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... I was keen for a more extended wander and travelled along well worn paths to the Cascadas de La Lirre - not the falls we could see from our room, but an amazing series of tumbling cascades stretching up the steep climb. I followed the track a short way until I was running out of time (and did become a little nervous at the concept of a late arvo solo scramble along remote and unknown paths). The waterfalls were spectacular and I'm keen to return for an extended visit ...
... thankfully it has running water and air con but the parking is a sodding mile away and 20 quid, to top it all she has a big spot on her nose and has whined for hours We are now going to eat then sleep sleep sleep. I have to say the scenery through the Pyrenees was ...
... I'm sure there aren't too many people that lives here anyway, at most probably 100). I walked around the town within 15 minutes, one interesting thing is that, out of all 4 of the towns that I've passed by, all of them have a playground for kids (both soccer and basketball) and a church. I didn't know that Spanish people are "that" religious ...
This was not a very eventful visit. I drove about 1:25 hour to get to the location but after a 15 minute hike, I came up to a head of the trail, which stated the following information
Trail Number: S5/PR-HU 164
Suggested Tempo: 8-9 hours
Distance: 20,000 meters
Change in Elevation: 1,300 meters
I was like....OMG, why is the only trail here a 20km trail. I end up taking some pictures around the area, but would have been nice if I was able to hike ...
... to go from here a helicopter suddenly flew extremely low over our heads but did not stop to offer us a lift! I am afraid the discussion got a little robust at one stage, but in the end we decided to go into the valley and work our way a long way around to reach the refuge d'Oredon from the east instead of from the west. We followed a very faint track marked by rock cairns along two small lakes, descending all the time. We then entered ...