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bram  
#21 Posted : Tuesday, May 19, 2009 12:24:32 AM(UTC)
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Thanks giving.

The friendly manual has been achieved. I expect in the coming weeks the set. The arrangement of A4 pages like. I intend to scan and print on both sides, so I could get rid of the pages during the trip without pangs of conscience. Q: can you remember how many days-21 was first a restaurant? We try not to carry cooking equipment.

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#22 Posted : Tuesday, May 19, 2009 11:42:04 PM(UTC)
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I used to Cook all except for arohoti days and carried accordingly. I can't say how many days the restaurant had not searched for Greece. You can plan your route so that most these days will buy food and days just to eat cold food (sausage and bread). To answer your question exactly where there's a restaurant I would recommend you to read the friendly manual (hope you have the edition of 2008) whether village or Refugio (rafiog-unmanned shack) then it will be hot.

By the way, if you're going to do half and half next time, so good luck if you do not intend to return to comp the track I would recommend doing a scene in the middle like a chapter to torts and Ordesa agwas gets the best.

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#23 Posted : Wednesday, May 20, 2009 1:21:06 AM(UTC)
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Thank you, dig in.

I am an optimist, although I haven't done a step, I promise myself to complete the second half of next year.

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#24 Posted : Sunday, May 31, 2009 4:13:31 PM(UTC)
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Recently, several people approached me please for information on track but the Greece maps and books were not by not always able to give accurate information. Now all material returned to me so if anyone is interested in more information or just browse maps he's invited.
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#25 Posted : Saturday, June 6, 2009 9:42:26 PM(UTC)
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Providing,

I take it you didn't get many hostels along the way. We leave for two weeks and some, starting last week of July. Is your impression that you have to book your Hostels?

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#26 Posted : Tuesday, June 9, 2009 6:19:49 PM(UTC)
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From my experience, I'd recommend reservations if possible in terms of planning your trip, especially if you're without a tent, why take a chance? No need to book weeks in advance I think enough for several days. The hostels that can be filled are:

Goriz, respomuso, viados, coma pedrosa, estos colomers,

Generally not encountered in cases someone wasn't a place to sleep I saw hostels completely filled my understanding there is a law that prohibited all hostels places orders so that someone coming uninvited will always have a place to stay, I wouldn't count on it, but good to know.

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#27 Posted : Tuesday, June 9, 2009 10:55:13 PM(UTC)
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In Viados to reserve a cabin with it (so it is usually full) and it also owned and therefore cannot be set up.

In Colomers (and basically all belonging to the agoastorts bikatot) required to make a reservation, I could not find anywhere in Colomers although I tried to book a week in advance (also because I came to it this weekend), this little Shack and crowded (at least as of summer 2007, when I moved there us a cabin in nearby).

On my opinion, Estos expendable, it is relatively close to the town of Benasque, I went that day than to Viados Valle de Estos (the hut is about three hours up the Valley) at the end of the Valley and Lake has soared is 10 minutes drive south – where there are many hotels and some really nice town writers and is a day of rest.
Also, if you're without a tent the next day because between Espitau de Estos to Vielha hut and no need to spend a night in a tent (I'm not sure you can get to the front Espitau de Vielha in one day).

Of course I was in good shape after three weeks in the mountains at the same time, I don't know what your fitness and how he will be at the same time.
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#28 Posted : Wednesday, June 10, 2009 10:09:30 PM(UTC)
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Thank you to everyone. We're making progress and decisions. I was able to book several nights, I've been waiting to speak Spanish to come to me next week to buy the rest. We decided to take a tent (960 TARPTENT caused) add cooking equipment (1,500 g for both) so that it becomes completely independent. Yet the goal is to sleep as much as possible in hostels. (Passed the age of frugality and want to meet people.) The puzzle is how to deal with the hot weather expected at first in conjunction with the increases. As stated, "on the back" allows flexibility in deciding where and when to stay.
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#29 Posted : Wednesday, June 10, 2009 10:45:24 PM(UTC)
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About temperature highest temperature went not through 25 c, didn't specify which part of the route you are planning, but my knowledge only in the region near the Mediterranean warm weather (I wasn't there).

About the tent in my opinion an important decision, I prefer to travel that way.

Good luck!
Have fun!
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#30 Posted : Friday, June 12, 2009 9:44:53 AM(UTC)
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We go in and walk away 15-16 days, according to the book. 25 per month but likely. Will survive.
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#31 Posted : Friday, June 12, 2009 7:33:47 PM(UTC)
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Another question for the provision,

How do you cook On the blowtorch? If so, punch or twist? Whether containers are available along the route?

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#32 Posted : Saturday, June 13, 2009 10:23:21 PM(UTC)
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I cooked on a gas burner with a twist Small enough container for a week or more. Containers can be found in towns. In the first two weeks there's nowhere I can say with certainty that there will be gas tanks except sallent de galego but it's tax day 13. Anyway two weeks not to carry all gas.

Don't remember if I told you or anyone else but if you only have two weeks and you're going to come back and finish it all so have fun if you're not going to go so I recommend making another section to include more.

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#33 Posted : Sunday, June 14, 2009 1:19:12 AM(UTC)
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We land at 5.30 pm at IRUN hoping to find more gas tanks. As stated, only 15-16 March a day of mourning will continue next year and so on, until the end. Inshallah.
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#34 Posted : Sunday, June 14, 2009 1:04:03 PM(UTC)
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Good chance you won't puncture containers but flare in Bled, rarely found perforating.

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#35 Posted : Sunday, June 21, 2009 2:51:30 AM(UTC)
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To provide (and anyone who can answer my questions),

I read your story on the gr11 you did last year, and would love if you could answer me a few questions about the path (if already appeared here-don't answer that). I travel to Spain at the beginning of August and hope to be able to do the entire trail from West to East. I know it's not so optimized in terms of m at the end of September, but it's a gamble I'm taking.

Frequently asked questions:
What is the level maps in the workbook pages treated her? Would you recommend it? What is the price? Where can I buy it? She is so specific to for itself so that it cancels, the navigation options are? What is the path?
-If I choose to do for only with maps-is there any way to replace maps with hikers who come from the other direction. Is selling maps in towns along the trail?
-I'm going to do this for different dates to you, but in General what is the amount? I mean, I guess, to do the trail mostly alone, but of course it is more optimal to join occasionally to maintain sanity. I guess you did you too? Do the majority of the trail are Spanish?
-Washing-what you did? For SOAP? Is there any possibility to do laundry in the town alone?
-In terms of access to the Internet and attracting money
-Safety-no problem for anyone who goes alone to camp anywhere you want
-You only wrote twice along the trail, but from what I understand there are a lot of sheep on the way. However, there were no problems on this (was healthy throughout the Trek)?
-Economic: assuming I sleep almost every night in a tent and cook myself most of the time-a few euros per day in this entry should go?
-Bnziniia-fuel shouldn't be difficult to achieve in the villages and towns, right?

Well, it's more specifically for himself, but because I've never done a long walkway (done much trekking of 7-8-9 days, but of course it's not the same thing) then I'd love any advice I can get. I would love if you could give me a detailed list of the equipment for taking and concluding whether or not what was unnecessary. Not be able to replace much of the equipment I have (it's not economically feasible at the moment) is very heavy. I'd like recommendations especially clothing.
I'd like also to recommendations regarding things that change of heart, things that haven't had second thoughts? Special places-I'd love to hear about everything.

Thanks in advance,

Ravid
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#36 Posted : Sunday, June 21, 2009 5:05:59 AM(UTC)
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Hi, impressive and useful description.

I have a question about the cost of a trip,

Some got their trip, including flights, accommodation, and food?
(Without equipment)

matanba  
#37 Posted : Monday, June 22, 2009 8:34:03 PM(UTC)
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-The best she deserves good maps, topographic maps in scale 1:40 but in the land of 10,000 and it indicates all relevant as hostels and water sources, it does not allow a navigation path because it's the size of A4.

-Check the level for changes but is merely to understand the worst ב"קצוות are marked" you haven't done if I divide all the navigation elements and how each has served me so I say: 50%: 40%, 10%.

-Known towns and episodes usually stores maps and tourist information offices in most cases just the same. I wouldn't build it and I wouldn't count on taking travellers maps across especially if you don't travel.

The camping rules I have outlined in the summary. In terms of safety, never encountered any problem I felt very safe everywhere.

Indeed many water twice didn't see a need for more than that, I had no special health problems because of this, but I must say that I have a general lien compliance system, who feel that clear.

I met every day gives someone walking on the trail, usually those people. About half are Spaniards holchim, there are many Germans, Englishmen, Belgians and French.

I did the washing in the river every day, and once a week around the washing machine.

-Available in large towns have as are banks and ATMs. The most effective media and required step especially if he walks alone this phone has signal near settlements and in high places sometimes.

-If you sleep most nights camping and cooking for yourself, the day you for about 10-15 euros that includes a super food and once a week in camp and a hearty meal at the restaurant isn't fancy.

-Shouldn't be too hard to get in but I can't say for sure when Greece used the blowtorch.

The whole trip cost does not include airfare out roughly 1100-1200 euros for two months when they were on tour after than and stays in Barcelona that is expensive and more interesting as a walking stick that broke and lost gas burner etc.

-Regarding the equipment there are three things you need to make sure that it will be easy, easy. The Forum has enough experts who tell you much better than I do how to do it. Canes must be cheap and good company not or if their ropes. I narkati to cold weather than really but if you're in the mountains in October will be more so cold weather to good nutrition has crucial importance in particular hardly long-consult with somebody who knows about food that will give you energy and take up a lot of volume.

Good luck!

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#38 Posted : Sunday, August 2, 2009 1:49:49 AM(UTC)
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Providing welcome

I want to explore a few days (5-6) on the GR11, the section is accessible because transport in Barcelona.

Is it possible.

If it is in trouble is clearly getting there and getting around?

How do I find the points between for local public transportation?

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matanba  
#39 Posted : Wednesday, August 5, 2009 9:55:11 PM(UTC)
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A friendly guide has a list of access roads to the track. If you invest a little more in the cab so we can reach more places on the track.

First select the General area in which you want to do and what parts of it can be reached by public transport.

Transport access places in the book are (West to East): p.de urkiaga, irun, elizondo, puerto de isaba, ibaneta, ziriza, ochagavia, candanchu, sallent de galego, bielsa-pineta, parzan, viella, espot, tunnel, arans, encamp, la vajol planoles, beget, el port de la selva

In some cases it may be on one bus a day at best. This is usually at least 2-3 buses/trains that need replacing when coming from Barcelona.

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#40 Posted : Wednesday, August 5, 2009 10:49:03 PM(UTC)
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Thanks brother!

We focus on the parks of ordesa and igostertos

Do you have any specific recommendations for 2-5 days in one end parks instead?

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