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    The GR11 Trail: The Traverse of the Spanish Pyrenees - La Senda Pirenaica

    £16.95
    The GR11 traverses the Spanish Pyrenees from Irun on the Atlantic coast to Cap de Creus on the Mediterranean, and often enjoys better weather than its French counterpart, the GR10. Leading over high passes and through sweeping valleys, the 820km route is presented in 47 stages. Trekkers require experience of high mountains.
    ISBN: 9781852849214
    AuthorBrian Johnson
    Pub Date13/04/2018
    BindingPaperback
    Pages272
    Availability: In Stock

    The GR11 trail (La Senda Pirenaica) is a glorious 820km traverse of the Pyrenees from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean on the Spanish side of the border with France.

    The guidebook presents the route in 47 stages of 8-31km and provides everything hikers will need to take up the challenge - detailed route description, excellent photographs, lots of background information and unique custom-produced maps. Also included are bad weather options - although the weather is often good along this route - detours to find accommodation at some points, and advice on where to stay, supplies, language and logistics, as well as a glossary including Aragon, Basque and Catalan words, to help you find your way.

    Although it's a serious challenge for experienced walkers the route is less demanding than the higher-level Pyrenean Haute Route, sunnier and wilder than the GR10 which runs along the French side, and well waymarked throughout with regular opportunities to find accommodation and stock up your supplies.

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    The GR11 trail (La Senda Pirenaica) is a glorious 820km traverse of the Pyrenees from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean on the Spanish side of the border with France.

    The guidebook presents the route in 47 stages of 8-31km and provides everything hikers will need to take up the challenge - detailed route description, excellent photographs, lots of background information and unique custom-produced maps. Also included are bad weather options - although the weather is often good along this route - detours to find accommodation at some points, and advice on where to stay, supplies, language and logistics, as well as a glossary including Aragon, Basque and Catalan words, to help you find your way.

    Although it's a serious challenge for experienced walkers the route is less demanding than the higher-level Pyrenean Haute Route, sunnier and wilder than the GR10 which runs along the French side, and well waymarked throughout with regular opportunities to find accommodation and stock up your supplies.