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In 1996 we were in the northern slopes of the Picos de Europa, but we were not prepared to drive a caravan into these superb mountains in the borderland of Cantabria, Asturias and Castilla y León. Getting there from Burgos requires a climb over a 1350 meter pass with a steep slope going down to the valley of Potes, the main point of departure for explorations of ...
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You can read all of the details of where we stopped along the way.
However anyone interested in knowing where to hike in the South Tyrol, especially the Dolomites will find details on some of the great hikes we did between June and late August.
Later today I hope to hear the sound of Michael O'Leary's ...
... ate slow, sipped slow and people watched until it was well dark. We stood with the locals in an alleyway having drinks leaning on old wine barrels. As we made our way toward the square we noticed there were huge crowds gathering near a makeshift stage, and everyone was wearing all white outfits… everyone, except Emilia and Traconia, who were two tipsy colourful obvious out-of-towners amongst them. We even lined up in the icecream queue because they all were, we ...
... br> Miryam's hot bath and good night's sleep has done a world of good and she’s ready to go!
The route there takes us over the San Glorio Pass at 1,605 mts (5,265 ft). We are held up at the very top by a herd of cows. The views are spectacular, though regrettably there is a lot of high cloud which hides the great mountain ranges.
We continue through pretty mountain villages to Cain, the village at the start of the hike where there is ...
... s sleep prepares us for today’s trek. We plan to take the Fuente Dé cable car up to the top of the mountain and then walk all the way down on one of Pico de Europa’s classic hikes. It’s 11kms. (almost 8 miles) in length and has a classification of medium difficulty. The estimated time for descent is four hours.
We leave early from Potes, as we have been told that the queues for the ascent can sometimes be two hours ...