Walk in , ascent 708m, length 17.4km
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simon3: Track 2273 in area near Spain, Aragon ()
Nerin & gorgeous
Length: 17.4km, Creator time taken: 6h10m, Ascent: 708m,
Descent: 785m

Places: Start at Lon 0.019265, Lat 42.5746, end at Lon 0.056239, Lat 42.5848 3.2km E from Start
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Pyrenees 2013: From Nerin the route heads north to Cuello Arenas and from there to a side gorge of the Canón de Anisclu. The early stages of this route are not used much and were chosen because the original route we had in mind was unavailable due to snow. Nevertheless it is interesting and has some places covered in alpine flowers.
The GPS struggled to find its position in the main gorge and as a result the route we took appears to go all over the place (pink lines).

Uploaded on: Sun, 14 Jul 2013 (07:18:27)
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