. Hi James So im divorced and have 3 children. • Iraty to Ardane Gagnekoa spectacular narrow ridge, Zazpigain but OK if you don’t have vertigo Thanks, Stephen, Hello Stephen. Perhaps you can avoid this by scrambling down the scree…, Hi Steve, thank you for info. It is perfectly possible with a rucksack. I enjoy wild camping and am keen to do this as much as possible on this stage. – James https://docs.google.com/document/d/19QNg3ZOHD7_WPhy17ngovZaxONEw14i9P_1dZftVkLM/edit?usp=sharing. I don’t know how much long-distance walking you have done but the main physical problem is the creeping tiredness from walking day-in day-out. Dear Steve, • Conangles to Saboredo Many thanks After Gourette, I developed a siege mentality and carried far too much food with me for the rest of the trip – just in case. Ask in the Bureau des Guides and consider the alternative route if necessary. I did this last year. Here is my review video of all the kit I used, including camping gear, which may be helpful to others thinking of doing this walk, or other walks… The US equivalent is the Snotel system, if you are familiar with that. I am Korean. Cauterets – Chalet-Refuge du Clot – preferably Bayssellance, but failing that Oulettes de Gaube – Granges de la Holle (Gavarnie) – visit Cirque and move on to refuge le Saugé – Luz-St-Sauveur – Cauterets. It is true that Goriz-Brèche de Roland is difficult to follow if you don’t have a GPS… Soula to Portillon is a long day. Or is the path well enough way-marked (and we also have the Cicerone guide). Hello Steve, If I opt for the huts Will my lack of French be a problem. Accum. I also plan to do the 3 day variant through Hourquette d’Ossoue based on your recommendation. I have just moved to Perpignan from Ireland and I am trying to find a walking club that I can join. It was 45 days including 2 rest days during July and August and it was great! Also, any particular maps you recommend for that trail? Are there alternative ways to hike some of that stretch while avoiding the dicey bits? Get a taxi from Gavarnie to the Col des Tentes (book in advance). 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