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... warm weather clothing. Having successfully turned ourselves into polar bears we had a toilet stop, having to remove a large spider web from the doorway first, indicating this toilet was littlesed! We managed, after some difficulty, to buy tickets for the chairlift up the mountain. Just before we hopped on Hans realised he had left his walking sticks in the toilet block...Remembering the spider web he was confident they ...
... them in a backpack and chased after the group of people concerned. An hour and a half later she returned triumphantly, although wcet and bedraggled, with my boots. A person with an intellectual disability had put on my boots by mistake and hadn't noticed his error...After thanking Francois many many times we left for a fairly easy descent to the small village of Gabas. The tracks were muddy in places but not too difficult to negotiate, and there were ...
... muddy and it was difficult to know where the track was. Getting to the higher altitudes it became colder and the wind also freshened. After a seemingly endless climb we finally reached the top of the pass at 2190 meters, and got our reward for all this climbing by a fantastic alpine landscape view. We overlooked a high valley with a dramatic mountain just behind. It is called the Pic du Midi d'Ossau and ...
... downhill. This may have been the reason Kathy slipped off the edge of the track...She was walking last in line and we did not notice she was missing due to our rain gear until she called out. We raced back and saw two hands gripping the brackenfern covering a very long 45 degree slope, slippery from the rain. Luckily she was unhurt and we helped her back onto the path without much difficulty. ...
... d'Anie, which at 2504 meters is the first really high summit on our route. A missed turn cost us a little extra energy and time but we regained the track without too much trouble. We picked our way over a very uneven track of weathering limestone. This made the going quite slow and after two hours we saw the ski resort not all that far behind us. However, the mountain views were superb. Very jagged, rough country, and ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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