the bordermarkers on this stage are shown (and some adjoining ones).
The main route is red, the variants have other colors. Click here for an fullscreen interactive map.
get from Port de Salau (bm422 and 422bis) to Port de Marterat (bm423),
you need to descend considerably towards Salau and then climb again to the borderridge.
down towards Salau is easy on well waymarked trails and the
continuation on tarmac to the derelict mining building of d'Anglade is
even smoother. Beyond d'Anglade however, wayfinding to Col de Crusous
requires attention although there is a faint waymarking. Then you have
to cross another ridge to reach the red/white waymarked trail towards
Port de Marterat.
Beyond Col de Crusous there's a small and basic cabin (Cabane de
Crusous) with running water outside. Further on - 15 min. before reaching Port
de Marterat - there's another - larger and more fancy - cabin (Cabane
de Marterat). In this case there's no source nearby, you'd better gather your water
in advance, ±500m before the cabin. On the spanish side - half a hour
of descending from Port de Marterat - there's a nice lake where you
could make your well-deserved bivouac.
min - max
|incl. all variants
|no variants in this stage
|- 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 according to the NASA SRTM3 database, derived through Gpsvisualizer:
& elevations according to 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 2013. If you have any correction, suggestion etcetera ->
please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
MAPS AND DIRECTIONS
December 2013. 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