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#21 Posted : Saturday, December 16, 2006 11:34:07 PM(UTC)
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Yankele, 7 months? You think way too thin to get visa for 7 months? He thought six months maximum.

I don't want to scare them with a date back too far.

I have a very good friend in Chicago, but this is just the least likely option at the moment, I might land or Los Angeles or San Diego (to Los Angeles).

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#22 Posted : Saturday, December 16, 2006 11:41:40 PM(UTC)
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Likely to find immigration hearing on the PCT is very low. The apalch much, much more famous, and more likely that immigration officials in New York had heard of him.  Anyway, I wouldn't count on it.  Come with the book and hope for the best.

Are you sure you can find a flight opens for six months with such prices? If so, where? The experience has far fewer cheap flights open (which is why I usually take ONE WAY, it's an option that you have).

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#23 Posted : Saturday, December 16, 2006 11:45:36 PM(UTC)
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I don't want these flights flights open with an exact date (1 October).

In any case, the price really isn't so critical, it is going to cost somewhere between $ 750 to 1000 after a very bad experience with israiir, even if they require $ 500 to back back I don't fly with them.

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#24 Posted : Saturday, December 16, 2006 11:51:13 PM(UTC)
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Returns a date 7 months actually makes sense.  If you have a ticket open, chances are the first flight date is free or cheap and only other change costs money.  So it is always better to go for a date further than you expect that date closer. Like this always have to change the flight date only once, while if your flight date registered too close, you may have to change the date twice, once with the original flight is coming and you have a new date, and a second time when you know for sure what the real date.

If you have a friend in Chicago, I'd definitely go for this town. This is the best city to domestic u.s. flight from Seattle to Chicago will cost you about the same as flying from Seattle to Los Angeles.  Remember that Melos Angeles flights usually go to Chicago and then to Tel Aviv.  There is no reason to extend the way back without reason.

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#25 Posted : Saturday, December 16, 2006 11:56:54 PM(UTC)
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What happens if you forbid was injured and forced to leave the path, or it takes you more time due to snow? What happens if you find a cool company with whom you go getting in the first week of October. You have to leave them and accelerate to stand alone to your wine.

You, really, really want the option of getting the Canadian border a little later.

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#26 Posted : Saturday, December 16, 2006 11:58:07 PM(UTC)
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Ronnie, you're not with me, the cost of the flights aren't really relevant to me right now, I firstly want to decide where to land for visa, seems a bit tricky to land in Chicago and explain to the immigration official that I was really going to hike the PCT that starts near San Diego. I think the two most likely to land in San Diego or Los Angeles, if only because it makes the most sense to the immigration official (even if he didn't hear about the PCT), nothing more will depress me from getting immigration official visa for three months.

BTW, I also prefer to make European society of connkshiin in Europe (this is how you replace a plane in this country and not have to put up with the Israelis in this long flight)

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#27 Posted : Sunday, December 17, 2006 12:00:22 AM(UTC)
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Ronnie, this is exactly what I'm talking about. I need this option only the visa given to me by the immigration official — I have no problem paying more to extend the flight, but when immigration official sentenced Ali X months in USA is final and the decision cannot be changed.

Therefore, first and foremost, it's important for me to get a visa for six months, which means that if I went to USA on 15 April have until October 15th to stay there. With the card back I already figure it out.

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#28 Posted : Sunday, December 17, 2006 12:09:46 AM(UTC)
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I really, really don't think there's a difference between immigration officials of Chicago and Los Angeles. If you land there and shows to the immigration official ticket (or E-TICKET) to Los Angeles, he won't look you in the eye curve. That's exactly what most people landing in Chicago doing using it as a transit point, and never leave the airport.    However, if your plane is late to Chicago (and already happened things), you may lose your flight.
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#29 Posted : Sunday, December 17, 2006 12:14:28 AM(UTC)
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Anyway, please keep me updated about her flight.  I also prefer direct flights through Europe, if I can find a cheap option.
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#30 Posted : Monday, December 18, 2006 3:50:03 PM(UTC)
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I think Rooney trail really varies from year to year more and more travelers (but not necessarily more done BTW) this year left Campo 300 (!!!!!) for Sunday after kick. It's not like two or three people that hundreds of people a day or two. Besides, more and more people realize the akic co-op is not a date set in stone as I told Amir this week we started four days before the kick, shhamishim OPS man were listed in the registry, and even there only one located southeast of the first examination.

So did give highly recommend to start a few days before consideration of the rate put always easier, if discriminatory Division of Amir feels he doesn't have enough people to the oaiukl find them easily, but to escape the crowd's a little harder.

With regard to considerations of getting trail Angels again and really don't need to get involved with transportation in Yogi has telephones, and the forum for possible post and San Diego sure find a ride.

Just to explain my ear were the more than 700 people in the co-op and bag at some point simply sent home people who reserve (I saw how many times does that make ad). There are a lot of people on the trail (at least initially) it won't be your concern.

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#31 Posted : Monday, December 18, 2006 9:01:37 PM(UTC)
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Ronnie, I did some inquiries regarding prices, it turns out I was wrong and you were right-the prices move around 1100 to 1300 dollars.

You can do this in two ways.

A single ticket to Los Angeles round trip (with or without stopping for two) cost you between $ 1100 to 1300. (Not required to wait until the last minute.)

A second option is a ticket to New York, Chicago, at the last minute with a cost of approximately $ 850/900, and Interior flight booked separately to losangels (approx. 140 guiler? from Chicago, New York, 175).

I'm really torn about which option to choose, about the option of Chicago have beckoning me very good friend I hadn't seen for three years and would be great to see him for a few days, on the other hand, I don't feel comfortable yet with land in Chicago instead of Los Angeles or San Diego closer to.

I'm going to take some time to think about it, if I keep developments.

Amir.

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#32 Posted : Tuesday, December 19, 2006 12:09:42 PM(UTC)
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Wow-300 people and another year she receives.    You have a case that some statistics and some finished? I'm beginning to think that maybe we should start a little before or after the KICKOFF, so I don't have to compete with others on the summary of the few trees there.

Michal and Miko-just out of curiosity. When Kennedy left DOS and reached the Canadian border? Some rain was in Northern Washington? And some trail and staiken was open because the fires?    I was a little bit of CASCADES in mid-September, when he got the only episode made quite wet and miserable for a week, and my only comfort was his thought was higher on the PCT was done wet and miserable even more.

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#33 Posted : Tuesday, December 19, 2006 12:29:26 PM(UTC)
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That began the year at about 350 people the path and finished 75. It was a very difficult year, with all the snow and therefore the percentage was low. From what I understand, in 2005, for example, 150 completed because many did flip flop. Basically, again according to understood non-finishers rate, the average stands at 40-50%. (But that don't give you permission Emir to return after 3 miles that your filter will be broken-takes-Mira)

We left early Canadian doos not sane at all (because we thought the Rabbi timatomino it can't be so) 4/5. Therefore I repeat this is not normal, once got a few words before Forester pass, moments really knew where we were going. Snowy, had no trace at all that individuals who cross the Sierra before us were traumatized, and four other company off the trail to go to so we indpdens them.

Continued to be snowy until Dorner Paz. And the border August 30 I think. We were lucky and we will rain for three days just so, and it was pretty amazing, plus the latest on the day for decreased us snow. And there was a little frozen.

In terms of fires we went through three major fires, one in front of Dan, truth moved the day before she started but now burned there, one of the three sisters wilderness, and another before Mount Hood. The whole area of staiken fire frenzy (almost two months the fire raged without manpower to take care of her), but it was the path when we moved there not closed.

What I think would be problematic in this madness no fires but the flood. A fire that burns down baast shadow but still trail contrast procedure flood does not walk the route. I realized that this year had more rain in Northern Washington than ever that whole roads were wiped off the face of the Earth, (who wants some crazy pictures on U-TUBE) and damaged significant portions of trail. The effect would be to think like the "little giant" who need to get on it now because floods, I believe there will be enough new columns.

And lastly I don't know if it will be implemented in 2007 or in 2008 but plans to abolish the 16th mile of the Mojave and stay on the Ridge which the increase for another 50 miles.

Hope you sibarti your ear,

If I think of more, schaam route updates to write

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#34 Posted : Tuesday, December 19, 2006 10:34:03 PM(UTC)
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We flew with in 730 $ back to LA and back from NY

1 and it seemed very strange prices you're talking about.

2. reservations within the u.s. If inexpensive book 21 days in advance (and breaking) and certain days of the week (half price)

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#35 Posted : Wednesday, December 20, 2006 12:01:23 PM(UTC)
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Indeed the ears sibert.

I thought it was dumb to do apalch in winter, but it's almost sane compared to the option to start the Sierra in early may in (almost) the height of snow. I guess you meant June (if you start with kick-op).  Anyway this is really impressive.  Always read the first person crossing the snow the POSTHOLE sucker SUCKER because he makes the first tracks in the snow, and making life a lot easier for people behind it. There must have been dozens of people who aikbotchm.   Anybody been in Sierra

I wasn't panicking especially in flood.  There was a similar flood in staiken area in November 2003 and he indeed destroyed bridges over rivers (and still annoying especially detour along 50 miles) further South, but I don't remember bridges.  Until aalchim come north at the end of the summer, I guess most things cleared off.   In other words, if you decide to chicken out at the last minute you will need to find a better excuse, or switch to use questionable filter.

I don't care, because I did the whole and is concerned, again last year, so if you do the PCT this year won't have to do Washington in September.

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#36 Posted : Wednesday, December 20, 2006 12:10:52 PM(UTC)
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Where and how did you find prices like these? Were any restrictions on the fly (like having to sit in the trunk non-pusher)?

It sounds like an amazing price for that flight and back to the same place, and more for El Al. The only way I know to get such cheap flight is to go to Eilat, and to kidnap them at gunpoint to New York.

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#37 Posted : Wednesday, December 20, 2006 7:43:40 PM(UTC)
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That was so last year with issta the * &% $ @ #^ &.

Not just cost us flight and reinstating phase iazshho. Just need to check and compare the price was pretty much the same way up. In short, with dollar bills on the floor don't need to be a problem, just a little wander. Online prices are crazy now.

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#38 Posted : Wednesday, December 20, 2006 7:51:30 PM(UTC)
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Ronnie wrote: always read the first person crossing the snow the POSTHOLE sucker SUCKER because he makes the first tracks in the snow, and making life a lot easier for people behind it. There must have been dozens of people who aikbotchm.   Anybody been in Sierra

This is not really what people were followed for four days, nobody benefits from our tracks, we were nuts. Although in retrospect Liko quite satisfied we've outgrown the challenge, I still ask my soul die when I think about it.

Anyway I read statistics that more than half dropped out before, and most problems (Amir note). So some people I didn't know were there, since masiira on saw about 10 for bikers (THRU) by the end of the track, finished among the top five last year that we would have to cross home like crazy so I have no idea who was and where.

But now let's gets the fifth month is not June? Then we started (I think). Well, easier for me to remember the Hebrew months-started after weeks, ch. 1. Though Dosa you.

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#39 Posted : Wednesday, December 20, 2006 8:33:08 PM(UTC)
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About foot problems, I really don't care if I couldn't stand aplatim with my Bionic knee leg/etc without walking sticks and more heavy equipment I'm sure will be fine.

About, I really don't know when I get to where I know the decision to start three days before kickaop sounds great. Max if I get someplace too early a couple of days, I zero in any town and enjoys life.

And Roni, anything else emerging now is a flight to Chicago, then to Los Angeles, to begin to connect, and then track.

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#40 Posted : Thursday, December 21, 2006 12:35:15 AM(UTC)
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Amir, a rhetorical question but anyway? What about the gym? Practice?
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