Hotel Restaurant Les Cimes

Address: 1 Place D'Ourout, Argelès-Gazost, Midi-Pyrénées, 65400, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Place D'Ourout, Argelès-Gazost, is near Dungeon of Eagles.
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      Taking Stock

      A travel blog entry by jackospades on Nov 30, 2014

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      Whilst friends enjoy the first day opening of some resorts in the Alps and Americans struggle to get out of their homes, I am walking each day in shirt-sleeves and temperatures of 21 degrees. We did have some snow at the beginning of last week and the resort began to take on the feel of a new season, however it all changed by midweek and the forecast is for rain next week. Didn't open the resort yesterday as planned and with less than ...

      The Mountains at Last

      A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Nov 12, 2014

      9 comments, 9 photos

      It was a long 5 hour drive today to get to the Pyrenees but it was worth every minute of it to round a corner and see the snow capped mountains in the distance. We arrived at our campsite at Bagneres de Bigorre just south of Tarbes in the Haut Pyrenees about 2pm and were amazed to see the elusive yellow ball (aka the sun) in the sky….yeee haaa!!

      Our campsite is stunning, situated at the foot of the Pyrenees, there are currently only 2 vans staying ...

      Riders Roads and retrace steps

      A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Nov 04, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... over the last few days. Today likely brings to an end this motorcycle tour, and the last week has been an absolute highlight as far as riding is concerned, as well as company, and scenery. We have met some really cool like-minded people and also good old friendly ones as well. Anyone who wants to come riding here can not be disappointed. Its just brilliant. Twists, turns, mountain passes and serene villages, its just great, as is the food and ...

      The Circle of Death

      A travel blog entry by staciehall on Sep 04, 2013

      8 photos

      ... a monster day. I was completely trashed by the 85km mark, and this is usually where I start to really power on an average ride back home. Unfortunately this was about 10km from the Tourmalet summit finish.

      The Col du Tourmalet is one of the most famous climbs in cycling folk lore, probably only second to Alpe d'Huez. It has been included in Le Tour de France more than any other mountain pass. Why? Because it is the most exquisite form ...

      The French Pyrennes

      A travel blog entry by michelleloftus on Jul 15, 2013

      8 comments, 10 photos

      ... Everywhere you look is a picture perfect postcard shot and the mountains are massive – whichever way you turn. In this part of the world (like the Alps) you either go up or down!

      The first mountain of the day climbed was Col du Soulor which is 1,474m above sea level and the average gradient of the ride is 7.5%. Unfortunately no warm up ride – it was straight into the ascent prompting a rendition of ‘Climb Every Mountain’ and ...