Walk in , ascent 932m, length 11.8km
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simon3: Track 2267 in area near Spain, Aragon ()
Puerto do Gistain from Biados
Length: 11.8km, Creator time taken: 6h28m, Ascent: 932m,
Descent: 712m

Places: Start at Lon 0.378767, Lat 42.6598, end at Lon 0.485387, Lat 42.6755 8.9km E from Start
Logged as completed by 1
Pyrenees 2013: From the more or less abandoned hamlet of Biados this route heads NE and the E to the col of Puerto de Gistain, 2609m. Navigation is straightforward however this was a difficult place to be the day we did it. There were large unavoidable snow fields. On one of these to the east of the col at around 2550m we were strung out on the slippery slope when a sudden thunderstorm occurred soaking us with wet hail and shaking us up with almost continuous lightning and thunder.

Uploaded on: Tue, 23 Jul 2013 (09:57:19)
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