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#21 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2007 9:16:52 AM(UTC)
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Tatonka 70L backpack back system V1
I'm not close to McCready which temperature is around salewa's 5th
Drinking-5 l bag of liquidpak
Regarding the rest of the gear I'm open to suggestions.

P.s. I don't close if buy shoes with leather or some other epidemic.
Or with GORE TEX or not.
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#22 Posted : Wednesday, February 21, 2007 7:52:41 PM(UTC)
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Two options: start with your heavy winter gear, or start with the equipment you have in October and upgrade to more hot equipment as needed.   I'd prefer the other.

Here's an idea: you could try campmor, shoes, sleeping bags (not write whether Fahrenheit or Centigrade 5-a huge difference) etc and then after a month on the road, call them and they will send you the mailing supplies as GENERAL DELIVERY (they do it all the time).  That way you won't have to carry more weight when your body still not fully fit, and if not, quit wasting money on equipment not fixed.

Depending on hydration bags work great in the fall, but winter use of plastic bottles GAITORAID etc worked much better. Much easier to get out of a bottle with a wide opening the ice accumulated than bag with a narrow opening.  In addition, bags tend to atachorer in temperature extremes (especially when it comes to Platypus).   Five gallons is a lot too. In case of an emergency you can always melt snow.

Backpack-I have no idea.  Whatever works for you.  Remember that winter you take equipment with a much larger volume and taking emergency food, so make sure you can tie all outside casing over the place.

A-unless you sleep very hot, and ready to sleep with the clothes you have to winter pounds he at least 15 f and k 0 f won't be wrong. You can handle that, but upside down winter pounds if the weight and volume increment not bothering you, go to sinantti to avoid so called blower poisoning as a result of the freezing water into the bag for a few days.

-Normal shoes sneakers are completely taboo disease nearly all the moves, but snow is sometimes not so. I have no personal experience with the disease, but in winter you certainly want shoes.   Actually the shoes I'd most like to use winter with removable insulation so that I can sleep with them at night.  I guess I can dry them overnight if they get soggy.  Haven't tried, but in theory it sounds good.    Again, reject buying shoes (but not selected) because shoes wear out anyway so if you start with the ducts in October until the end of December is likely to need to replace them.

List of tips I can give you on the subject of winter clothing is ansofit, as in everything, it works for some people and some are not.   One of my friends who apalch last winter lived in New York City and I guess he is happy to share their experience and advice.

If you really want to do for next winter, and if big (because from experience at least 50% of what you say next year do for chicken out at the last minute or objective reasons cannot ultimately do the same), so send me your email and send it to him.  It's always best to get information from more than one person.

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#23 Posted : Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:55:13 AM(UTC)
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What about campmor website bnzignot saw some types which one better then {I just don't know I used to nzignot stove fuel}

About bag-5 c I rely on what my father told me that he uses around 10 plus Germany have no way to check it out.

Again, I ask about the plague of the shoe is better skin or other materials

Regarding food products are to take {realized rice and sneakers are "mandatory"}
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#24 Posted : Thursday, February 22, 2007 7:39:17 AM(UTC)
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Maybe other Forum members can help you bnznity. I don't. I used the alcohol stove on apalch but since I don't use the oven.

About to have a bag for f if you buy in the USA.  Minus five Celsius is 23 degrees Fahrenheit. It's barely enough for October, although there will be nights where you need to go with all the clothes in December when the temperature even further and in January you can expect low night temperature that will be from 10 to zero Fahrenheit and even lower than potential, depending on your location and your luck. If you was right (and starting in October will ensure good acclimatization of cold), if you wear all the clothes in the bed, you sleep and eat every few hours, maybe, just maybe you can sleep a few hours in a sleeping bag rated 25 Fahrenheit. (See Tips for writing the link http://www.hike.co.il/posts/t64018% d7% 99% d7% 91% d7% 9c% d7% aa% d7% a6% d7% 99% d7% 95% d7% 94% d7% 95% d7% a9% d7%, 9e,% d7% a7% d7% 9c )

To a very low temperature, it is better not to risk it. The km of 0 degrees Fahrenheit equals the weight, and that doesn't cost sinttti pounds too.

About shoes-campmor a variety of winter shoes some ridiculous prices http://www.campmor.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CategoryDisplay?catalogId=40000000226&storeId=226&categoryId=69720&langId=-1 category_rn = & parent _ 69710

Any equipment which used in winter on the apalch, my regret is using low shoes, and shoes. They worked fine when I went (walking warms feet) but while I was out of the bag legs were cold and misery. Tell you what shoes work best is like saying you have the best food. You'll have to decide for yourself after you go to the store and try them.  I'd go with low winter shoes, but that's me. You insure the yankele makeover.  Ditto about food.  You have to make along the way what do you like to eat.  Your appetite may also differ, because in winter, at least my body tends to want to eat more fat. In the winter I had between 4000-6000 calories per day, every day, but not all the same metabolism.

You should consider yourself lucky because you just one coach from the cheapest.

P.s.  Send your email to my friend in New York. Hope he gets it.

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#25 Posted : Thursday, February 22, 2007 10:14:55 AM(UTC)
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Initial רשמ"צ
Tatonka 70L backpack
The salewa-5.
Leiner.
Http://www.campmor.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?productId=112288&memberId=12500226
Professional + socks a pair brass socks per night
The thermal-log http://www.campmor.com/w...=17939&memberId=12500226
Thermal shirt.
Http://www.campmor.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?productId=39226187&memberId=12500226
A coat-http://www.campmor.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?productId=39210511&memberId=12500226
Backpack rain cover
This first list still without shoes {can't check it out.
Online}
Regarding no tent so I figured if it nizerch
And I'm still an activist mother bzinia
{Purifying water to nizerch and type a kind}
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#26 Posted : Thursday, February 22, 2007 6:36:46 PM(UTC)
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I just can't write my opinion about specific items, though I don't know them, though some have not registered their weight (critical), and I think you should decide for yourself.  If you've been checking online, and you're on a tight budget for equipment (consider having to spend $ 1000 plus minus on equipment) check out REIOUTLET.COM. They have a variety of campmor, but also their prices sometimes, and sometimes find real bargains there. You won't be able to see the equipment before you buy it, but they have a great return policy.

Keep in mind that the thermal wear pants below the regular pants, which means if you want to wear both at night, you have to take your pants off, put the tights then put your pants back on. Cumbersome and even more tricky if you want to start to go with both.  I bought a really cheap fleece pants campmor Indian who put above my normal pants, and prevent the problem.

-Probably you need a tent, if only for safety reasons.

BTW, you wrote סאות'פו

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#27 Posted : Thursday, February 22, 2007 7:08:52 PM(UTC)
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So he wrote but his email nimachk me so that he can take out
It would be nice again.
About trunks is supposed to serve me day if degrees are going to be around anything down.
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#28 Posted : Thursday, February 22, 2007 7:25:30 PM(UTC)
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Legs are warmed up very quickly on foot even in temperatures below freezing. You will find out very quickly that you're sweating in tights after a few minutes.  Even better to put the tights over their pants than underneath, because it's easier to download them.  There is no one in the winter to wake you something ridiculous appearance.
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#29 Posted : Sunday, February 25, 2007 1:44:33 PM(UTC)
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Now another question about the track itself should I buy/read
Manuals or plan a route in particular saw basically the maps of the route that generally mirrors the since I need to find more maps
Listed or I should be closed since it is on and
{Sorry about the dig but topic sounds a little too easy to get out and play
The path}
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#30 Posted : Sunday, February 25, 2007 2:45:33 PM(UTC)
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It may sound strange, but to walk the trail as far as there's no navigation map and directory. The trail is marked with high level and there is no way to get lost.

However ...

You must take at least one book, not to navigate to reviews of shlterim places, water resources, roads, towns, etc.

Find the books is pretty simple:

DataBook: data relatively easy all shlterim locations, water resources, roads, and other important landmarks. For example, you are at a certain point on the path, and you can book another 5 miles you have a source of water, another 12 miles have shelter, and another 2 mile road if you have to go about to the East after 2 kilometers you have there post town.

Companion: gives only information about the distances between the shlterim, without other landmarks, but gives more diverse background (usually not necessary), for example, in this book you can find information about the wildlife around you and the plants, you can see a map of the nearest town, including more detailed information on what constitutes and what not etc.

WingFoot: book should be combining the DataBook for Companion. I never used it so I can't vouch but I know that some other people who relied on it.

I started the trail only the Companion (didn't know about the existence of other books), and throughout the first two weeks I wondered how everyone knows where there's water, where there were no towns are marked in my book, and me such things. Once I realized that they had the chance. DataBook first (NOC).

I think if you're nervous about the weight no problem renouncing the Companion and go with just the'm DataBook however 80% of the time I was banking on the DataBook and 20% on Companion and combination of both had.

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#31 Posted : Sunday, February 25, 2007 7:30:32 PM(UTC)
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Later on Amir said: in recent years the COMPANION's people decided that they're tired of competing with WINGFOOT so they did a combination of the COMPANION and DATABOOK.  The result is a book that is a combination of both and its probably good level of WINGFOOT (depending on who you ask).  The big advantage of the COMPANION he can download it free from the Internet (remember, this is my favorite word in Hebrew), and print.

Http://www.aldha.org/comp_pdf.htm

Note that registered name in it in 2006. He explained that until April 2007 fire.    At the time, before I started the Apache took the pages I print and lowered them with photocopy zoom at the University and eventually put more than four original pages on each side of a page.  Took a few hours but saved me some weight.

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#32 Posted : Sunday, February 25, 2007 10:35:46 PM(UTC)
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Mm. Giving advice to people on Appalachia. Some fun.
I think Rooney here cover everything, after all, is the highest authority to Appalachia in winter (and possibly ever).
About heating food-I highly recommend a deal. If you search the network to find pepsi stove probably many sites explaining how to make this your own, and/or where can I buy those kind of prices. There are even films on youtube explaining how to prepare it. For travel one is more than enough.
About-food runs? Bags of prepared meals that you can buy in every writer. And of course the sugary snacks throughout the day. They would have food threads where people began what they eat every day, but mostly Lipton and sneakers kept on the path.
About the tent, just so you have a place to crawl when you start some unexpected storm and you won't be near Schlatter. Look for something, and it doesn't have to be the most spacious and comfortable in the world. These emergency cases that would be small, dry veg.
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#33 Posted : Sunday, February 25, 2007 10:36:57 PM(UTC)
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And about the book I traveled with the Handbook, which is the number of ingapot. I was very happy with it, and had no need for data book and/or compnion. From what I gather, each one alone will provide you with exactly the same information, in the end, which is just a matter of personal preference.
I carried with me no maps, only followed the white markings.
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#34 Posted : Saturday, April 14, 2007 3:12:15 AM(UTC)
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Hey
I need help I read some forum but this specific topic
That's how I'm going to be in the United States in early September and have time zone
Until the end of October.
I really want to do some haplatim during these two months.
1. where to start and which Greece
2. is there any place in the country to get the manuals for compnion etc.

The Israel National Trail ashishti but I can't define myself going fast or very high fitness

So if possible give me some place real end

Thanks in advance grain
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#35 Posted : Saturday, April 14, 2007 7:39:39 AM(UTC)
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Do a search on the Forum here apalch and find lots of useful information.


Most of what you asked has been answered here before like you compnion you can download for free from the site of ALDHA.


Big September and October are the best months for the apalch. Temperature as explained, no bugs, and nice-casting begins and you enjoy tadaimim views. It is important for you to go south to get on with.


Where you start depends on what you want. Two-thirds of value will do, and how to begin further north that meet in casting.  I would recommend not to do rather than wine because it makes you get into the hardest of the trail, and behind most of the other movements (much nicer to walk when you have around another Kings).   Maybe better dooch at the northern end of the LONG TRAIL in VERMONT, on the Canadian border. There is no public transport, but there are other places in Vermont and hitchhiked in ormant really easy.  September is the most popular season to start the path there for fall (its exact timing varies each year) so you won't be alone.  The LT connects to apalch (they overlap to כ150 km) and then continue South on the Appalachian Trail with the THRUHIKERS crowd that started about a month before.  I think you can get two months to Pennsylvania or even fruit and arfers there are good public transport.


 


I consider myself to do a piece of Maine New Hampshire and/or LONG TRAIL in September and October, so you might want to keep in touch.  Write me in private messages but soon because five days I flew United < IMG border = 0 src = "/smileys/smiley4.gif" >.


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#36 Posted : Monday, May 7, 2007 12:16:52 AM(UTC)
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Sorry, but some basic questions can be answered it but not so understood:

1. When can I start the path (two aueptiot)

2. can you do it alone?

3. more focused equipment list for this specific

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#37 Posted : Monday, May 7, 2007 1:18:29 AM(UTC)
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Most begin in mid-March to mid-April

Only the good.

List of Forum pretty fit

What equipment do you have? Can you buy in the USA? What about Cher?

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#38 Posted : Monday, May 7, 2007 8:38:00 AM(UTC)
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Talked earlier about possible out of the north end zone in July if I'm not mistaken? (In terms of times is what I make.

God bless gym not missing (nailed Bill successfully + Israel slammed Romania a week) and just a hunch.

About equipment, don't really understand many concepts that alluded to, there are good shcsh and shoes but I don't know if they fit (a bit ilvatltam me now)

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#39 Posted : Monday, May 7, 2007 4:01:55 PM(UTC)
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Sounds not bad from North to South in July. Come to Jamaica in December, cold and rainy. Need to check your Smokey's closed in November. Enter to TRAILFORUMS updated information.

About my list-represents, needs rain storm suit and also for cold nights more toward September. remember that you go against the direction and not sure who you are will go south. Search in affiliate TRAILFORUMS,

What equipment do you have? The following list is accurate. The important issue of food and cooking utensils, water purification. Tent. See for example what Amir took another path.

Http://www.hike.co.il/forum_posts.asp?TID=2982&PN=1

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#40 Posted : Tuesday, May 29, 2007 6:25:12 PM(UTC)
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How should I start planning my Appalachian route {in terms of how I started-I-value and where I can stock up again}?
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