Day: trekking

Intermón Oxfam Trailwalker 2013

Posted: April 22nd, 2013

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Hola gent!! Charity ACHIEVED AND SPORTS!

As you know, this weekend, have participated in the Re6team Intermón Oxfam Trailwalker 2013 turning to walk the distance of 100km separating Olot San Feliu along with others 300 equips.

During 4 collects money money months we have been (A total of € 2,000) that will be used in the work of NGOs in the Sahel. With this amount of money can build a well water supply because the women and children who have no travel for tens of kilometers daily. We know that this experience will change the lives of the members of any Re6team but we are confident that will change the lives of dozens of people.

We made the trip with a time of 22 hours:52 min and frankly we are happy as a 100km member has a second-degree ankle esguince (which was held last week) and did not deviate from its target. Los fisios flipaven…re6team pure!

We appreciate your support to all those who have supported one way or another, and especially the sponsors / co·Contributors (Community RCC, Rehau, Aladinia, Cosex, Perruqueria Rosi, Ph quirogel, Cimarron orchestra, Bar Musical Möet) and our super support team (Noelia, Josep Lluis i Lorena)

Esperem que l’any vinent hi hagi molts més equips ebrencs que aportin la seva gota d’aigua en aquest riu de solidaritat!!!.

Here you have the tour:

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100 rutes al wikiloc

Posted: February 4th, 2013

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Since I began my initiation into the world of GPS I found this page Wikiloc is pruned share on tracks, routes, photos,etc.… Also that www.copetderatera.com is a website where the purpose is to share.

It is really a useful tool to plan new routes that maybe someone has already done before you or share your. What's also important is that it is a free of charge tool that even works on Google Earth gives us good information indicative.

It is a tool where travelers can get information and opinions from other travelers firsthand and without intermediaries.

A point to improve is that the form is not very accurate and really missed while quickly search results tailored to your búsqueda but with patience by the map are the routes of each area. There are thousands of routes.

Usually I do not use the GPS on my activities because I like to go a little adventure grooves or routes that do know me, further reduce weight,but slowly I'm interesting and I shared some routes.

Currently you can see hundreds of routes to suit all tastes and different levels of difficulty in activities such as trekking, mountaineering,ski,btt,etc.. You will also find routes in different countries and even different continents.

In this link you can see my trails:


Travessa Fredes-Paüls 2012

Posted: June 10th, 2012

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La Travessia nocturna Fredes-Paüls ha estat una vegada més un èxit de participació i d’organització per part de la UEC de Tortosa.
This is the classical crossing the Port, that following the GR-7, usually done in two days, pero realitzada en aquest cas en una sola tirada i al llum de la lluna.


Dades tècniques:
Data de celebració: 9 in 10 de juny de 2012
Check Out: 18:00 h
Starting: Square street of Cold
Place of arrival: Area sports Pauls
Tancament del control de Caro: At the 1:00 h del diumenge.
Tancament del control d’arribada: Quant arribe l’últim dels participants.
Distància: 46 Km + -
Desnivell: 1500 m+ i 2200 -

La meteorologia ens ha respectat i ha estat perfecte, a pesar d’algunes previsions de que podia arribar a ploure.
Com a curiositat diré que: tot i que hi ha anys en que solia coincidir amb la lluna plena aquesta vegada no ha estat així.
L’únic “but” que podria remarcar és que el seu propi èxit de participació és un handicap per als que com jo no ens agrada correr i ens agrada fer-la caminant al nostre ritme aprofitant el caràcter no competitiu de la prova. At the start of 700 people simultaneously from Cold is very difficult to follow a walking pace until the first 5 the 6 km tenint que adelantar en senders on molts cops es pot arribar a molestar als companys. In short, que apretes a correr des del primer moment o et trobaras segur en varios taps fins que la cosa es vaigue estirant. Tot i això, everything perfect and is a true celebration of sport.

This time I have been fortunate to share the road with Miriam, Ferran, Josep, Kazu i Xavi als quals els agraeïxo haver-me fet, si era possible encara, més amena la travessa.

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The wildest Transportation…

Posted: May 15th, 2011

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Spectacular, fantastic, wild, committed, intense, demanding…. Here are some adjectives that come to me when I think that any route that passes through the ravines of Lloret, Orion and hats. The Route escarrissons Lloret i Muntanya art adventure 100%.

Els experts Joan Pull in Vicente Pellicer, in his books give good references and directions. This is one of the most complex and physically demanding routes that can be done in the Natural Park of Ports Beceite, but it is beautiful and interesting places and hidden treasures.

Leave the car on the track that is on the edge of Lloret Blowers (at the door of the house of fat).From there a track and then we undertake a path where it crosses the ravine with a small wooden bridge that leads to Blowers. From d'ara, s'empinarà the path more and more, therefore overcome a height difference of about 500 poc meters in MES 1.5 km. It is a technique which path will you ever climb and be attentive to the goals of the red rocks and then losing it is quite. It is advisable to bring long pants because the vegetation (boixos, argilagues, Roma,pins,etc.) increasingly becomes thicker.

The indicator of the UEC to find a stone head towards the al'escarissó Borosa, leaving behind the turning corner of the Moro. Continue climbing up to a cairn where we find a fig tree that has withstood the test of time and stones. Climbing can enjoy views of the gorge in Lloret, Castell de l'Airosa, Rock Xapada,etc. and the different vertical rock formations that will surprise (morralets). Follow up the steep channel al'escarrissó of Borosa. A escarissó dixaven was a trunk where some branches to be used as a scale. In case Aquest, the UEC Tortosa FET has an excel·good job cleaning and adjusting the route with the brands and restaurant escarrisons.

Follow up to the neck where there Morralets stunning views of Mont Caro. And aquest point, take the turning towards the Col de Lloret leaving the villages to cave to cave and painted Ebro. From here begins another path trencacames dirty and brutal but not the drop that has brought us this far. From there, pay special interest to the red and the goals of stone because it is easy to get lost. We go along the ravines of lloret, Orion and bars along a path exposed and demanding at times. It is the most adventurous and we will find sources, caves, coconuts and other treasures. We will stop on a vertical wall instead of seeing the vultures housed in it, Rock is located on the corner of the Midi and the Moro overlooking Joca. We will continue to source and neck Rock Rock (bathe in the fountain Vultures). Follow the gully and fantastic espatarrant Orion where we would meet with the eye of Cyclops and stone bridge. Follow the path down to the ravine where there are bars and bars of the escarrissó source Moreno. In the vicinity is the spectacular water hole. The last pujadeta the path leading to the Col de Lloret. From here everything is mixed down track and path where there are cattle and bulls and is easy to see vultures. The court will find a wooden hut on the right serves as a refuge for wildlife avistament. Will continue until we go down the windy and neck area of ​​the horse pasture to the Fountain of bull Friday and More of fat. And there, take the paved path down to the park.

In total approximately 13.5km in length, with 1000m of vertical descent of both upstream and you can do in a 3 a 8 hours depending on the pace and stops.

To celebrate the magnificent route we ended up in a ravine Banyets Lloret and we will look for a chicken snack that we earned al'ast!!!.

Here the track teniu:

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To wet underpants…

Posted: May 7th, 2011

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This week was between the eyes to make the tour of Pauls race walking, as well as a temporadeta where I may be. This afternoon despite forecasts of rain that could risk a little me and I decided to take the raincoat. I planted Pauls when I saw that he had no problems and have undertaken work to climb the steep path Montsagre. And once halfway it started to rain. Then there will, continue… the path is a path with many slabs of rock that had their wet ball slip. Jo in sec, I am prone to slips and sprains ankle, so do not say anything wet… In particular was quite complicated step Finella in these foggy conditions, Wind and water, lots of water. What Collon raincoat, needed a float! I followed the path holding water passing through the neck of the Revised, on the precipice of Shackle, Montsagre to the source of neck Gilaberta. Once the neck, I saw that there was still fog, now it had stopped raining and it was time. So I decided to continue. Once was climbing to the top of Vacarissal, had long since returned to rain and was soaked, But I have seen a very close lightning and thunder almost immediate, then the second beam I've seen and counted the seconds was less than a mile!! And I holding those waters!. I decided to backtrack and take the shortcut to Download, still had at least 4 Distance to Pauls. The paths down which streams down had become water garbo. Finally I got soaked to the underwear!

This has been soaked tour:

For me it is a very interesting journey for hardness, the magnificence of the views and the wildlife sighting.

I could not do the same route that ended the career of Paul fog storm,thunder and lightning that forced me to change it a little. If you have a route similar, download the best route up the race, So I had to turn myself in times of paths that had become water in streams and down garbo.

In total some 19 kilometers of pure mountain with 1300m of climbing with both positive negative.
Slope of the curve of my GPS does not come out right because of the storm and pressure changes.

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