First Class Walking snd Eating
What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?
Standing on top of Puig Campana after a long and in places complex ascent and seeing all the other places we had been to in the week.
What did you think of your group leader?
Jose and Jaime were both excellent. Very safety conscious and very experienced and full of interesting information about the area. Exodus has some excellent local leaders and these two are among the best.
Do you have any advice for potential travellers?
This is more demanding than the Picos challenging week. Partly due to the length of walks and partly due to the more technical sections. There is very little height exposure and what there is not precipitous. Poles are useful, even to a non pole user like me. It does rain and can be very wet so you must bring waterproof bottoms and an umbrella or poncho are useful as it is also hot (Sept/Oct). They advise boots and those who did not use them did have a few problems. You can get away without using them but be prepared for blisters/ sore feet.
Is there anything else you would like to add?
A really satisfying week of walking helped by other guests who were good walkers. This holiday is not for the not so strong walker but there are options for missing bits out or avoiding too many climbs but you will have to pay for the taxi which the leaders will arrange.