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#321 Posted : Monday, October 25, 2010 12:35:51 PM(UTC)
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But let's organize time nectar together in a meeting.
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#322 Posted : Friday, December 17, 2010 7:34:40 PM(UTC)
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I plan to leave in June from harper's ferry to the North and end in September at katadin

Would love to contact members of the influential forum for experience or if someone will be around this time (who does everything trhu) or even a shared start

I would love comments and who got info/help you can contact me by email

Epitaph2@gmail.com

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#323 Posted : Friday, December 17, 2010 8:13:50 PM(UTC)
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I wouldn't call it as optimal, that Greece would be in Pennsylvania during the heat doesn't matter so there sipmeti.
Here's an idea: assuming that you're flying to New York, go north from New York to Maine, then South from New York to arfers. It's not logistically more complex (trains from New York to) and so do New Jersey Pennsylvania in September when more cool. In addition you will have a more varied experience of walking South and North (there will be many fewer people you walk south). In addition, if you find you faster than you expect and want to continue, you are arfers to continue South until you run out of time/patience.
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#324 Posted : Friday, December 17, 2010 8:45:02 PM(UTC)
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In terms of weather all who do the trail passes right there at this time, so I wouldn't say I suffer from it more than others. I also look forward to seeing all the people and the people who move there this time and travel with people as well.

But the truth is nothing close and your idea is interesting (although less winking at me to make two halves instead of finishing everything on katadin) and I think I kinda need the help and experience of all the people who go north this time from Harper's Perry.

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#325 Posted : Friday, December 17, 2010 10:36:47 PM(UTC)
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When you start a arfers and go north along with the herd, at least initially, people just move on and do the much larger distances from you every day. I think you might as well try to start slow until you get in shape, so I don't burn too fast.

In terms of specific questions to ask-and we answered.
Equipment-wise?! In terms of getting there? Your expectations?
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#326 Posted : Friday, December 17, 2010 10:57:37 PM(UTC)
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The problem is it's THRUHIKE in five to six months, they have less flexibility about the weather so that the fabric is too cold, too hot in the middle and can be cold (depending on when you arrive). Because walking is three months have more flexibility.
In any case, benefits arfers, at first because you will have three weeks of the flat to get in shape (but with lots of rocks and water problems in superheated summer).
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#327 Posted : Saturday, December 18, 2010 5:17:00 PM(UTC)
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Anyani just in the early stages of planning. Just recently I got this job.
About the equipment I have (ksterl auspryy 58) and shoes (old Oslo pawrmatic, which can be too heavy washing but I prefer it to nkiaha of the ankle). I close on this point the heat equipment and I really need. I mean, like, what if k tent and enough brass ikoplis layer and some bronze jacket also most tetnas that I can fix them at this time. Regarding the other equipment I. Sure whether to go with a nzinia to happen or make a deal.
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#328 Posted : Saturday, December 18, 2010 7:36:06 PM(UTC)
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I think questions will suffice. But I'm biased.
Winter equipment if you are starting from June and go north, I don't think we should have a serious snow or things like that. Perhaps only in the White Mountains – let's them ready just in case. But maybe we should just wait for some day or two down, instead of carrying heavy equipment just for this.
During the same period I carried brass blanket (bought it at 1.6 in Port Clinton), and I was without a tent on Appalachia. At the same time there were no many others discourage the area then was a place in shlterim. Just went back to the White Mountains a week the second my big bag (7). Rain will fall quite a bit, anyway. It wasn't too cold most of the time.
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#329 Posted : Sunday, December 19, 2010 1:40:20 PM(UTC)
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The most important thing and I can't hear you-dating a great gym, everything else will come strong arprsperi bulls and Cassius Clay and if fast crawl them miss the fun in going together. Get ready to 35 km per day.

The hot, humid summer where thunderstorms and lightning, flies and mosquitoes. Suggest you go and get more tips on the latest TRAILFORUMS detailed information there more than we give, the Americans are very good at giving advice and ask questions. Seriously.

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#330 Posted : Wednesday, December 22, 2010 2:20:12 AM(UTC)
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Bteriill poromes actually is what I recommended (must begin with arfers and end at katadin)

About fitness, in the coming year I intend to travel as much as I can and to do it in the country to work out with (need money for school and after that) anyway I can always start a little earlier in June and throughout this month I expect waves of people moving so I'm sure I'm going to get into a rhythm until the end of the month.

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#331 Posted : Wednesday, December 22, 2010 10:38:14 AM(UTC)
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Yes, I think we should not exaggerate the fitness thing start to go how you want, and be ready for it all to go initially. After two weeks on the trail, be fit peaks.
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#332 Posted : Wednesday, March 9, 2011 8:43:24 PM(UTC)
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Link to Nice video anyone filmed on Appalachia-24 pictures in sequence every day all over the track.
Feels good of all this Green blundered. And it was also nice to identify some places. On 40611.7390972222
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#333 Posted : Monday, March 14, 2011 4:04:08 PM(UTC)
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I'm leaving in early April for the East coast of the United States and have a week.

I'd like to recommend the best part to this day on the trail (preferably southern area).

Be green and challenges etc.

Thank you very much.

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#334 Posted : Monday, March 14, 2011 6:01:33 PM(UTC)
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It's hard to get around with public transport in the area, go to the start point and end point with transport where you pause before going?

Should focus on Smokey's. Not exactly next to Tennessee but prettier than other sections in the same area, remember that early April everything in hurling. Be ready for the snow and cold in terms of equipment.

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#335 Posted : Friday, March 18, 2011 12:17:47 PM(UTC)
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Thank you very much.

Is there an option for 5 days in a row or something?

There is another section in the area between New York and Tennessee you recommend it?

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#336 Posted : Friday, March 18, 2011 1:14:50 PM(UTC)
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Smokey's mountains

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#337 Posted : Sunday, March 20, 2011 7:00:21 PM(UTC)
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The Shenandoah is very beautiful and relatively easy. I don't know how easy to reach by public transport. Basically you can get up to Harper's Ferry from Washington d.c. by train and just go from there South (approx. 2-3 days further South is the Shenandoah).
On the other hand, you have to pay for Shenandoah campsites (in tents), and certainly also book in advance.
South of Shenandoah has the blue ridge parkway which is also pretty easy for (the path winds along the road, in a big way), nor within the Park (= no need to pay for accommodation, book in advance).
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#338 Posted : Monday, March 21, 2011 4:19:53 PM(UTC)
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At Shenandoah, Noam- Unless something has changed in the last year, so I really don't.

-This thing is more personal. I really don't like the Smokey's, that has a more than 50 percent do not see anything because of the clouds, because there are too many people and too many regulations, and a lack of flexibility in choosing the shelters (you have to order them in advance that you will not troheicr the most popular seasons are not available).

Anyway, the critical section is do you have a car, you would toss, etc that public transportation in the u.s., horrible and comes just a couple of points on the path. You can pay for, but for one man it can be quite expensive, depending on where On the other hand with a car, you need to get back to the car.    Take into account at the beginning of April, likely to snow, especially in the higher elevations (Smokey's, Shenandoah, and others), or cold, miserable rain. All a matter of luck.

The option I would take is a few days ' walk of apalch in the New York area, where there is very good public transportation from New York, some parts of the trail. In addition the height where much lower than in Southern Appalachian spring, so that it doesn't itoaityavi, temperature there higher in April than the Southern Appalachian spring, you can enjoy a spring. The disadvantage is that New York has a less exciting views, although there are a few places with interesting views, and crossing the Hudson River on foot is an interesting experience. Anyway if you are looking for exciting views you won't find them in most parts of the apalch this season, because the leaves grow on the trees longer, most of the mountains where there are partial views, or no views at all.
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#339 Posted : Monday, March 21, 2011 4:50:18 PM(UTC)
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The campgrounds don't cost money? I remembered. Maybe it was just one, but the shlterim were free. Well, it's been several years.
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#340 Posted : Thursday, March 24, 2011 7:41:24 PM(UTC)
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Thank you to everyone.
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