the bordermarkers on this stage are shown (and some adjoining ones).
The main route is red, the variants are blue. Click here for a fullscreen interactive map.
We enter the high mountains. The main route
climbs on a waymarked trail to the derelict mining buildings of Liat
(including a cabin) and climbs then more gradual towards Port d'Urets.
Then - after climbing a 27oom pass - it descends and continues to Port
The variant starts
immediately with a steep climb up a gully and then traverses above the
lake of Estanh Long de Liat towards Port de la Hourquette (bm418 and
419) and then descends to join the main route.
route passes the well equipped cabin of Mines de Liat, though quite
early. Along the main route, there are enough bivouac spots but
watersources are scarce. At the end of the stage - Port
d'Orle - a bivouac will be difficult in the rocky terrain and by lack
fresh water. You might consider to stop earlier somewhere along the
stream of Ribčra d'Ňrla.
On the French side however of Port d'Orle (when descending to ± 2100m)
there's a small metal cabin with a source nearby. Alternatively you
could already descend into Spain to find a place to bivouack
min - max
|incl. all variants
|- the main route is a smooth trail along the border and most of the bordermarkers (within ±100m reach of the main route)
- the variants allow you to visit the remaining bordermarkers
altitudes are derived from corrected NASA SRTM3 data with GPS-Track-Analyse.NET
& elevations statistics computed in Basecamp.
- time according to
Naismith's rule with average speed 4km/h; 10 min. extra for every 100m
ascent and 5 min. extra for every 100m descent. Don't forget: this is a
- (+ or -) = extra
elevation & time compared to continuing on the main route)
* = including overlap of 2 bm's with previous stage
on main route:
You might check the relevant webpages in the 'All
markers'-section and 'All my trips'-section. They provide pictures of
the bordermarkers and additional information.
December 2014. If you have any correction, suggestion etcetera ->
please email me: email@example.com
MAPS AND DIRECTIONS
Maps and directions yet to be worked
out in more detail. You might check the relevant webpages in the 'All
markers'-section and 'All my trips'-section for pictures of the
bordermarkers and wayfinding-issues.
Print your own maps
It's easy to print your own - custom made - maps with the GRPdesBF-route and the bordermarkers on them.
See: Print your own maps