Hotel Rural Cuartamenteru
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... back to lighten the load. I did fit my wunderlich CNC levers –much to the amazement of the he,an campers next to me. So I extolled the virtues of German engineering much to their amusement. A short run into town started with a iffy moment as I turned out of the camp site onto the wrong side of the road - luckily for me another bike was coming the other way at a reasonable pace. Knowing that turning while in Europe ...
... interesting once in Spain. I had visited the Picos some five years ago on the way back from Morocco and knew it had mountains, was a bikers haven and worthy of some further exploration. Being just over a 100 km for the Ferry it would mean an short day - but that was what I felt like. Also trying to learn from experience - last year's mad dash to the Pyrenees ended in a drop. Leaving the ship the whole bottom w now crammed with bikes - see video and pics, and ...
We spec out a good spot and get the tents up. Only just in time as the clouds roll in and heavy rain arrives. But the campsite restaurant and bar is dry and welcoming. There seems to be just one set evening meal so that's what we order: a serious salad followed by calamari and chips, a bottle of wine or a bottle of water, all for €10. That'll do it.
As we tuck in the ...
... galleries to negotiate too. As forecasted, the weather was overcast, cool and damp - whilst not full-on rain, there was mist in the air. Not that much sun could penetrate the deep recesses of the gorge anyway, with its dank, ferny microclimate. We had no intention of walking the entire length, so after an hour and a half, and a sandwich picnic, we retraced our steps, petting some inquisitive goats along the way, before a further coffee to warm us up where we had parked the ...
10km of well-maintained path (formerly a service track for a HEP scheme) high above the Rio Cares between Poncebos and Cain constitute, perhaps unfortunately, the most popular mountain walk in Spain. The Lonely Planet describes walking it in August 'can feel like a Saturday morning on London's Oxford St.' However, we were undeterred and were rewarded with a magnificent and at times vertiginous excursion along the gorge separating the ...