10.7 miles
Distance
3,964 ft
Climb
-2,184 ft
Descent
2,575 ft
High Point

79. Ainhoa-Mondarrain-Gorospil-Antsestegi-Urlegi
Desde Ainhoa (FRA) recorremos el GR 10 hasta Mondarrain por los cordales de la cubeta montañosa que la rodea hasta la PR-NA 6 de Aritzakun a Gorramendi.



En el parking del centro de Ainhoa buscamos las marcas de GR 10 que, por asfalto, y algunos atajos, nos llevan por las laderas del Erebi hasta la Chapelle de L'Aubepine y su conjunto de estelas y tres cruces de tamaño humano. El trazado GR 10 va rodeando las montañas a ambos lados pero nosotros de momento las remontamos buscando las cimas, empezando por el Erebi, col des Trois Croix y Atxulegi. Se baja el collado a los pies del Mondarrain, al que se ataca de frente por sus laderas herbosas y duras. Cima pétrea con vistas al mar y a Las Landas .

Sin bajar al collado anterior, seguimos por el cordal del Ourrezti y la espalda del Bizcayluze hasta el Gorospil y bajada al collado de Gorospil (panel informativo). De aquí parte una vuelta circular al Altzamendi (y sus antenas radar), col de Meatse e Itxusi , y de aquí se desvía la GR 10 a Esteben Borda, pero seguimos nuestra idea de caminar por el cordal que baja hacia el carretil del Gorramendi.

El cordal no tiene pérdida y nos conduce en descenso al amplio collado de Gorospil, con un menhir tumbado (foto 3) y una muga. Encontramos el Camino de Napoleón, que bordea el Zotaleta, y aún nos desviamos un poco para alcanzar la cima de Lizartzu (vétice geodésico). Descenso a Burdiako Lepoa y encontramos las trazas de la PR-NA 6 Aritzakun que rodean el Antsestegi y no nos abandonan hasta el collado de Urlegi, donde previamente habíamos dejado otro coche.

MUNICIPIOS RECORRIDOS: Baztan y Ainhoa (FRA)
MAPA PARA EL GPS: TopoNavarra y Caminos Balizados de Navarra

Ficha técnica
Distancia: 17,3 km Ruta circular: No
Desnivel: 673 m Dificultad: 2 coches
Tiempo: 5 h 48 min

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Ainhoa-Mondarrain-Gorramendi. is a 11 mile less popular intermediate route located near Pamplona. This hike only route. This route climbs 3,964 ft with a max elevation of 2,575 ft then descends -2,184 ft.
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More Stats for Ainhoa-Mondarrain-Gorramendi. mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    1,780 ft
  • Altitude min
    386 ft
  • Altitude start
    387 ft
  • Altitude end
    2,169 ft
  • Grade
    3.2%
  • Grade max
    -61.2%
  • Grade min
    78%
  • Distance climb
    6 miles
  • Distance down
    4 miles
  • Distance flat
    2,854 ft
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