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yotam k  
#1 Posted : Friday, February 18, 2011 3:08:18 AM(UTC)
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Looking for partner in northern Scandinavia (Arctic tundra) in August.
Called nordkalottleden trail and is spiraling on the borders of Norway and Sweden, Finland
The trail passes through the small area virtually uninhabited

Length: 800 km
Weather: between 15° 0, one-third of the time the rain (when there's rain, mosquitoes), very strong winds.
Logistics: once every two weeks is there anywhere I can buy food (400 km the first), no water


I keep kosher and Shabbat

This seems appropriate to him or who knows someone please contact


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#2 Posted : Friday, February 18, 2011 12:38:37 PM(UTC)
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I see you decided to go for it in the end. Very good!
Good luck!
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#3 Posted : Friday, February 18, 2011 1:24:15 PM(UTC)
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Looks great track being!

Are you sure your current tent doesn't fit?
Is there anyone here who has done the same with TARPTENT.
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#4 Posted : Friday, February 18, 2011 3:23:03 PM(UTC)
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I'm sure that it matches, ranking him 4 to 40 m.p.h. winds where winds can reach 60 m.p.h. (it neither Henry Shires she doesn't fit the scarp is a little heavy, and some doubt his durability in ghosts)

For that one who made with watch tarptent, what I wrote below that thread you linked, is the home version tarptent with very low pitch (the and lowest would be one part of a 3 part-leki hiking stick in the back and one and a half part of the second hiking stick in the front) in order to shade very strong winds

Right now I'm torn between
MLD speedmid with perimeter
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MLD tgoat ptarmigan bivy trailstar +

Two main things you will need to provide a tent:
1. strong winds very resistant
2. protection from mosquitoes (very vicious mosquitoes there)
(Probably rain too.) Yotam k 40592.5222916667
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#5 Posted : Friday, February 18, 2011 5:35:40 PM(UTC)
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I moved these New Zealand spirits with Tharp. You can count on it. Just know how to build it and to find a suitable place.
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#6 Posted : Sunday, February 20, 2011 12:46:18 AM(UTC)
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The CONTRAIL actually has very low riser option, the SHADE structure WINDS (how do you say this in Hebrew?) in very good shape,
The structure of the classic skoolle with rounded back edge I think deal less with wind, ג"כ cannot bring it very close to the ground.

By the way, if I can get something more durable Alma lcholi spirits, why compromise and relying on my expertise in establishing Tharp (which I still have) and limit the self where to erect the tent yotam k 40602.5044907407
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#7 Posted : Sunday, February 20, 2011 1:57:32 AM(UTC)
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Because winds 100 transceiver level any tent will stand neither 4 seasons. There's about 4 seasons. 4 seasons that the snow and rain. To be false. Need to find a good shelter from the wind in any case at all.
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#8 Posted : Sunday, February 20, 2011 2:49:12 AM(UTC)
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The setting is not correct may (4 seasons)
On the way to higher winter storm

No doubt there are more durable and less resistant tent,

I guess this thing is more durable than most if not all tarphim (no doubt set him in trouble)

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#9 Posted : Sunday, February 20, 2011 4:37:10 PM(UTC)
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How you do with food to 400 km? And more kosher? Some carry?
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#10 Posted : Sunday, February 20, 2011 9:17:31 PM(UTC)
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In the first 400 km away there is a place that you can stock up on food, which means carrying food to 200 miles (until today how much the greatest food I carried was for 90 km)

I'm probably going to take about 10 kilos of dry food = 40000 calories 10 13 days = 3000-4000 calories a day.
No water,

Kosher:
These countries have lists of jobs, although it would be unwise to rely on this to find remote locations (except abisko) products from the list, I'm currently testing can dry food delivery
You may have to athelb and eat only rice and products you find from the list



I want to do it olterliit
My goal is to get to 18 kilos to everything.
Backpack tent-2200 pounds of deal made
Tefillin-1500 grams
Etc
Eat 10 kilos.


If someone experienced in carrying food such long distances (I suppose Elk) who gets his mind.




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#11 Posted : Sunday, February 20, 2011 11:43:21 PM(UTC)
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Can this 200 km no big deal but the rate you're going to go it makes you a lot of food.
You have to go a lot faster. 10-13 day to 200 km/h is rate of
15-20 km per day. Plan about 25-30 km per day 6-8 days then you carry. Otherwise you just fall apart. Also as titkdam in track you are going to be increasingly hungry and want to get more food. I suggest you come up with a very good gym and rates higher but your judgment.

Check that you have where to buy alcohol?

Need rain gear.

Eyal
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#12 Posted : Tuesday, February 22, 2011 9:51:28 PM(UTC)
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Thanks Eyal

The calculation of days based on information from people who followed the path and (nordkalottleden google maps) , you'd do at a faster rate,
The limit will not be walking because of daylight.

Haven't checked about alcohol, but I'm currently checking could use in wood burning stove

About rain, I wrote in the first post of the thread it's a lot of rain, one of the people who did the writing for me not to use because the spirit ponchos (the third letter was very strong spirit)?
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#13 Posted : Tuesday, February 22, 2011 10:12:39 PM(UTC)
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It is a matter of style. Eventually you will get advice from 1000 thousand people. You need to develop your walking style.
The problem is not limiting the hours of light. But limiting your ability to gobble distances. I think you better come in relatively good shape walking than to start from scratch for that. I guess I have quite a few navigation if you go faster you crimp. Think you should go this route with another person to divide responsibilities and difficulties.

If it's an Arctic tundra where you don't have to use WOOD BURNING.
Have one ready? Have excellent windscreen.

Again, it's a matter of style. There are those who love and those who love poncho outfit. Entirely. Poncho's.

Another important thing.
It's a good thing and read other people's stories and opinion but ultimately what one has seen is not what you see. You don't really know what the other person knows, can really do and do. Some people tend to be indifferent to the dangers and those all into bug tent at night looks like a Grizzly coming to eat you.
Take all the grain of salt and be dynamic.
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#14 Posted : Monday, February 28, 2011 3:34:48 PM(UTC)
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About walk rate (daily) I think it does light hours, because if I go at a speed of 2.4 km/h depending on the area (including rest stops) to do 30 km bad case takes 15 hours.

Also if it an Arctic tundra you can use WOOD BURNING though not easily. Using the above the treeline Bushbuddy in arctic conditions
Anyway, I'm not sure I go for wood burning
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#15 Posted : Monday, February 28, 2011 4:59:56 PM(UTC)
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If you go 2 km at this low rate. I suggest you think more like 4-5 transceiver. Get fit walking before as much as you can. 15 hours have light because you're from there almost 24 hours light. You have to get 4 transceiver regardless of surface route. (Except for maontaniring or difficulty of climbing)

If you are good with the BUSHBUDDY so I would go with something more conventional. To experiment with exotic things like track. The link is interesting but maybe you should try that first before you go.
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#16 Posted : Monday, February 28, 2011 6:26:48 PM(UTC)
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-And the various sites has information from Sweden, Finland and Norway, to call them and get details on the phone.
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#17 Posted : Tuesday, March 1, 2011 2:26:14 AM(UTC)
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Eyal, from 4 to 2 mph average daily that includes constipation (10 minute minimum), including tbrbroyoth, navigation and of course in this area, I appreciate my walking speed of 6 mph on Highway (I checked it once.)

Of course what you suggest is the optimal option, a faster rate than food logistics-less-less time away from civilization (Yes, it's a little intimidating me.)
Probably do another path before it.

As I said, I don't think I'd go for wood burning stove, though probably buy one for other trips


Ma, thanks for the Enlightenment, I just about continuous telephone and email contact with people, I prefer email over telephone, (English conversation)







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#18 Posted : Tuesday, March 1, 2011 3:55:07 AM(UTC)
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Yotam. Why did you stop you 10 minutes every hour?
This style? It is important to know to direct.

What Bill thought to do before?
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#19 Posted : Tuesday, March 1, 2011 1:32:04 PM(UTC)
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It sounds like the right design, stop for ten minutes every hour in the real world, the impulse is to go hungry until mtaiifim or during long distance walk from irresistible impulse is to go and stop, stop-hits in the sequence of physical and mental. I used to go at least 12-15 km long first pit stop for. Until the body heats up (like a truck) takes some time, and when that happens you aspire and surging forward.
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#20 Posted : Tuesday, March 1, 2011 1:56:28 PM(UTC)
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So that's why I asked him to get in shape before for more.
If he gets no trail shape then it will be difficult for him to meet the burden of that Bill.
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