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#1 Posted : Saturday, July 9, 2011 10:37:37 PM(UTC)
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High-sierra-http://www.everytrail.com/guide/the trail
I plan to do it in September, I would like to know if somebody did it and all kinds of things like:
1. difficulty
2. the order of time
3. arrival
4. the purchase for medical equipment
Thanks in advance for answering.
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#2 Posted : Sunday, July 10, 2011 12:47:58 AM(UTC)
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I was good about checking the snow before flying especially to go this path.

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#3 Posted : Sunday, July 10, 2011 1:10:04 AM(UTC)
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September snow in Sierra Nevada?
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#4 Posted : Sunday, July 10, 2011 2:52:21 AM(UTC)
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I've never heard of this particular name. For some reason, the link you gave no raises for me something reasonable.

Do you mean for linking.

Http://www.nps.gov/seki/planyourvisit/high-sierra-trail.htm

Anyway, if you are going to need to plan Sierra. mileage, eat, walk, Bear Box (These wrote in your previous post).

Again, some have equipment (tent, sleeping bag, backpack water wearing against rain etc). There are people with experience in this type of help, and they can direct you. Again, not going in that area without careful preparation.

About September is a good time for Sierra. But you have to consider the weather, very volatile and can change within a few hours. About snow in September, I think it's very rare. You should be in a high area topography and prepare accordingly.

You can consult the site http://www.trailforums.com "" of theJMT FILMS DISTRIBUTIONshould be people there who know the Sierra, feel free to ask there.

About your previous post where you think to go section of the JMT FILMS DISTRIBUTION I have maps and directory of the path and can lend you.

Couldn't see the suggested by you (fromMexico) but our initial investigation you can purchase garage have toilet at the intersection with a trail that leads to Kearsarge Pass Trail It's about9 miles from theJMT FILMS DISTRIBUTION himself under the guide of friendly, this 17th day of the trail and the southern part if you decide to go north (i.e. towards Yosemite) you switch views that are considered the most beautiful of the trail ( Evolution Valley) you start out high and gradually decreasing but, again, you need to plan carefully every day walk how you take food with you. How much weight you carry, etc.

Tomorrow or the next day check in more detail.

In addition, some days you (or you) are planning to go I saw a previous post every time you change your plans (nothing wrong with that) but ultimately you have to decide.

My suggestion: go to the section. JMT FILMS DISTRIBUTION In sequence(scanned maps and guides to have me photograph) the path is marked and controls well in September he'd be too empty after the annual holiday and for Rick don't mess with all sorts of paths (which can be awesome though).

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#5 Posted : Monday, July 11, 2011 11:05:07 PM(UTC)
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Hey Amnon, thanks for the reply provided, link I sent some details about last week's route crosses the Sierra from East to West from three rivers to whitney portal
1. we have a week to travel and two days of travel.
2. about the beginning from Mexico it sounds great, but where do we end this route given have?
3. have equipment bags, sleeping bags and tent, bmhint water purification need to organize as well as equipment against rain.
Amnon, you have all the maps for and where can I get you to lend them <?
Thanks in advance
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#6 Posted : Tuesday, July 12, 2011 2:21:43 AM(UTC)
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About the link you gave, now it costs. Sierra has many routes that you can build yourself. This particular track you need of course. I don't know him.

Link to the heights of cut JMT FILMS DISTRIBUTION . 

Http://www.pcta.org/images/elevation_new.jpg

Enlarge the image and see where you are supposed to start on the path of the JMT FILMS DISTRIBUTION It's on the right side of the image between Forester Pass (which is the highest point of the trail) and Glen Passit instead of about 173 milesyou can go up to Muir Ranch that 107 miles (markings on the bottom) all that you get about70 miles per week, and it's explained in relation to the amount of time you have.

Get that you start from the highest part of the topography. According to the attached link to see acute and severe atopograpa. In terms of this awesome views are mmaita the beauty of the landscapes (OK, I'm biased about this path). As Greece is walking from South to North.

In addition, as I mentioned and mentioned in the link you gave, you need the certificate (Permit), and Bear Box If you are logged on to the site of Trailforums ?

What about the list? I'm not just "Rock". For such a trip requires preparation and meticulous planning requires (food mileage amounts per day, etc.). There are people who have a lot of knowledge on the subject and will be happy to help you.

What about your fitness

Send me a private message that thee-mail and contact institutions to coordinate the delivery of map and guide, if you want it.

In addition to the link I gave in the beginning cut height.

From the blog of Ken and Marcia Power

Http://www.gottawalk.com/JMT1999/JMT.htm

Note: I tried to upload the image, and it doesn't cut as costing me for some reason. Sign in to link the experimentations reduced. Click it and you will get. But the cut in the beginning of the message is much better and detailed, of course.

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#7 Posted : Wednesday, July 13, 2011 2:19:04 AM(UTC)
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How I forgot you have maps of the PCT. חינם באינטרנט בפורמט של PDF.

In the Sierra Nevada, there is overlap between the PCT. לבין ה- JMT.

From the link below: Http://www.pctmap.net/download/p/mapdl.html

You need to download the file: California Section H Map . הכיוון הוא דרום-צפון.

It includes the section from almost Mount Whitney עד Tuolumne Meadow שזה כולל את כל ה-JMT חוץ משני "הקצוות" שלו.

Ltd 4 have the place of Kearsarge Pass עד ל-JMT. ובהמשך את השביל עצמו.

Anyway, the original maps of the trail that are scanned images, contain information on the distances between the sections, and will be delivered to you with the Guide.

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