I had to stay in the campsite for three days because it didn’t stop raining. It is an atypical June: it rains every day and it is pretty cold, which keeps the snow on the hulls during mid-June. The water build-up begins to be noticeable in the Pyrenees, since it has made the river level to go up, and there already are some permanent alerts by the Civil Defence services. Important floods are starting to strike in the Catalonian Pyrenees.
Finally, today I set out to go on with the route I’ve planned. By road, I passed by the Añisclo Canyon towards Los Sestrales crag, and I arrived in Nerín. I went up a forest trail and, as from an altitude of 2,000 m, I found plenty of snow, fog and cold. I went through dangerous sections which delayed me a lot, and I was finally forced to spend the night in Torla, in one of the campsites of the town, “Río Ara,” because it was getting late.
Stage 15 in Wikiloc: http://en.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=4973422
GPS Track for Stage 15 download: http://goo.gl/yjfonz
Distances: Valle Añisclo campsite – Río Ara campsite 50 km.
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Price of accommodation: 9.20 euros.
References: Camping Río Ara. 22376 Torla (Huesca). Tel +34.974486248. www.ordesa.net/camping-rioara