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David-Guenot: Track 4178 in area near France, Occitanie ()
Pique d'Endron
Length: 17.4km, Creator time taken: 12h 4m, Ascent: 1288m,
Descent: 1293m

Places: Start at Lon 1.51409, Lat 42.7397, end at Start
Logged as completed by 1
A walk completed with my friend Alexandre. We took the usual route up the Pique d'Endron (2472m) which requires a bit of easy scrambling on the final arête. The NW ridge is pathless most of the way and requires a good deal of stamina and route-finding due to the steep ground (scramblers may find it interesting though). This route appeared to be a wrong choice (actually mine) for my friend, who hadn't been out in the mountains for 9 months and has a fear of heights, and thus did not feel confident on the rough terrain and the steep slopes. This said, the views were absolutely amazing !!

A fantastic summit, as seen from the Pic du Sarrasi where I wild-camped with my son on 1st September 2018.

Looking back at a fine, grassy ridge. Time for a short bit of scrambling.
The views S from the summit.

Some steep ground I told you !!
Looking back S along the ridge to the Etang d'Izourt.

Uploaded on: Fri, 19 Jul 2019 (19:15:13)
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