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GR11 map – Trek the Pyrenees now!

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GR11 map – Trek the Pyrenees now!

Below you have a GR11 map with the 35 legs we have split this trail which crosses the southern side of the Pyrenees. You can change the background and zoom in/out. Also, you can see the full map clicking on “See full screen”.

To learn more about the GR11, take a look at our Walkers guide.


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Founder of TrekPyrenees and Mountain Guide, Miguel has a diploma in Computer Sciences and MBA. Passionate about mountains and about meeting and leading people, he loves photography, languages, Romanesque architecture and wine. There are many magnificent hidden spots in the Pyrenees and the other mountains of Catalonia that are hard to discover on your own. Miguel loves finding them and then showing them to visitors.

  • Ward Vercauteren
    13 June, 2021 at 8:43 am

    Hey Miguel

    I am planning on walking te GR 11 this year with a good friend. Am I right in assuming that you hiked the entire GR 11 in 35 days as you have divided the route into 35 stages? I find a lot of descriptions and reports online that sometimes take more than 45 days to complete the trail. We are planning on camping almost every night.


  • Paul Smyth
    16 August, 2022 at 8:36 pm

    I am planning to complete the GR11 in 2023 as a solo trek.
    Any advice on the updated route gratefully accepted.

  • Daniel Lovelle
    7 December, 2022 at 1:24 pm

    Hola Miguel,

    un poco en la linea de los dos post arriba. Estoy planteandome hacer el GR11 solo en 2023, siguiendo tu descripcion de 35 dias, pero algunas de las etapas de hasta 10hrs me parece un poco challenging. Como de factible es esto? y que mes recomendarias para hacerlo?

    Gracias por el contenido de la web, muy completo.


  • renee Langenhuzien
    13 March, 2023 at 1:28 pm

    Hi miguel, I want to hike a piece of the GR 11 of +- 10 days. Wich part do you reccomend?

  • Stefan Ritschard
    16 April, 2023 at 10:04 am

    Hola Miguel
    Thank you very much for providing all the information on your website!

    I am planning on walking the GR11 starting on 15th of October. Is it at all possible to start so late in the season, and if yes, would you be walking east to west or west to east?
    I am assuming a lot of places would already be closed for the season, is there anything else I should consider when walking so late?
    Thank you very much for your help, kind regards Stefan

  • Lill Andreassen
    23 April, 2023 at 4:32 am

    Hi Miguel

    My boyfriend and I are planning to walk the GR11 or GR10 this summer starting mid June. Do you have any comment on choosing GR11 vs GR10?
    From Lill

  • Nicholas Forster
    25 April, 2023 at 1:23 pm

    Hi Miguel .Thank you for taking the trouble to provide hiking information about the Pyrenees it is very helpful. I’m planning on hiking the GR11 commencing mid June, Atlantic to the Med. I have searched for the GPX files that relate to the Cicerone GR11 Trail guide and also the stage variants but not have any luck. Is this something that you have and can share or if not are able to please provide any guidance on how one can go about obtaining them? I would be very grateful if you could assist me please. Many thank. Kind regards Nick

  • Fred Christensen
    10 May, 2023 at 1:16 pm

    Hello Miguel,

    We are planning on two separate 5 day treks on the GR11, hut to hut, with my family. We would target this for mid – end July, staying in huts to avoid cooking/camping. We are all strong hikers. Where would you recommend we start and end each section, and which huts should we stay in?

    Thank you for your advice. Fred Christensen

  • carla
    30 May, 2023 at 6:23 pm

    Hola Miguel,
    Estamos planeando hacer la ruta GR11 pero no toda , tenemos alrededor de 10-11 dias disponbiles. Nos gustaria empezar en el norte y terminar en el sur.
    Que etapas nos recomiendas?


  • Jim Daniell
    2 June, 2023 at 10:19 am

    Hola Miguel
    Gracias por la muy interesante y útil información
    Empiezo la GR11 en Julio de oeste a este.
    Estoy buscando un track gpx y parece que la guía Cicerone no tiene. Podrías ayudar.
    Gracias por antemano y un saludo

  • Yechiel Merzbach
    19 July, 2023 at 2:43 pm

    I’m planning 14-16 days of walking in GR11.
    1. What do you recommend?
    2. Can I be sure that I will have place to sleep in the huts?

  • Piotr Goscicki
    20 July, 2023 at 5:12 pm

    Hello Miguel!
    I’m planning to hike part of GR11 in september-october. Can you reccomend any part of the trail, with good transportation to get there? I would like to make it a two weeks travel and preferably in one direction. I had a bad knee injury year ago and since I’m trying to make as little of steep descents as possible.
    Thank you 😀

  • Bob Stienstra
    31 July, 2023 at 7:47 pm

    Hey Miguel,

    I am planning to walk a part of the GR11. My first idea is to walk from benasque to encamp, since I want to see the high pyrenees. Currently my biggest struggle is to find transport to both towns.

    I can also drive to Benasque, and then find a way from Encamp back, but that is also pretty tricky. And i’d rather not come by car.

    Do you have any recommendations for me? Or should i change my plans and pick other start/end places?

    Would really love your help!

    BTW: I’m planning to go in the 2nd and 3rd week in september.


      • Bob Stienstra
        18 August, 2023 at 10:26 am

        Thank you Miguel, will do that 🙂

        For other people who want to walk the high pyrenees part: I’m walking it the other way around. Theres a bus from Barcelona to Encamp. And I’ll book a taxi from Benasque to Vielha, where I’m taking a FLIX-bus to Toulouse for my flight back.

        I’m looking forward it, will let you know how it was 🙂

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