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The GR11 Trail, the traverses of the Spanish Pyrenees guidebook - Cicerone

The GR11 traverses the Spanish Pyrenees from Irún on the Atlantic coast to Cap de Creus on the Mediterranean, and often enjoys better weather than its French counterpart, the GR10. Leading over high passes and through sweeping valleys, the 820km route is presented in 47 stages. Trekkers require experience of high mountains.

EAN13 : 9781852849214

  • Publisher/Serie : Cicerone/International trekking
  • Destination : Pyrénées/Espagne
  • Activity : Trekking/Trail
  • Publication date : apr-2018
  • Language : english
  • Pages : 272
  • specifications/quality : paperback
  • Dimension : 12.0cm x 17.7cm x 1.5cm


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The GR11 is a glorious 820km traverse of the Pyrenees from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean on the Spanish side of the border with France, taking about 45 days. Although it’s a serious challenge for experienced hikers the route is less demanding than the higher-level Pyrenean Haute Route, sunnier and more scenic than the GR10 which runs along the French side, and well waymarked throughout with regular opportunities to find accommodation and stock up your supplies.

It is now just about possible to walk the GR11 without camping or using bothies, and this guidebook is organised into 45 stages for the benefit of those who are using accommodation along the route.

The GR11 doesn't pass over many summits, but suggestions are made for climbing many of the easier peaks which could be attempted while walking the route. This is a serious expedition, so you should have previous experience of backpacking or long-distance walks before attempting this fantastic route.

Since 2008 there have been major route changes to the GR11 trail, especially in the Basque Country and Navarre. Road walking has been reduced to a minimum, the route has been well signed and waymarked and the GR11 has now developed into a magnificent route through largely unspoilt and wild mountains.

  • illustrated with original maps and profiles throughout
  • includes many bad weather alternatives, and options for those who wish to avoid camping
  • all facilities along the route highlighted, including places where you can get safe drinking water
  • SeasonsSeasons
    June to October for the Central Pyrenees. Spring and autumn would be possible in the Basque Country and near the Mediterranean.
    The route goes from the Atlantic Ocean at Irun on the French-Spanish border and passes through many small villages in Spain and Andorra.
    alpine-style mountains, crossing passes up to 2700m where there is rough, steep terrain to traverse. It is at the upper end of walking difficulty. Early season, with snow on the high passes, would require mountaineering skills.
    Must SeeMust See
    The Basque country, Anayet lakes, Ordessa and Monte Perdido National Park, Aiguestortes and Estany de Sant Maurici National Park, the Maladeta range, Andorra, Cap de Creus Natural Park.


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