This hike around the second highest peak of the Pyrenees, Llardana or Posets (3,369 m), allows you to contemplate all the faces and slopes of this colossal massif which is an exceptional co-protagonist of the Posets-Maladeta Natural Park. Three magnificent days to go around
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Day 1 Biadós - Estós
We leave the Biadós M. Hut already in the GR11 path that crosses the Barranco de Añes Cruces. We will follow it until Punta Ixabre (2.694m), on the left, and La Pala del Millá, on the right, give us way to the Chistau Valley. The route, that has been a not very demanding ascent until the moment, intensifies in order to reach the Chistaú or Estós mountain pass located at 2,572m. This pass is the border to enter the Valley of Estós, where we are hiking now downhill, with the Tuca of Posets (2.691m) to our right, as an example of the summits of the massif near the Valley.
Day 2 Estós - Ángel Orús
From the hut the route begins smooth as we leave the GR11 path, but we swing into the GR11.2 that leads us to the Val de Batisielles, where we eill see the Ibón of the same name, a glacier lagoon. From here the climb to La Plana pass (2.703m) runs between small lagoons that sprinkle the landscape and under the Agulla de Perramó (2,554) and Tuca de Mincholet (2,865) stare. After conquering the hill that hides a homonymous ibón, the descent begins by the slope of the Barranco de los Ibones, from here we can see the Angel Orús mountain hut in the distance.
Day 3 Ángel Orús - Biadós
After having breakfast and preparing the rucksacks, we leave on the GR 11.2 that will lead us to the Ibón de Llardaneta, from which we can see the Eriste Col, which with its 2865m will be the highest hight of the day. From this point we descent with the Ibón de Millares in the background, which is the largest Ibón of the entire route. From here the descent is relaxing and, as we enter the Valley of the Ribereta, the forest and the greenery of the mountain reappear and join us to Biadós.