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#1 Posted : Wednesday, January 10, 2007 11:03:23 PM(UTC)
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I went this year in the United States three paths which are much less familiar and toilim trails we usually mention here in the Forum (apalch trail, the CDT and PCT).

I meant to write about all three trails here in the Forum, but due to the enormous wave of laziness I had when I went to Israel, and because of the general indifference that line here in the Forum rejected the writing.

I'm still too lazy to write about all three trails, especially that I doubt few people even bother to read the fussy., so I decided to compromise only on one of the trails and let you choose what to write.

It comes in three very different paths.  Florida trail is in length and 2000 km is suitable only for three winter months walking (partly subtropical and tropical climate) and is completely flat, very interesting flora and fauna speaking and slightly less in terms of the scenery (it is flat). More people are treated for (by isoacho lawnmower!) than going.

The other is Colorado Trail he was about 1000 km (although he can be part of the C.D. T and reach thousands of miles). This is for the six summer months hiking (should note the specific month because of lightning storms).  The trail reaches the heights of 4-4.5 miles-and is quite difficult, especially if you have a problem with thin air. This is for selling Tawil body, mainly because of the stunning views.

The third is the PACIFIC NORTHWEST TRAIL-o trail PNT which is really, really not selling and on average can count on one hand the number of people who do. Approximately 2000 km along the watershed line in Montana to the Pacific in the State and is concerned, more or less parallel to the Canadian border. It takes about three months to do it (unless you are the arrogant Israelis and Kings are idiots who try to do it in two months). The path is very interesting in terms of climate, landscapes etc, and is the most obscure, but it is also abnormal, cutthroat and other apalch trail and trail Colorado feel.

This is about writing the trails. If you are interested to hear about one of the paths you choose it in the survey. If few people answered the survey have the perfect excuse to be lazy and not writing.

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#2 Posted : Thursday, January 11, 2007 8:16:18 PM(UTC)
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The truth that the PNT sounds just too interesting and topical, even a new challenge after the PCT.
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, February 7, 2007 12:56:01 PM(UTC)
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Hi Forum members, after spending time here, and the desire to make Israel trail in March, man decides to marry in March and ruined the plan. However, he married, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. And so I thought of making a short month-month backpacking trip in the area.

There's a company with experience of touring in the u.s. and therefore wanted to consult with you on trips.

I found the American Parks Authority site but there is too much specific information about trekking.

I am looking for information on performing a tylium and treks (New Mexico States, Arizona, Colorado, the Rockies) etc so if anyone can give me information about the shape of the trip there. I will explain what I mean, recently returned from f. .. In a few days ' trekking there is possibility of accomodation in cabins (saves the need for tent) camping sites, or anywhere that there is available water (only need to boil. In short, favorable conditions of trekking, the question how is it there?

In general how the business works. I travel my way, need, where sleeping etc etc.  (Again if there is some good information source which site of trekking. LINC will help a lot too.)

According to u.s. parks site found some trekking around the Grand Canyon but it seems his old sites have been completely booked (I'm talking about around April) it could be your husband trailer sites? The tents have anywhere else freely without having a reservation? Or maybe it's all over the place!

In short I would love any help. Thanks in advance ...

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#4 Posted : Wednesday, February 7, 2007 3:18:09 PM(UTC)
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Based on the little I know, to rely on in the parks are in United States you should order at least some six months in advance, so no trip tent seems unlikely (unless you walk in but it's too far you Appalachian). Maybe someone else know tracks in the Southwest with the lterim.

Anyway, what about PCT? Month on the PCT sounds like an experience definitely praiseworthy.

Sure Ronnie soon responds to your message, and is, as we know, know every piece of stone and a United States ...

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#5 Posted : Wednesday, February 7, 2007 8:35:19 PM(UTC)
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Hey
I made backpacking before about 8 years in the u.s. traveled mainly in parks.
I ordered with a tent and anywhere in advance and there was no problem. Grand Canyon also said below-and I went downstairs and it was a place for a tent.
Hardly cabins only with trekking tent. About orbits should look full but there are sites on the subject.

Enjoy, in the u.s. There are lots and lots to see.
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#6 Posted : Thursday, February 8, 2007 3:59:04 AM(UTC)
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Albuquerque is a great starting point to many in New Mexico area.  This town is at an altitude of approximately km above sea level and is located between two mountain ranges. The higher he wouldn't, and I don't remember his name, but I think there are peaks that come 3-4 km. East Ridge is not just Ridge but he watershed there overland trail did and finished only in small part (CONTINENTAL DIVIDE TRAIL) in New Mexico and coming up to Canada.    I can speak from personal experience about this, but for a crucial period in years, and the amount of snow that year. In southern New Mexico most of the trail is very similar to the more drab parts of Israel, and is mostly dirt roads.  There is a section of a few days in the River, which is really cool, and includes 99 crossings of the River at the bottom and more than that in the main stream that generates it.  Really cool, especially there in hot springs.  Again, this is a problem if you don't have good timing.  When I did the River in early May (in rain) water reached waist in one half (the river is not so wild, so it wasn't dangerous), but a few days before I couldn't do, because he was too high.

In Mexico the segments have upstate New really cool walk, some 10,000 feet altitude, but snow can be a problem (and you wouldn't know it by the end of April).   Colorado (which is North of New Mexico) out of the picture before June the snow unless there will be an unprecedented settlement in the area.

More options.  There is a path called the GRAND ENCHANTMENT TRAIL, my friend told me about it (is supposed to be on it right now and will probably be the second person did the trail) and going from Albuquerque to Phoenix and probably suitable peaks. Another option is the aidiock trail (not sure how write it) that goes to the Grand Canyon ZION Park. Again, I think only one or two people did this trail.

About cabins, forget them. Except for the apalch you can count on one hand all the huts that are on every other path.   The bureaucracy is really not a problem outside of the us national parks (Grand Canyon), where to find such a place is not a problem if you don't.  New Mexico population density is very low (not coincidentally blow put the first atomic bomb) and a lot of more interesting to us, rivers etc. are public spaces where you can stay overnight.

Can I keep babbling on and on here but the truth is you need to be more specific.  You want to go for a weekend? Week? Month?  Return each time to Albuquerque? When exactly?  I also don't really controls all the trails I mentioned, although you might start to see myself (never been in Grand Canyon).    I think you'll find good sources on the Web for exploring Albuquerque because it's the only place in New Mexico there is a community of travellers.

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#7 Posted : Thursday, February 8, 2007 5:25:54 AM(UTC)
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I began to check about the GET and I found this site that has everything including maps of the trail in Albuquerque area. Http://www.simblissity.net/get_maps.shtml .   Register if you are starting to see the options, that is interesting.

BTW, new ziland.   I heard there's a long trail that traverses the two islands.  Do you know anything about this?  And what a flight.

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#8 Posted : Friday, February 9, 2007 3:14:19 AM(UTC)
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Trip to New Zealand is something like 1800 $ (includes taxes) or less, depending on the season.

I haven't heard about any bill that crosses, but I wonder if there is no one hiking culture, there is one of the most amazing things.  Australia also treks (missing my friend did ה"ביבילבום" in Southwest. Something like 1000 km. In General, Western region ...)

I don't have a specific plan, I'm not doing something like urea out Israel etc, but more short treks of several days to rest a little bit (back in man) or some Lodge, and continue on to the next. And so try to plow up the ...

Got a link if anyone cares, of the website kapacr. Http://backpacker.trimbleoutdoors.com/backpacker/home.aspx

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#9 Posted : Tuesday, April 17, 2007 2:18:41 AM(UTC)
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Where can I find information on VERMONT LONG TRAIL on map Log book or anything to help me.

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All interested parties have a problem with site search engine
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#10 Posted : Tuesday, April 17, 2007 8:08:07 AM(UTC)
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Here's a link:

Http://www.greenmountainclub.org/page.php?id=203

There is no problem in finding the site. At least not for me.

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#11 Posted : Tuesday, April 17, 2007 8:07:20 PM(UTC)
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I think you won't find much about the LONG TRAIL here in the Forum. Most of the explanations about the apalch apply to him, and there are only 170 total (270) miles of a trail not overlaps with apalch. A brief search on GOOGLE will find you plenty of ipormatia.  I think the trail marked in road atlases even.

Big e LT is the first in the u.s. (hence the name) and he was an inspiration for the apalch, which was the inspiration for Israel, etc etc. The trail is very nice, except for the northern most mile 50, they are tough and moeti. Arrival to the north end, but problematic with rides you there, and maybe you could get a lift if you check various forums, others beginning in September.

Good luck

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#12 Posted : Thursday, November 29, 2007 6:27:34 PM(UTC)
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Congratulations on returned yesterday to the United States.

I looked at what was posted in the Forum while I'm gone and all I can say is Whoa.  The focus of the Forum members in the Israel National Trail (INT) made him a world of good. A site that was a few years ago what Israeli alumni of apalch to write to each other, the Forum has become a very useful site about Israel trail and other trails.

Knowing with similar Web forums (and larger) of trails in the us I can say that compared with only flatter. Despite the modest size of the site (natural Israel compared to sites in USA) amount of information quality and professional experience which is very high, and even some commercial messages that are written/managed. (At least that's the impression I got). I don't give out compliments easily, but comes here credit the Members Forum (headed by MA).

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#13 Posted : Thursday, November 29, 2007 6:37:39 PM(UTC)
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Welcome to land Rooney hope you enjoyed it hope you share some of the experiences in the United States put
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#14 Posted : Thursday, November 29, 2007 6:55:10 PM(UTC)
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And that about (and I don't think it's interesting, but I write anyway).

Didn't change anything? I just went most of the PCT again this summer and a third of Appalachian spring this fall. As Greece didn't do anything new, I felt there was nothing new to write, which is why the long silence of mine and my forum.

Due to the focus of the legitimate forum for Israel, I don't think I have much to contribute, and therefore my partial silence will continue.

Because the question raised here regarding the PCT, which I know a little bit more, I can only say two things that hobrero me in year: unbroken walk of as PCT or apalch for five or more months is too long for most (not all) moves. My limited experience beyond three months (and sometimes less) most moves eroding mental, and begin to treat foot as an assignment, and as a result want to graduate and get it over with. Continuous 1500 km's walk and less may sound less than 4000 km walk list but most people is going to be much, much more.

The other advice I can give is specific about the PCT is not listening to advice. Every year critically different from another, snow, rain, etc. A person who will give you advice based on his experience, not necessarily the year he did. For example, in 2003 and suffered from hypothermia twice in Southern California in may, in two different rain storms.  This year however no serious rain on me for three months but people who started three days before had to be extracted in a snowstorm. The advice of us are completely different from each other.

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#15 Posted : Saturday, January 23, 2010 10:40:37 PM(UTC)
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In response to what someone on the Forum asked me:
Did last spring (March to may) the Arizona trail. 1300 km long trail in Arizona (a sunny desert Southwest USA). Actually a very nice trail that nearly 95% of it.
Arizona trail crosses from South to North through attractions such as the Grand Canyon and is ideal to do in spring or autumn.
This trail starts to get momentum, especially now that he has received the status of NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL last March and is joined to the list of 10 trails status like the apalch the PCT etc.


If anyone think maybe doing it in the future, I'd love to answer questions here. Otherwise I'm too lazy to write a full report on the trail.

Ah, Yes. I September HIKING TRAIL SUPERIER. Very nice path along 300 km north along Lake Superior in the u.s. even it ideal to do in May/September, October and Bill really nice and logistic do 3 weeks. (And in this case, I'm too lazy to write a full report, unless someone really wants to do).
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#16 Posted : Sunday, January 24, 2010 1:00:46 PM(UTC)
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As always-abundant information and stimulates the imagination, not you-descriptions. Don't take it personally.

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#17 Posted : Saturday, February 13, 2010 8:38:22 PM(UTC)
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#18 Posted : Sunday, February 14, 2010 10:13:24 PM(UTC)
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Arizona trail website brimming with information.

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#19 Posted : Wednesday, November 3, 2010 11:18:38 PM(UTC)
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Counted to yankele headed to the Forum site that I came across him, and now I found him again, and I thought maybe it is of interest to the members of the Forum who plan on trails in America.

NCTA
The trail goes from North Dakota and makes its way through Michigan Lakes "ERETZ to upstate New York from the West Coast to the East Coast.

The site that lead me to the Web site for the site belongs to a man named Rick Halbert North Western Michigan and is a member of the Club, Hiking Club "Grand Traverse" which deals, inter alia, in the area for Northwest Michigan.
Rick's website

The path length is 4500 miles +, and only partially completed. It should start at crown point, NY (upstate New York) and ended in sakakawa Lake, North Dakota.
Rick Halbert is a fan and his website autraliit lists and advice on equipment and olteraliit, and also includes snow conditions equipment list.

"The land map North NCT
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#20 Posted : Wednesday, November 3, 2010 11:50:45 PM(UTC)
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According to the route on the map finishes for deer in five months.  No mountain that some route in New York State. And MIDWEST HAD.
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