Pauline Peregrinates the Pyrenees travel blog

Wake up to sa beautiful day

Yummy buckwheat pancakes for breakfast again

Back to following the red and white trail markers

View over Luz St Sauveur

Chateau St Marie that we walked past

An automatic bread distributer in a little village. Brilliant!

Yes, there is bread in there!

View to Barèges from our mountain cafe stop

Refreshing black current sorbet and fresh lemon juice

View back to our mountain cafe stop

Our gîte for the night. The Oasis 𯘄

Helen returns to the gîte after picnic shopping

My special crème brûlée

Who's the king of the castle??!!

Day's Overview

Set off on time and followed the planned trail. Unfortunately it was closed at the edge of the forest with a sign saying to take an alternative route from the centre of Luz St Sauveur. So around we turned and started again. Double checked with tourist office and set off again having lost an hour! Luckily our GPS allowed us the follow the new route. Only took another couple of wrong turns but corrected them quite quickly.

Stopped at a lovely mountain cafe for an icecream and fresh lemon drink.

Picnic lunch further on

Arrived quite early at our destination so relaxed in town before the gîte opened at 4pm

Chatted with Canadian guys before dinner in the lounge area

Sat at table with lovely french couple who told us about a car accident they had had near Cooper Pedy!!

Distance: 16km

Time. 6 hr

Elevation Gain for the day : 800+m


Gîte Oasis Barèges

We are sharing with a group of 7

The Canadian brothers are here but in another room. Gîte is quite busy. But nice and clean

Half pension. €39


Bfast. Buckwheat crepes and jam.

Lunch. Picnic

Dinner Catalan piment and veal dish and Savoury Rice


Special crème brulee just for me!


Sunny 14-29C

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