Hotel d'Angleterre

Route de Luchon, Arreau, Midi-Pyrénées, 65240, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route de Luchon, Arreau.
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    Travel Blogs from Arreau

    Refuge the Bassies to Goulier

    A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Jul 29, 2014

    4 comments

    ... table did not appeal to us! We put on all the clothes we owned and went out to brave the elements. The wind was strong, but behind us most of the time, which made the weather a bit more bearable. However, all the watercourses were flooding and we were getting concerned about not being able to cross some of the flooded creeks and rivers. We followed the track with some difficulty as everything was running with water. At the end of the lake the water was ...

    Aulus les Bains to Refuge de Bassies

    A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Jul 29, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... out. Starting the descent we overlooked a beautiful scene through gaps that were occasionally appearing in the clouds. There was a series of 4 lakes spread out before us about 350 meters below. Looking extremely tiny in this vastness we spotted the refuge which lifted our spirits. The path downwards was very rocky and, especially in the driving rain, difficult to negotiate. But by taking our time we reached the refuge ...

    Aunac to Aulus les Bains

    A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Jul 27, 2014

    9 photos

    ... went upwards. And it kept on doing that for about 3 1/2 hours. We passed a ski village and some families walking with their kids. Obviously they had a parked car somewhere close by...By this time, after crossing the first pass at 1300 meters and the second at 1618 meters (Col d'Escots) we were 900 meters higher at a ski chalet. Fortunately they were open and we had the luxury of a coffee and a drink up there. We started our long descent after that, and returned ...

    Bonac to Aunac

    A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Jul 26, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... leading to the Col the la Core, the only mountain pass on our trail today. It involved quite a bit more climbing and mudholes, but in the end we reached it. As there is a road to it we found a lot of people there had already taken the few picnic tables so we did what we normally do and sat on a grassy patch and ate our pique nique that we had brought from last night's gite. After that it was just a matter ...

    Eylie d'en Haut to Bonac

    A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Jul 25, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    We left the world renowned hamlet of Eylie d'en Haut (Upper Eylie) and had a whole new experience. For the first section of the walk THE TRACK WENT DOWN! We had to descend to the river before climbing the hill on the other side of the valley. (Sorry Bronnie, the mountain!). We walked past some more abandoned mining buildings and equipment. The mountains here are littered with old winches, steel cables, towers with pulleys, etc. While some of ...