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simon3: Track 2271 in area near Spain, Aragon ()
Bielsa ridge
Length: 23.3km, Creator time taken: 8h12m, Ascent: 1155m,
Descent: 1402m

Places: Start at Lon 0.085677, Lat 42.6784, end at Lon 0.221125, Lat 42.6316 12km SE from Start
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Pyrenees 2013: This is a pleasant ridge walk along the north side of the Pineta Valley finished by a river walk into Bielsa. Start at the point shown on the map, following the GR 11. There is a sign for the Refugio de la Larri, which did not appear to be in use when we passed.

There are great views towards Monte Perdido. There is a high meadow for some of the route west of Comodoto. While we were there there were a number of Egyptian vultures circling.

The route shown goes up Comodoto 2354m, a relatively easy climb when snow free, over broken stone.

It does not appear to be possible to walk over Pico del Cuezo so therefore follow the gps track as it goes into the valley at Espierba, down to the valley floor crossing the river in parts.

Uploaded on: Sun, 14 Jul 2013 (06:03:39)
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