Compostelle Hotel

Village, 65120 , Gavarnie, Midi-Pyrénées, 65120, France | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Gavarnie

Gabas to Gourette

A travel blog entry by kathywijgers

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... friends and joined him for a drink and a chat. In the middle of this Nick sent us a message that their second baby had just been born! So now we have eight grandkids...!!! Just wonderful news. No hot water in the gite tonight as they are replacing their boiler, ah well...But they have an open fire and we are told the food is good! Stats: Distance: 10 km Total ascent: 418 meters Total descent: 766 meters. Hans, Kathy and ...

Refuge Ayous to Gabas

A travel blog entry by kathywijgers

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... 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 ...

The rain in Spain didn't stay on the plain!

A travel blog entry by startrailers

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We decided last night that it was too soon to move back into France and that we ought to take the opportunity to see some of the high Pyrenees that we hadn't seen before. However the thunder storm meant that there was no Wifi and the electronic barrier cards weren't working.
We decided to move along the mountain range and take the N260 to Ainsa then up the valley to Benasque, right under ...

Thunder in the mountains

A travel blog entry by startrailers

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... lack of places to stop. In France there are Aires every 20 miles or so. We were nearly at Pamplona before we found somewhere to have lunch - luckily a scenic place with a view down over a plain.
We didn't like the look of Pamplona at all, a very large city.
We then took the A21 towards Jaca, another really scenic road ...

Boltana to Torla

A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn

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... were warned by some Spanish walkers that the path ahead was too dangerous to continue along. We thanked them but carried on walking as far as we could. The danger point was a wide patch of snow that was too steep to try and traverse. We stopped for lunch and admired the amazing view of one of Spain’s highest waterfalls, the Cascada de Cotatuero at over 200m high.

We retraced our steps and savoured our last views of the Spanish Pyrenees for tomorrow we head to ...

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This hotel, located on Village, 65120 , Gavarnie, is near Mount Perdu.
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