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waterboy  
#201 Posted : Saturday, February 28, 2009 10:26:04 PM(UTC)
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You have ת'קומפניון of the year? Check there too.

As for Bill, tiishho gets the event/padiacha/a driver (e.g. to carry a lot of water) that will be remembered for!

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#202 Posted : Sunday, March 1, 2009 1:08:43 AM(UTC)
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Nu ... Hope for the best. Not be embarrassing.

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#203 Posted : Wednesday, March 4, 2009 3:44:07 PM(UTC)
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If you already have an Appalachia comes a brief question on the nature trail.

I'm pretty locked on him, but my partner is very worried trip trail would be like Israel trail in the sense that part of it would be walking on miles of highway or the view that we can see in six weeks we're going to have to be monotonous. We intend to begin in Vermont in early August and how far we get.

Please pricho the anxiety.

Thanks in advance.

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#204 Posted : Wednesday, March 4, 2009 5:30:45 PM(UTC)
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There is no asphalt.

The landscape is monotonous, the change from winter, spring, summer, everything is green. The Northern mountainous towns and lakes and more. The Appalachian Trail is a human path.

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#205 Posted : Wednesday, March 4, 2009 10:21:30 PM(UTC)
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Suddenly jumped me something in my eye!

You say Ma ... Who's regrouping "hostel Cook and sleep

You can cook in the accommodation area? Isn't it dangerous? (Bears)

No to dinner two kilometers before "hostel?

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#206 Posted : Thursday, March 5, 2009 2:30:34 AM(UTC)
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On the contrary-"hostel as comfortable and safe, picnic table, benches, fire, water. Nobody stops km the Schlatter, what is crazy? Hurry and you already look "hostel
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#207 Posted : Thursday, March 5, 2009 3:05:44 AM(UTC)
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Here you can't say "no" because forest and forest bears has also seen two bears about. What's in that all mice shlterim weather conditions and thus hang casing strings from the ceiling "hostel comes and see if their areas bears have bear box" metal boxes are closed when the pods at night and some blocked in ashlterim (if you go to the bathroom at night just touching her and everyone will enlighten you with their flashlights)

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#208 Posted : Thursday, March 5, 2009 10:17:15 PM(UTC)
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First of all, when you know that the call on the Forum looking for answers to questions us in planning our trip really did want to forget about college and now (or at least at the end of the winter) to do everything for the two months we are planning.

However, a question about winter supplies. If we are planning a trip in August to September, is this relevant?

According to the official site temperatures table should never be colder than 10 degrees in August and September is not much worse.

What, if anything, can I give in these months.
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#209 Posted : Thursday, March 5, 2009 10:36:20 PM(UTC)
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What section of the Appalachian Trail? As Greece-South?

There is a huge difference between North and South. Besides, one in the South and two in the North.

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#210 Posted : Thursday, March 5, 2009 10:42:09 PM(UTC)
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Overall plan right now is to get on the trail in northern Vermont and go south, but it is still almost half a year, so nothing is written in stone.
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#211 Posted : Friday, March 6, 2009 2:32:00 AM(UTC)
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I was thinking North South in order not to go against the stream "the great THROUGHIKERS arriving from the South, then it's fun to meet people at shlterim and see them the next day, so every time.

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#212 Posted : Friday, March 6, 2009 5:26:51 AM(UTC)
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Actually, we're open to suggestions for improvement to the track. But we have some constraints. We need to get to New York for new year's, which is 6 weeks after we start to go.
The original idea was to start ktadin but concluded didn to pass the white mountains before September, and realized it was not recommended.
Anyway, back to the original question, if this part of southern New England, is expected to be cold in August.
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#213 Posted : Friday, March 6, 2009 12:05:20 PM(UTC)
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In Vermont the landscape not so monotonous. There's little to see, there are ups and downs in New Hampshire-White mountains there at all. And there isn't much walking on roads.
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#214 Posted : Friday, March 6, 2009 12:08:29 PM(UTC)
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Ah ... Vermont South. In terms of landscapes, Vermont to the North will be more beautiful. But if you need to go to New York at the end of the trip, it really less sense.

In terms of the weather, I don't really know. I've been there a long time ago, not this time. But if you ask u.s. forums (whiteblaze.net) must be there from people that know more about what to expect.
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#215 Posted : Friday, March 6, 2009 1:39:42 PM(UTC)
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Thank you both very much.

If you have more views. We land at JFK. South of there would be more beautiful?

In general I would like a recommendation which should make section if we land in New York, should be back there six weeks after, prefer not to take the tent and want to meet nice people, but not necessarily the same people every day. If it's not too much to ask, I'm in too. From what I saw in the photos, the view from Vermont to New Jersey at least is quite the same.


Besides, two weeks after that, after the Yom Kippur war pass and spend a few days in Manhattan, we want to continue to travel. Do you have any recommendations? It doesn't have to be AT and actually we would love that.
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#216 Posted : Friday, March 6, 2009 2:17:11 PM(UTC)
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If anyone's curious, using nice whiteblaze/from morality, no need to get carried away if weather equipment. Brass jacket for night openers and added that the best time of year in terms of weather to explore this area.

All I have to say it out, it will be August, and over the object.
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#217 Posted : Friday, March 6, 2009 2:33:36 PM(UTC)
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And you think there's a chance to get to New York within 6 weeks if you start White Mountains
How much it takes to add in terms of equipment? Because I realized that because of the significant height colder rest there. Especially in the summer.
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#218 Posted : Friday, March 6, 2009 3:39:03 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = dafk]

..... The trail will be regrouping in Israel that a large portion of it would be walking on miles of road.

not the Appalachian Trail and Ma says he's monotonous succession. But I don't think you left the Israel that said he and monotonous part of him is walking on this road is not accurate. Gently. Out of 1000 km of may 60 miles and boring monotonous Highway (tsihor shizafon) or within city: Netanya, Tel Aviv, Yarkon Park and city walk you can't say she is ashmmt. Not too monotonous.

Recommend you to go Israel trail soon.

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#219 Posted : Friday, March 6, 2009 3:42:42 PM(UTC)
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In terms of equipment. In the White Mountains can be a Blizzard, and there can be a lot of rain and thunderstorm, even in the middle of summer. Need a good sleeping bag and rain gear and cold. And escape down the tree line as during the storm.
Even sleep there costs money. Thru-hikers to give many times to do work for stay in cabins for accommodation and food. I don't think that if you start there, you get treated like that. Also in the hut itself has a limited amount of work they can lay on the aiikrim so I think who got there from Springer (or ktadin) a little more have these conditions.
Full price bedroom cabins will not be inexpensive, and should probably (don't know what burning seasons there).

About-I range from New York at 16.6, the White Mountains at 9.7, and left them to in 14.7 Gorham.
A little less than a month.
On the other hand, I did not make it easy, and I was already in bad shape. If you have 6 weeks so we can probably do the same thing (or similar) far more cheaper.
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#220 Posted : Friday, March 6, 2009 3:49:34 PM(UTC)
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That over the title.
Meeting different people every day, if you go south, sure you will get it.
South of New York. I'm trying to remember what's out there. New Jersey, Pennsylvania. Many Virginia.
Take a walk around the blue ridge parkway and shenandoah park (not sure on the spelling). Not particularly challenging. The Park also has to pay for the many times (this will be more like $ 6 or $ 7 per night for camping, if you want a cabin or hotel then you might also need to book).

About another trip I've heard many good things about the adrondex. It seems to me that Rooney was there at some point in the u.s. 's teachings with many tracks in upstate New York.
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