Walk in , ascent 929m, length 22.8km
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simon3: Track 2260 in area near Spain, Aragon ()
Route amongst the lakes of Posets
Length: 22.8km, Creator time taken: 10h28m, Ascent: 929m,
Descent: 1632m

Places: Start at Lon 0.485571, Lat 42.6755, end at Lon 0.520134, Lat 42.6025 8.6km S from Start
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Pyrenees 2013. This route starts high at the Refugio de Estós. Cross the river using the bridge and follow the track, a wooded balcony walk, that eventually leads to a hut beside a mosquito infested lake. From here the route goes uphill taking a clockwise circular route past a number of lakes. The entire area is granite with very sparse vegetation.
The walk is completed via the public road to Benasque. A published route to the NW of the river (Rio Esera) was not as of 2013 available. In fact walking down the road there are very visible signs of extreme damage to roads and houses all the way to and through Benasque.

Uploaded on: Tue, 23 Jul 2013 (09:43:43)
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