​HRP Day 31 – Into El Serat  – August 1, 2017

Refugi Coma Pedrosa to El Serat

Our roommates last night were the quietest sleepers. And no one argued with the open windows so I slept great.
We walked by the unstaffed Refugi del Pla de l’Estany.   Someone had left 3 bunches of bananas and a watermelon.  We took one banana each. I hope that wasn’t stealing. 

LNT or Leave No Trace

After the refugio we took a wrong turn and walked up a steep hill only to walk back down and go the correct way. 

Then we hiked up to the top of Pic del Clot de Cavallo 2587m. 

What Proud Gossamer Gear ambassador do you think dropped this?

Pic del Clot de Cavallo 2587m.

Then we hiked up and across the next ridge where we could look down and see the Angonella Lakes

After a steep down we walked amongst the flowers.

We stopped at the unstaffed Refugi de l’Angonella and ate our lunch. These unstaffed Refugi remind me of the huts in New Zealand. They are all first come first gets a bed. 

Waterpoint just outside

The inside

We got to the small village of Llorts and got a  phone call from Wired. We talked half way to El Serat. 

We are staying at the Hotel Pradet in El Serat. The shower was heavenly, the bed divine and the dinner ok. I recommend this place. 

6 thoughts on “​HRP Day 31 – Into El Serat  – August 1, 2017

  1. jerrywh

    I didn’t like the Coma Pedrosa at all .. it had rats, and the woman in charge was rather forbidding. The little unstaffed huts though I do like, there are lots of them and Andorra is so wild, they never get full up. I found Andorra the wildest and most remote part of the whole Pyrenees, hardly saw a soul. I would like to go back, properly equipped you could have a great time there

    1. nancyhikes Post author

      Andorra has been great. What I really liked about Coma Pedrosa was the mattresses. They had a plastic covering which seems more hygienic than sheets that don’t get washed.

  2. Lynn Duncan

    Seems you are picking up after Wired?

    At least this is a very lightweight item.

    I would certainly be voting for open windows!


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