Hiking the Pyrenees was such an amazing and multifaceted day, that on yesterday’s blog post, I decided to make a much longer than usual video. I kept my writing to a minimum, and I did not post any photos. But without the addition of photos, I would be doing an injustice in depicting yesterday’s grueling venture into the guts and bowels of the nature of the beast!
Hiking from France and up to some of the highest points of the Pyrenees Mountains and then down into Spain, in torrential rain, painful hail, violent thunder, and dangerous lightning was one of the greatest experiences of my life.
So today, even though we hiked from Roncesvalles to Zubiri, and it, in and of itself was a strange, grueling, and wonderful day, I am posting a photo essay of yesterday’s EPIC adventure.
We arrive in Pamplona in two days and will be spending about a week there, so I know I have time to catch up with writing about today’s hike to Zubiri.
So instead, here are (just SOME!) of the awesome views we had yesterday.
Distance: 33,151 Steps/ 16.47 Miles/ 26.51 Kilometers
Location: Roncesvalles, Spain to Zubiri, Spain
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