Les Gorges de Kakuetta, Sainte-Engrace

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At just over 1.6 km (1 mi) long, Les Gorges de Kakuetta provides visitors with a walk through a natural area featuring waterfalls, caves, and more. Pass though the gorge on a boardwalk to see ferns, lichen, and other plants in a lush green setting alongside a meandering creek. Hike the entire length of the trail to be rewarded with a view of a waterfall. To plan Sainte-Engrace vacation without wasting time, ask Inspirock to design an itinerary.
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  • Go there if you're in the area! It's like hiking in another country. We take headphones at the beginning because of possible rock falls, then there was a turquoise Lake. The real trek starts here, with its 4km round-trip in beautiful green gorges. We follow a stream back to a large waterfall and a final cave. There are great photos to weather. Practice: paying. Plan hiking shoes and take the headphones at the beginning (you never know and it says everywhere that there are risks). Difficult for people of a certain age because a lot of slope, and markets. Bar and wc at the level of the Fund.
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  • Nice!! The road is spectacular, seems a story. I also when went there was almost nobody of people which made the double could enjoy it. It is beautiful, and accessible to all audiences but with some rise / considerable descent to the start of the path. That if the bar thing at the entrance where you have to pay the entrance fee (I think being 4-6 euros), does not have anything to eat, only drinks and a little gloomy environment.
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  • Located in the French Pyrenees, are in the region of Soule, in the town of Sainte-Engrâce. Access from Spain is through the port de Larrau. Travel in total is about 4 kilometers, with bridges, trails, abalconados railed... low difficulty. If you want to ride with a helmet (free) can be done to prevent damage from possible landslides. We went in November, much less people but since it rained the way was something more slippery. The final tour ends at the waterfall with a jump of 20 meters and 200 meters beyond there is a small cave. Return by the same route. Admission is € 6 per adult. In the shop there is a small bar, bathrooms... all in French. There are also enabled car parks, all well signposted.
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