Walk in , ascent 1294m, length 22km
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simon3: Track 2269 in area near Spain, Aragon ()
Bielsa to Collada de la Cruz de Guardia to Plan
Length: 22.0km, Creator time taken: 8h12m, Ascent: 1294m,
Descent: 1111m

Places: Start at Lon 0.221224, Lat 42.6314, end at Lon 0.338067, Lat 42.5808 11km SE from Start
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Pyrenees 2013 This walk starts with an undulating wooded track of the GR19-1 eventually breaking out of the trees to more consistent climbing towards the col at 2113m. We were serenaded by warning bells attached to the rucksacks of two of our members following minor navigational misdemeanors of the previous day.
Descending we found the most amazing array of Pyreneean flowers forming an extensive carpet in places. The route taken by our professional leader avoided going via Señes, Sin and Serveto though there were some that were tempted by the prospect of the middle one, with a lively discussion of which sins we might prefer. The route actually taken is in fact well shown on the OSM layers (e.g. Cyclemap) used on this website.
Eventually we arrived at Gistain and from there via a sharply descending path to our destination. Everything went to Plan. (No further plunning allowed)

Uploaded on: Tue, 23 Jul 2013 (10:12:55)
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