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imtl  
#681 Posted : Saturday, August 10, 2013 12:50:42 PM(UTC)
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Don't know about those two. I know Scott Williamson last time set record was logistical support. Furthermore, it is also not going to hitchhike to get towns. He goes.
Yes, it's a matter of trust all records.
It's very interesting that they broke the record for four and five days. Very interesting if they were purely the path or cut through keyboard shortcuts
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#682 Posted : Saturday, August 10, 2013 4:50:02 PM(UTC)
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And that's before we started asking questions about steroids.
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#683 Posted : Saturday, August 10, 2013 11:38:15 PM(UTC)
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Heather or Anish (who I went in Appalachia-respect)
Broke the record for walking without support,
The other guy broke the record for walking with support.

And she was married to former Israeli triple kraoner-Rami Levin. Asaf a.41496.8611458333
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#684 Posted : Tuesday, August 27, 2013 10:06:24 AM(UTC)
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-Https://www.hcn.org/blogs/goat/the-fastest woman-in-the-west/view

Interview with Heather, among the most interesting things:
Between 40-50 miles a day on average.
No days of rest.
Without logistical support.
Walk in the dark each day for several miles.
Most of the food she ate while walking.
She tried to break the record of Scott Williams and so went the path he style it without a hitch.

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#685 Posted : Saturday, September 14, 2013 3:10:50 PM(UTC)
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Threading it all the material posted on the Forum on the PCT.
The material is currently concentrated on how raw and I've still got to heaven and drop duplicates
From here on, any PCT moved to this thread
Good luck to anyone who plans on port 2014
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#686 Posted : Monday, September 30, 2013 5:50:44 PM(UTC)
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After application of atztzati free HalfMile, I installed the trial version of the application of the Guthook and very impressed.
The app has maps that show all the way along the trail, and also feature oplein maps (while no network connection), and photograph of the whole (or at least the ones I checked). In fact, you don't need a network connection to use (such as application of but the HalfMile-time full topographic map).
The full path is divided into 5 different applications, each costs around $ 20 that allow me to only buy the first one first, and see if it's worth the investment. Even if max doesn't reach the Northern steps of the path, it will save me some.

Anyway, this simple application especially impressed me because she finally shows exactly what I look for in a good trail map, a list of landmarks, oplein. And there's all sorts of unnecessary things. I wish that every Bill be similar application.
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#687 Posted : Monday, September 30, 2013 6:30:29 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = On]
Even if max doesn't reach the Northern steps of the path, it will save me some.


Why this way? Where senseless boundary optimism? HarmonicWave 41547.6478819444
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#688 Posted : Tuesday, October 1, 2013 2:01:51 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = On] app that simple especially impressed me because she finally shows exactly what I look for in a good trail map, a list of landmarks, oplein. And there's all sorts of unnecessary things. I wish that every Bill be similar application.
are you insinuating something specific?
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#689 Posted : Wednesday, October 2, 2013 1:11:00 AM(UTC)
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Hi,

So, right now, has a plan to go the PCT season.
I plan to start the walk at the end of April (no exact date yet) and combine the kick off somehow (perhaps to begin the walk several days).

I went through all the Forum I could find for PCT in the Forum here.
If I understand correctly (I would be happy to consider the experts forum here), then:

1. equipment:
Equipment should be purchased in the u.s. and in Israel. I mean if you want to start the walk at the end of April, should arrive a week or two before Lara and settle there.

2. credentials:
Visa USA already has. If I misunderstood, in PCT Permits only handle starting in February, so there's nothing to send your request now.

3. route planning:
Has the pctplanner.com site. I played with him a bit, but it seems a bit much to plan for resolution of any day's walk apart. Things change while moving.
Sometimes the day plans to go a lot slower you or vice versa, more advanced design. Does it really matter if walking day after 15 December source?
Anyway, the general direction is to lean heavily on the maps of halfmile and while walking.

4.:
There is nothing to prepare or to practice. The gym will be built while the track. Only it is important not to overload the body first and tighten the fit.

So my question is if there is anything we can do now (except for counting the days till April)?

Thank you!
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#690 Posted : Wednesday, October 2, 2013 2:11:51 AM(UTC)
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About 4. "the only way to prepare is to go for it" is true in General, but better to go with a basic gym, in my opinion to PCT should be in a position where you can't walk 20 miles (כ32 km) in every given situation (via route/weather) that also affect the planning section 3

* The scholars Council PCT will come soon.

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#691 Posted : Monday, November 25, 2013 12:32:15 PM(UTC)
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If someone wants to try out the program of Hide.yama in order to get a lot of equipment in Exchange for extensive activity in social networks, and raising $ 2000 donations for the PCTA- here is a link to explain about it.

I think it's worth a try. I personally organized already in terms of most equipment, and I keep my network activity for myself. But it's not a bad suggestion.

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#692 Posted : Monday, November 25, 2013 12:34:00 PM(UTC)
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Your link back here.
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#693 Posted : Monday, November 25, 2013 2:12:06 PM(UTC)
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Yankele, do "copy paste" into Google and get the site
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#694 Posted : Saturday, November 30, 2013 12:57:12 PM(UTC)
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Hello friends

Does anyone know if you can get the Yogi's Guide to the PCT or to borrow (buy it with the shipment to Israel costs around 250שח)

I'm starting to think seriously about the PCT and that the book would help me decide.

Anyway if anyone has more suggestions for books/interesting info over I'd love to meet

Thanks in advance cucuy

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#695 Posted : Tuesday, December 17, 2013 11:06:57 PM(UTC)
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I plan to buy the book of Yogi, once he was out in 2014. If I buy it, you're welcome to borrow it to get. But I might invite him to the angels in San Diego.
I borrowed the book from 2013, and it definitely got me a few things in advance. Although it is not necessary, there are some tables you should consult with them to plan the procurement of, or at least for starters.
If you want to hear a little more about the fest, feel free to contact me.
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#696 Posted : Wednesday, December 18, 2013 12:08:05 AM(UTC)
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I would recommend wild Cheryl's stride. It's not a manual but its quest for story and for me is the better experience.
(Not traveled overseas for PCT or at all so maybe I'm wrong)
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#697 Posted : Wednesday, December 18, 2013 8:36:41 AM(UTC)
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I enjoyed reading that wild, but besides that it occurs in part of the PCT, it doesn't really tell you Bill, or on the trail. I wouldn't use it as a serious source of information for walk in PCT.
Yogi's book seems more useful to try to understand what we're going to prepare a little more efficient, and I imagine that even on the path itself is going to be useful.
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#698 Posted : Tuesday, December 24, 2013 1:38:19 PM(UTC)
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Worth to start new topic.

Here's the video of Calendar 2012. Looks nice and polite

Amtrak  
#699 Posted : Friday, December 27, 2013 12:19:29 AM(UTC)
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I played with the file I got from the PCT Planner, and made him a text file to the Google table Sheets where the cells independent of each other. There are still some bugs and improvements I need to do, but anyone interested is welcome to copy the file to Google Drive, or export it to Excel, and assemble his PCT program

I wrote some more explanations about the improvements and changes made onmy blog, but you can also jump straight to the table here.

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#700 Posted : Saturday, December 28, 2013 10:30:50 PM(UTC)
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I heard and saw a lot of recommendations for wild and I definitely plan to read it (I have no idea how to get it in the country besides Amazon) and I'd still like to know if anyone has to loan/sell Yogi's Guide
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