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Amtrak  
#261 Posted : Tuesday, June 16, 2009 9:59:44 AM(UTC)
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No problem to get all the White Mountains via public transportation (I believe).
There are a lot of cities. You can reach even Gorham and do some days of slak-Peking (come back every day to sleep in Gorham), and end in another three days until Andover, Maine.
If you arrive by public transport-the cliff, you can go to the Gorham (again under which Peking three days Gorham).

A monsoon to Baxter Park you have to pass on 100 miles and wilderness, was once the most isolated part of the path.
In principle, the Middle settlements and should take food all the way. In fact, there is now a place where one can catch a ride on a boat (I horn on the platform who calls her) to a otsal. The prices are expensive because they have to get all the ingredients, but this experience. For those 100 miles I'd take all week. You can also try to go it from South ktadin and end at monsoon.

However, it seemed the harder part of the White Mountains, which are very organized and toierim.
On the other hand, in the White Mountains, you have to pay a lot of money to sleep in bikatot, and you should book in advance because I'm not sure stay. Alternatively, you can buy meals and sleep in several camp grounds there. I think there prices are much more sane.
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#262 Posted : Tuesday, June 16, 2009 10:02:51 AM(UTC)
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There is a good bus system of Bangor (need partway shuttle)
You can go from Boston to Gorham, where apalatim is based on eye shape S PINKHAM NOTCH one bus station before Gorham. So with minimum planning can go to Gorham, lshbill the SMALL thing but PRESIDETIALS he is mostly below the tree line and therefore not dangerous, then do the second part of the s. then descend directly to notch pincham,).    Sounds complicated but it's going to be fairly intuitive if you find a map of the apalatim in the area.   Hiking week sounds appropriate, what else you can cut directly to slow if you're pincham than you expect. Again, remember that physical part for poorest.
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#263 Posted : Wednesday, June 17, 2009 7:01:20 PM(UTC)
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Thank you Roni.

It sounds great.

I realized that White Mountains toierim and need to sleep there. also in the area of PINKHAM, it can have something more atioilizatia remote? (I don't need extra equipment.)

Thank you!

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#264 Posted : Wednesday, June 17, 2009 7:07:09 PM(UTC)
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Thank you!!

The 100 most isolated words sound great, but the card has already been invited to Boston.

Can go like you say, Landover and Gorham to proceed to the next town, rengeley, any chance this quick pace takes less than four days?

And the whole of the huts in the White Mountains also exists North of Gorham with some hard mtweir.

Thanks a lot!

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#265 Posted : Saturday, June 20, 2009 12:12:28 PM(UTC)
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Outside the White Mountains Inn cabins, shelters, only as I recall. They're free (at least in 2002).

Gorham's Landover, 41.4 miles (according to the book of 2001). Kngeli is another 36.5 miles away. I don't believe you can do 77.9 at four days, it would be tearing piece for someone that didn't work before the rest of the email until 1900 Gorham. But you can go to Andover in three/four days to sleep in one of the hostels there (I slept in The Cabin, but I heard there's another good hostels), which eliminated North Peking away a day or two. They do to the trailhead and ends up back at the hostel (a symbolic fee, I think)
After Mahoosuc Notch, Gorham has the hardest mile on the trail. I think it's just a made-up story suck, and it's only one. Give him an hour or two at most.
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#266 Posted : Saturday, June 20, 2009 2:26:10 PM(UTC)
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Ma, Michigan., the concatenating assignment to him to remind him of his promise to return to for sometime?
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#267 Posted : Friday, July 3, 2009 1:18:49 PM(UTC)
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#268 Posted : Sunday, July 5, 2009 7:24:59 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone and thanks in advance to anyone who answers

I'm new here and I have some questions about the Appalachian spring:

I'm 35 years old girl, pretty weak and feel physically out of shape, not used to carry heavy loads, but used to walk.

Moreover, Poe, I much shtanit ("fear," "hashish". ) And very much like a company.

I would like to do some from Appalachian spring in these months (July, August, September), but I have many questions and concerns. I would appreciate anyone who can shed light on some or more of the topics:

1. What are the ages of them meet on the track? Do some people my age or rabbi is aged twenty or less? I would like to know if I have a good chance to meet people my age and you. Is it safe to say that I'm going to Israel?

2. do I have to carry with me a tent, sleeping bag, gas burner and cooking equipment or you can sleep in Motels along the route does this season should invite these hostels before you arrive what several kilometers have to go every day to reach the Inn at the end of the day do you want to buy shoes from trekking units or trainers are good enough-I ask this question because the answer her affect gravity backpack that I have to carry if you sleep in a hostel I guess I have to carry with me. The site, which is what actually determines can travel What is the weather at this time is equivalent to the weather (hot and humid) should wait for cool season more like autumn?

4. If I want to explore the rest of the United States, can enter and exit easily from orbit If you want to start from South to North, for instance, stroll out and explore in upstate New York and return to some for Does this trip form is recommended? Or it would be better not to mix between the trip and the first backpacker and then ה"תיירותי" part?

5. I want to travel lighter parts and shaded green of the track, if there, along the streams too (moving and dangerous). What part of the trail they are? Whether easy access? Is there a relatively comfortable routes along rivers and Lakes?

6.-all I want in a trip isn't hard, with sleeping in hostels, with views and waterfalls and pools (what I lack in the country), where the social part of it is. Is Appalachian spring track suit me considering all the conditions I mentioned?

If, given all the above, anyone think hapalach is not a course for me, is there a course that could fit me (with an emphasis on low difficulty and a friend)?

Sorry about the length. I would be happy for an answer, thanks to anyone who can aatir his experience.

I'd like to also receive emails on the subject.

Thank you

Galia

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#269 Posted : Sunday, July 5, 2009 9:31:11 PM(UTC)
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I'm 35 years old girl, pretty weak and feel physically out of shape, not used to carry heavy loads, but used to- I wouldn't recommend you go to aplatim there's no fitness programs in Europe where you can go when your equipment is delivered from hostel to hostel but some I know fitness some people along the trail and pthrornot equipment for heating, but it is complicated and expensive because most of them don't live near for logistics and it requires tedious.

I would like to do some from Appalachian spring in these months (July, August, September), but I have many questions and concerns. I would appreciate anyone who can shed light on some or more of the topics:

1. What are the ages of them meet on the track? Do some people my age or rabbi is aged twenty or less? I would like to know if I have a good chance to meet people my age and you. Is it safe to say that I'm going to Israel? Aged 16-80, most twenty-thirty, mostly men, a chance to meet you guys there forever, to be telling you what Israeli rather.

2. do I have to carry with me a tent, sleeping bag, gas burner and cooking equipment? Yes, or you can sleep in Motels along the route? There are no hostels are this season should invite these hostels anywhere before? How many kilometers have to go every day to reach the hostel. There are no hostelsdo you want to buy shoes from trekking units or trainers are good enough? Need shoes but not mountain hiking, I ask this question because the answer her affect gravity backpack that I have to carry. If you sleep in a hostel I guess I have to carry with me all the equipment, and that's what really determines can travel What is the weather this season? July osegst-hot, damp, rain, Sun, snow and ice there thereis parallel to the weather (hot and humid)? Should I wait for the cool season more like autumn? In autumn you can go in the southern part of the path that the North may be closed due to weather, autumn means mid-September onwards

4. If I want to explore the rest of the United States, can enter and exit easily from orbit If you want to start from South to North, for instance, stroll out and explore in upstate New York and return to some for Of course, it's only a matter of time, poor public transportation, money, tortureis the form this trip is recommended? Some divide the route into twelve or three parts planning with information on how to get from here to thereor that it is better not to mix between the trip and the first backpacker and then ה"תיירותי" part?

5. I want to travel lighter parts and shaded green of the track, if there, along the streams too (moving and dangerous). What part of the trail they are? Whether easy access? Is there a relatively comfortable routes along rivers and Lakes? The vast majority of the tracks in the Woods, water sources, if those endless, springs, streams, rivers, the track, everything, mountains, valleys and mountain valleys

6.-all I want in a trip isn't hard, with sleeping in hostels, with views and waterfalls and pools (what I lack in the country), where the social part of it is. Is Appalachian spring track suit me considering all the conditions I mentioned? I don't think so the pilgrims in Europe suits you better, there's everything you specified here except Americans.

If, given all the above, anyone think hapalach is not a course for me, is there a course that could fit me (with an emphasis on low difficulty and a friend.

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#270 Posted : Sunday, July 5, 2009 10:08:22 PM(UTC)
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1. most beds are aiikrim College, some are past retirement age. There must be between and, but I think that's the most.
2. most places don't have motels every night (except maybe a week in Shenandoah where also need to book in advance if you're not thru-hiker.) you have a tent, gas burner (questions) and cooking equipment. Sleeping bag and mattress. All the mess and all. Ultra-light gear can help, but it will also be expensive.
3. to skip a number 3
4. you can go off in all sorts of places with buses or hitchhike, and elsewhere. You should give a day to drive from the outside, and the return trip, usually (and I'm talking about the time passes waiting for rides, bus, and while the drive itself)
5. most of the parts are shaded green. Borjomi section containing the Shenandoah is a bit more casual than the rest, and the sections that don't particularly difficult after Pennsylvania. The troops also other sections not particularly difficult, but maybe a little more.
6. the social part is definitely a major part of Appalachia, but note that most people around you can show you too childish. When I did it, I enjoyed the company. It's all a question of what you're looking for.
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#271 Posted : Sunday, September 6, 2009 10:09:36 PM(UTC)
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Full summary coming soon!!!!!
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#272 Posted : Wednesday, September 9, 2009 2:24:26 AM(UTC)
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Well then ...

Atlanta Airport picked me up Josh to hostel at dlonga, if you ask me, the number one for

The name of the group to her walk.

April 9 I. I felt good, I was living the dream. Alone in the Woods, no one can stop me.

It have time to understand what was happening around me, how scattered the shlterim, my personal abilities, Sunrise and sunset hours etc.

Indeed very quickly get routine: go, go, go snacks, night camp interpreted equipment, make food eat, hang everything on the tree, old, fold, more ...

Among the Australians, Canadians had some aiikrim, 6 7 Israelis I know of and the majority of Americans of course. Aged 19 to 73.

Started and connected to the slow beat of the people. Most of the day walking alone and meet the author mainly involve in "hostel/camp. Because of the length of the runway and the dynamics with other aiikrim can't stop what for a picnic or something. Don't want to slow down so as not to miss the friend, you want to get to "hostel before dark and need to get to ctadin in time. Creating a hidden race between yourself and turn your trip into hundreds of emails rather than walk and an impression of the landscape (there is no).

The first stop I made onNils "gap" I don't understand what made such a big deal here that place neglected as is not seen, and seen things. The hostel itself at a level beneath all criticism, they take advantage of the fact that remote place to bounce rates (twice even though) who gets no year iska to see the people of this place: piirat and DART from left.

From there I continued walking. During the day there is a limit to how much can think thoughts to yourself while walking, but the frustration is just beginning. You find yourself going in the desert heat of all trees and died because of the winter, but as far as the advanced flowering. Similar to its predecessor, mountain, the trail is so similar in certain parts that seem to do the same thing over and over again. Panorama viewpoints and so few and when it comes to one naturally everything foggy and see the scenery a bit Smoky Mountains changes but for missing all the hot spots in the Park.

If you think there's a view in Appalachia.

I ended up going a whole week in thick fog. Imagine walking through a brick in a week (view view)

Here the time to indicate that the u.s. hasn't seen this year rainy like 7-9 years in the whole country. The rain just kept even in summer according to reports I received from friends. (Not tiptop rain rain).

After two weeks I was able to catch up with the guys I met at the hostel that started four days ago and returned to the hostel because of the snow. Really cool guys. At this point the haltti to change Greece and stay with them, even if it means to increase the rate or be delayed a bit. Were: British, Canadian girl, two guys and a girl and I. (Good times)

Some laughed, was awesome, despite the weather.

There is no doubt that trail is more human than anything else, basically I was ready for it but I had no idea it was so extreme. So I haven't seen join

Was funny to see the Americans.                                                                                                      ולפני שאני ממשיך יש משהו שאתם צריכים להבין.

The average American's life revolves around color box in the middle of the living room. This is a fat aclanit drvot that God is money and fast food, no need to get out of the car all serve. This is a country which places no tutorials that walk is obscene. And leave nature to sleep in a sleeping bag when you get pulled with beds, a small kitchen, living room and bathroom.

I can understand the enthusiasm in America around the path.

To see them experiment with new gear you just bought, dealing with foot, wooden walking stick carved a week walking like a Hollywood film of the Lord of the rings, with the face of a baby just learned to walk and talk, he stumbled and curious. The trees, birds and even the Sun. Yes it is very different from the wood ceiling that stared at her for 28 years.

But I think us Israelis and many kibbutzniks who biniino me next week it mountain mountain, trees, trees that same finished boot camp and there is no need for a rerun.

Then followed six Atlanta to Virginia two weeks of nonstop rain has twice hail the size of chicken eggs and me that fallen friend ¾ for various reasons (which was the hardest ).

It wasn't easy but haltti that there is no need to suffer or to prove a point. There is much to see in the USA than pine. But there is no doubt thatthe apalch dignity in place. Was a word used especially culturally despite all known members.                                                                                                       

Were the most amazing spots like the "Blueberry patch", "stndingber farm" and"Elmer's House" in hot springs.

People's generosity and hospitality just exceptions. It's rare to see today people give so much without expecting in return. The southern hospitality. The blue Berry Patch he even gave us his own car so we can make arrangements in town without asking any questions.

And the trail also attracts many people and creatures with a beehive, the quantity was exceeded in psycho.

Far right in the apalch.

The trail days in hot springs met everybody again has fallen and the company spent the remaining time together as much as possible. In the last week of the connected specifically to the American team got to go alone time. She also halita stops and she and her friend go to Mississippi and New Orleans, so I found myself in the same way two American psycho to the Mississippi.

Moved again in the smokis National Park so we can do this the points that should be considered. Through Alabama to Mississippi 's family. Is she surprised halita Grandma, banging on the door at 11 at night on the one hand and on the other hand, foreign guy who knew only a week before. Out with old Nightgown and gun loaded with ammo best aiming straight for us. Great, so I spent four days in Columbus Mississippi in a Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Didn't sleep a wink all night.

New Orleans all the way up to Michigan. ... Decomposition of 2 Michigan. ...

All the time I was in touch with "Amy" the trail and talked a lot about rodterip, where, when, why, how. During these months I have visited that weekend inChicago and who do I see? Yes, Amy. I had her for two days in Chicago including a ride back to Michigan, what are the chances??? Me two months she came with the car, opens the door and says, well you come from? I jumped in with all the gear and go.

Bill 66 Famous fromIllinois (Abraham Lincoln's home in Springfield) to Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico until we realized all this for a joke and only inpntilim sites in the style of the ketchup bottle in the world that way, of course, we stopped to watch and take pictures.

The haltheno to go toColorado to visit her father who went to freedom with his family and left our House. A week in Colorado including Denver Rocky Mountains National Park, part of the continantal divide and walks between mountains.

Away toUtah: Arches National Park, in p.l., Reyes on Zion and the Mormon sect town of hilldale polygamous cult place in applied.

Away toArizona: Grand Canyon, nabada: lvpd (how could you not),California: Death Valley National Park, Yosemite, San Francisco-Alcatraz, back through and Utah nabada toWyoming: Yellowstone Park.

From there to South Dakota: Mt. rshmor and dlands National Park, Deadwood (town). Minnesota and Wisconsin: 3ימים wooden hut near the Agam. And back to Michigan.

Madness!!! To me a40065.0600578704
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#273 Posted : Saturday, September 12, 2009 7:28:45 AM(UTC)
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I had a feeling I was going to read a message full of poison,
I love to read and understand there is downside for trail.

Well, in the end everything worked out for you, sounds like you did a hell of a trip. 40068.190150463 LiorEl
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#274 Posted : Thursday, October 15, 2009 12:25:54 AM(UTC)
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I want to do the Appalachia, but not sure in terms of date.-does it make sense to start the trail at the end of August? I want to do during the summer camp of the Jewish Agency, and then to do the trail (and Yes, I know the length)
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#275 Posted : Friday, October 16, 2009 1:49:02 AM(UTC)
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August- And end around October if you North? "  I do not know

If you then maybe Southpaw ", probably more experienced.

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#276 Posted : Friday, October 16, 2009 2:25:25 AM(UTC)
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If big idiot to do it all-start from the North in ktadin. If not consider doing what will last until mid-September further north to ktadin and then jump back to where you started to go south.

Expecting snow in Smokey's and other places for the winter. Need warmer gear IE. Check information on the Forum of TRAILFORUMS

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#277 Posted : Friday, October 16, 2009 3:50:07 AM(UTC)
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Go to. PCT.! (Though you can do)
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#278 Posted : Saturday, October 24, 2009 12:12:31 PM(UTC)
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The trail takes an average of 5-6 months. If you start at the end of August, and you have about two months, you can't do it all, unless you're an ultra Lite and enjoys running a lot.
Better concentrate and do a part. Or really slow, until the ktadin, or another section in the middle (where summer camp you're going to be?).
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#279 Posted : Saturday, October 31, 2009 1:22:55 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

After I managed to perform in the 2007 Israel running path and all the equipment on his back at 12:30 today, and it just opened the appetite, I would like to update you in 5-7-2010 (six months) I'm going for a run of a single man without logistical support in an attempt to approach the peak time for the 3,200 km long Appalachian Trail from ג'אורג'יה in southern u.s. border with Canada to the North.

Supposed to cross route 14 countries along the mountain ridge of the Appalachian mountains. The peak stands at 61 days.

While fewer than 70 a day done me very happy.

The trail is well experience and conditions that I made it in September, from Arad to Eilat was really hard thiano for Is a national asset.

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#280 Posted : Saturday, October 31, 2009 3:01:15 AM(UTC)
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Good luck
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