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kein schatten
2 months ago

Super rando. Depuis le parking la première ascension est difficile. Je conseille de descendre directement dans le cratère et d'enchaîner sur la montée du Chinois. Au retour la boucle de la Caldeira est très sympa après une première descente qui fait mal aux jambes. Beaucoup de vent en arrivant vers le sommet, prévoir une couche imperméable et respirante. a faire très tôt le matin si temps découvert pour éviter le soleil. Environ 4h de balade en tout à un rythme soutenu, 5h30 si c'est plutôt une balade. Prévoyez de la eau et de quoi manger un peu au sommet. Le refuge de l'aileron au retour est un très bon restaurant et bon marché.

wandern
steinig
2 months ago

It's a great hike, a bit of a sport but worth it. We startet early as other suggested but still cloudy, though helped beating the heat.

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scrambling
steinig
4 months ago

La Monter est assez difficile pour Un point de vue correct

wandern
kein schatten
scrambling
steinig
6 months ago

Tellement belle montée! Idéalement, c’est une randonnée à effectuer tôt le matin pour mieux voir le paysage. Être en bonne forme physique.

more of a walk than a hike but stunning views. almost completely shaded, lush, and a charming restaurant at the end in the rainforest. (closed mondays) approx 10 miles round trip if you start from Le Carbet waterfront but could rent a car to the trail head. Was totally open and well travelled.

wandern
kein schatten
schlammig
scrambling
10 months ago

The hike to the rim of the crater from Aileron is moderate. The trail up is generally in good condition and heavily trafficked. There are a few scrambles and it’s muddy in places so wear hiking boots or good shoes. The rim walk going counterclockwise starts off easy then turns moderate as you approach the northern end. If you carry on all the way around, the second half is hard! Long vertical scrambles on wet rocks, dense mist and strong winds most days. On the second half you’re hiking into the caldera and it’s amazing. Read the official guidebooks and come prepared. Wear proper clothes, hiking boots, layers and a raincoat. Bring water, food and a compass. You don’t need a guide, but a knowledgeable one will enhance your experience. Note: the elevation gain for this hike is incorrect. The hike from Aileron with the caldera loop (without the summit) was around 2,500 ft (762 metres) in gain.

Us Canadians aren't used to some sheer dropoffs in public recreation areas, as is the case with parts of this trail. However, the vistas are spectacular, and the trail is definitely worthy of a return trip. There was a downpour for a portion of our trek, which made paying attention to one's footwork even more important. The hisyory of this trail also makes it a must see.

wandern
schlammig
scrambling
steinig
11 months ago

From the Trailhead it looks so steep as you watch people head up the first major ascent on this trail. However, as you’re headed up that first section there are nice steps and solid rock along the way. Then you walk along the ridge that’s pretty level, watch out for the muddy spots. From there it gets much more difficult, with a lot of scrambling up and down steep sections. Be prepared to put on a jacket at the top as it’s quite windy and chilly. Beautiful and challenging. Maybe the toughest 4 miles I’ve ever hiked!

wandern
scrambling
steinig
11 months ago

Tough in the heat, but well worth it for the view!

misty trail, slippery rocks, challenging

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