Informations de Coutouge à Llnars

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Informations de Coutouge à Llnars

Post by Jeff13 » Mon Dec 11, 2017 8:43 pm

Hello
I am on a grouping of various traces more of the personal tracing for a crossing of the pyreneans of the mediterranean at the Atlantic.
Who could tell me if the trace TET in Spain of COUTOUGE in Llanars can be practiced by trail 650 loaded. And the case where are the diffilcultées.
We are not looking to enduro :))))
Thank youWe are not looking to enduro :))))
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Re: Informations de Coutouge à Llnars

Post by Simon_100 » Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:24 am

Hello, Yes, that section is quite difficult. A French guy told me about it when we met a few weeks ago having ridden it just a few days earlier, so his advice is really accurate.

I'll mail him to and ask if he can post here or if not at least contact you directly so please give e me contact information either as a PMPersonal Message) here or by email to me at transeurotrail.e@gmail.com

But I'm working on an extra route that avoids the very high mountains and so is passable in winter. That should also be less 'technical' but it will take time to have ready, so when are you planning to go?

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Re: Informations de Coutouge à Llnars

Post by Jeff13 » Wed Dec 13, 2017 4:49 pm

Hello Simon
The crossing is scheduled for late June2018.
I already have the complete trace higher up in the mountains. Traces 4x4 mixed road and track very practicable and easy. I just want to add any variants if we are ahead of our time and a little more of any terrain, but that portions are easy and not brittle because we will be charged for 10 to 12 days of trip.
I mainly check passage or a vehicle can pass. No goat trail or single enduro trac even easy enduro.
Thanks in advance Simon.
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Re: Informations de Coutouge à Llnars

Post by floriand » Thu Dec 14, 2017 6:49 am

Hi

As I remember the Pyrénées area is about wide path. Some parts are more technical but aoways wide ones.
Have fun !
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Re: Informations de Coutouge à Llnars

Post by Simon_100 » Thu Dec 14, 2017 8:10 am

floriand wrote:
Thu Dec 14, 2017 6:49 am
Hi

As I remember the Pyrénées area is about wide path. Some parts are more technical but aoways wide ones.
Have fun !
Thanks Florian.

Trails in Spain have to be at least 4 metres wide in order to allow access to any motor vehicle,

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Re: Informations de Coutouge à Llnars

Post by Simon_100 » Thu Dec 14, 2017 10:19 am

I should be riding that section in early May of next year. There are several modifications that need to be made so don't plan too much yet!

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Re: Informations de Coutouge à Llnars

Post by Jeff13 » Thu Dec 14, 2017 8:45 pm

hi
ok Simon, we will wait for your correction for this section which will be the only one of the TET that we will impress for our crossing.
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