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Coma Pedrosa

Listed under Walking in Andorra.

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Getting out of the busy Andorra la Vella is highly recommended by us. Even though it is in between seasons right now, it is still a busy town.

We followed his directions and our GPS “Bonnie” to the town of Arinsal some 10 km from Andorra Vella. I don’t think that we could have navigated our way through Andorra’s main town without the GPS.

After a couple of stumbles of stopping at the wrong parking lot and only going through one covered bridge instead of two, we found our way to the path.

It was a fun hike up the mountain with very pleasant views. Unfortunately, the higher we climbed, the more the bad weather moved in.

Our spectacular mountain vistas became shrouded in cloud.

We loved the climb though. There is nothing that makes Dave and I feel more alive that climbing up something.

Our Panoramic View..from the wrong trail!

Our Panoramic View..from the wrong trail!

We made it to the top of our route and enjoyed our panorama but when we looked across the valley we realized that we took the wrong trail. Our hotel receptionist told us that we would be going to one of the houses that you can stay in for free when hiking in Andorra.

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