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David-Guenot: Track 3531 in area near France, Occitanie ()
Pic de Crabère - Part 2
Length: 18.7km, Creator time taken: 11h 9m, Ascent: 892m,
Descent: 1876m

Places: Start at Lon 0.880046, Lat 42.8342, end at Lon 0.934881, Lat 42.8346 4.5km E from Start
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Up the Pic de Crabère (2630m) from the Etang d'Araing and back to our starting point at the hamlet of Eylie. We woke up to a very clear day. The employees at the CAF Refuge allowed us to leave most of our stuff there while we would ascend the peak. The second half of the 700m ascent is pretty steep but otherwise requires nothing more but some care on the descent. Breathtaking 360° vista from the top, where we chilled out for about an hour, and some brilliant views on the way up and down as well. Back to the refuge for a beer before we made our way back to our starting point via a different route, that happened to be quite long but rather varied and therefore enjoyable in terms of landscapes and terrain.

Uploaded on: Sun, 16 Jul 2017 (09:50:02)
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