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שי ג wrote a review Aug 2019
Israel124 contributions39 helpful votes
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This hiking was one of our best days during our vacation. During the summer a taxi brings you to the starting point. You climb about 40 minutes until you get to the dam where you can find the Refugi de Colomèrs. When we where there the lake at this dam was quite empty and still it was very impressive. From there we took the shorter route - about 3.5 hours walk - which was not so easy but reasonable hike with wonderful views which is called 7 lakes. This is a full day activity and was very enjoyable. We recommend taking this hike, we simply enjoyed it. You walk in the nature and see several lakes and other kinds of nice mountain views.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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FellowTraveler482883 wrote a review Sep 2018
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Walked the shorter trail of circ de colomers today. Absolutely beautiful. 3.5 hours/8kms. We took our 11 year with us and he did it easy. Some challenging short rocky climbs and plateau walks (2300 metres). Good shoes and hiking poles a good idea. Taxi/vans to take you to the begining of the climb from the highest car park you can drive to are well organised and Only 4Euro each way for adults, 3Euro for kids. Take a small picnic and a good camera. Not one to miss if you are in this part of Spain.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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JosepM-Garcia wrote a review Aug 2018
Barcelona, Spain26 contributions35 helpful votes
As far you go to Vall d'Aran, don't hesitate to visit this place.You can chose two options depending on your personal shape, both are great. A 3h or a 6h walking trip around fabulous lakes, high mountains... But even the easier option, is not a place for kids of less than 3 years of people with any physical difficulty.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Arn Garc wrote a review Aug 2018
Barcelona, Spain230 contributions32 helpful votes
Don't miss the "seven lakes route". It's a circe route that takes around three hours. One of the best natural areas in Catalonia.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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nigel a wrote a review Sep 2016
London, United Kingdom56 contributions44 helpful votes
Any walk in this area is a treat. It is like a mini-Lake District, except the mountains are higher and the lakes smaller. You have to take a taxi into the National Park where it is situated at a cost of 8 Euros return, If you don't have your own transport, you also have to pay 20 Euros to get from Salardu to Banhs de Tredos where the above taxis go from. But it is definitely worth it.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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