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Sus
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Does anybody have any recommendation for multi-day hikes? I am interested in both, huts/hostels or with tent. More interested in hikes in the mountains rather than coast or valley.

Has anybody done the Refuges du Torb?

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Hi Sus, just noticed your post.
Did you go on a multi day hike last year? I could be up for such a walk in 2017. Any ideas welcome.
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John Boyce wrote:Hi Sus, just noticed your post.
Did you go on a multi day hike last year? I could be up for such a walk in 2017. Any ideas welcome.
Hi, I didn't go in the end, too much travelling and I wasn't quite fit enough for the profile of that hike... And I would totally be up for it next year, probably late spring / summer to have less snow.
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What about a Christmas Eve snowshoe walk to get fit for 2017?
http://anglophone-direct.com/hiking-sno ... -cerdagne/
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Kate wrote:What about a Christmas Eve snowshoe walk to get fit for 2017?
http://anglophone-direct.com/hiking-sno ... -cerdagne/
Thanks for sharing this, and yes that would definitely be the right exercise to get the fitness back up!
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