Category Archives: Pyrenees Coast 2 Coast 2019

The CampervanCulture com Pyrenees Coast 2 Coast Adventure Series Part 3

Welcome to part 3 and the final part of The CampervanCulture.com Pyrenees Coast to Coast Adventure Film Series.

We venture off this time to some amazing remote camp spots yet again as we explore the western side of the mighty Pyrenees.

This episode is like no other episode we have filmed before and has been a very hard one to edit for me personally as I had to leave a lot of what actually happened out at what is a crucial point of this video.
Sometimes when travelling you do hit some low points when life throws you something from the left field and you just have to deal with it. Not because you are brave, not because you want to, you simply handle stuff because you have to.

Rather than just sweep what goes on when things turn bad under the carpet, I have tried my best here to share what has been for us the most intense situation we have ever found ourselves in as a family that likes to travel.

Did we complete our goal of driving The Pyrenees coast to coast?

Grab a beer, sit back and see for yourself.

None of these short episodes we make would be possible without all of the support we get from the amazing people who choose to buy their vehicle parts, camping gear and clothing from the CampervanCulture.com web shop. Every order no matter how big or small really does contribute to what we do and they all make these things happen.

A massive thank you from the The CVC Team.

 

The CampervanCulture com Pyrenees Coast 2 Coast Adventure Series Part 2

Back in Part 1 we headed down to the North of Spain and dipped our toe into the Mediterranean sea. The drive through France on the way down gave us some super hot weather but some of the amazing places we found to free camp made all that no real hassle. We hit our first off road trail and truly remote camp spot as we tackled the first quarter of the Pyrenees, but here in part 2 we really upped the game as we entered Andorra.

I can see why many people don’t really get on with the first impressions of what Andorra has to offer but after a bit of research we found some of the most amazing locations to drive, explore and free camp. Andorra is a small country with a big heart. After entering the country from the south and the conventional boarder crossing that was no hassle at all, we had a goal of leaving the place via a gravel track known as The Smugglers Route that is supposed to cut a path through some pristine wilderness. The big issue for us is that we couldn’t find any info about the trail to give us the heads up to if we were even going to make it due to our size.

Did we make it?
Was it as amazing as it was supposed to be?

To find out you will have to settle down to find out for yourself.. The whole Smugglers Route section can be found mapped out HERE for you if you would like to follow that.

So.. Grab a beer and settle in with us as we invite you to drive with us side by side and follow this trip as the episodes launch every Thursday at 7PM GMT
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None of these short episodes we make would be possible without all of the support we get from the amazing people who choose to buy their vehicle parts, camping gear and clothing from the CampervanCulture.com web shop. Every order no matter how big or small really does contribute to what we do and they all make these things happen.

A massive thank you from the The CVC Team.

The CampervanCulture com Pyrenees Coast 2 Coast Adventure Series Part 1

Welcome to this years summer film series.

This time you get to watch this trip in three parts. The first epesode of any of the features we bring to you always takes up a little bit of transit time as we move towards a destination or goal. This time the mission was to dip our toe in the Mediterranean sea then drive across the Pyrenese mountain range length ways and end up dipping our toe in the Atlantic Ocean. There is no real reason why we chose to drive this route east to west, it just felt the right way to do it.
On hearing there were lots of gravel road sections and not knowing if we were going to be to big to get through any of them, the only thing to be done was to go and find out.
Because we were going to be driving length ways across this mountain range and the fact this range is a huge natural boarder between three countries (France Andorra & Spain) there were to be a whole lot of small narrow roads to climb in the truck.

Did we make it?
Did we experience any mechanical issues?
Did we find any epic remote camp spots?
Did we run into any other serious problems?

Tune in over the next three weeks as we launch all three episodes every Thursday at 7PM GMT.

None of these short episodes we make would be possible without all of the support we get from the amazing people who choose to buy their vehicle parts, camping gear and clothing from the CampervanCulture.com web shop. Every order no matter how big or small really does contribute to what we do and they all make these things happen.

A massive thank you from the The CVC Team.