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arthur  
#21 Posted : Monday, April 21, 2014 7:09:17 PM(UTC)
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I want to edit the review and prepare it properly for the upcoming season.

I read again and again the thread. On one hand I feel not enough tbtavi but I don't see what's missing.

What else were you want added?  (Except of course images)

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#22 Posted : Monday, April 21, 2014 7:20:37 PM(UTC)
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In the eyes of the review is very good as it is.

If you want to add:

** I think I didn't specify which directory (book) used (if any) and other recommended resources (Web site).

** A few days a go and how many days were days of 0.

** If you really have power. Divide your sections/days

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#23 Posted : Monday, April 21, 2014 11:46:06 PM(UTC)
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Thanks amber, try to include it when I get permission.

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#24 Posted : Thursday, February 11, 2016 12:32:34 AM(UTC)
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I met the friendly guide to gr11 on the seat for 2016, and he said he wrote out a guide to the Gr10, also published by friendly.
For beginners like me his guide to gr11 was great so we can hope that it will be good.
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#25 Posted : Thursday, February 11, 2016 1:03:01 AM(UTC)
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I think there has been a friendly guide to GR10. Maybe it is some expense and up to date.
Are you saying that the manual to 11 was great? Good to hear. I remember that one day if I go for this, thanks.
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#26 Posted : Thursday, February 11, 2016 1:18:37 AM(UTC)
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From their website you're probably right.
I see the author is who wrote the Guide to old gr11.
In the conversation he said to old gr11 guide was very problematic. I guess his opinion (and probably also know whether spending a whole new out instead of updating the existing one) is also relevant to their current Guide to gr10.
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#27 Posted : Thursday, February 11, 2016 1:23:20 AM(UTC)
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It seems the author of the Guide exist in 2007-lucia http://www.cicerone.co.u...fm/author/1256/name/paul
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#28 Posted : Thursday, February 11, 2016 1:29:32 AM(UTC)
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Too bad, just interesting tirwia. The picture in the book Blink brought it North of the mountain called iniomel-VIGNEMALE never found on the route of the original GR10, but joining a variant of the HRP.
While I was sleeping in a tent at the base of the mountain he was illuminated by light turquoise blue of the Moon and sun shone in darkness, slept and watched him for hours.  That night I decided that someday I'm going to do a course to learn how to climb mountains.

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#29 Posted : Thursday, February 11, 2016 1:39:16 AM(UTC)
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Photo of the mountain I took in 2011.

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#30 Posted : Thursday, February 11, 2016 2:06:34 AM(UTC)
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Nice picture. Also, the image on the cover of the manual for it not gr11 trail proper.
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#31 Posted : Friday, February 12, 2016 1:29:09 AM(UTC)
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I wonder if someone this year plan to March the GR10- Played voice.
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#32 Posted : Friday, April 15, 2016 6:09:29 PM(UTC)
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Arthur,
First of all, thank you for your investment!
I plan to go in summer shchrga prnais, I'm leaning toward the Gr10, although the HRP looks very good (so maybe combine sections like you did).
I have some questions and would love it if you could answer me:
Some cold nights, specifically the extreme cases (higher regions, relatively cold days)? My sleeping bag Limit, and + 2 Comfort, and I wonder if it's hot enough. Which sleeping bag used (I know this is also indoidoali, but more information.)
About to have a compass navigation relatively easy (it seems most likely, but not accurate). How you felt accurate navigation is critical? I.e. sections marked as good or days with fog, etc, is a compass was just enough

Thank you!
Itamar
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#33 Posted : Friday, April 15, 2016 7:25:06 PM(UTC)
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Hello pitmer,
You ask a difficult question. It's hard for me to remember some cases already had. It's a good sign. If it was real cold sure I remember it.
Towards the end of the trail I do remember one night I had very cold. The temperature in the valleys at night was in the region of 10-5 degrees. In figure fell to zero or below. All obviously depends on the height.

I think the path that I did with a sleeping bag of generic company named Mountain Eagle, an unknown company which was sold at the time. Don't remember the rating. Or if you can really trust.
With a sleeping bag up to 5 degrees you get cold if you sleep in mountain valleys to be fine in my opinion. Like you said it indbduali. I sleep cold.

I look in my journal when I get back home maybe wrote something about how cold it was.

Wouldn't set a compass you don't trust just as likely, if you have any doubts I was replacing him. First of all, remember that you are dealing with an area of, it says a lot about the size of soil properties that you will see on the map and on the ground. Accurate navigation as you say, he could not buy utility. I mean it's not the problem here. On the road I usually use a compass in order to encrypt your map to find the location of myself if I got lost. Find is tiny or coordinates required to micro topography.

About the combination of the HRP. When you start to walk and regain confidence in you will see the Pyrenees can connect to HRP. They are not few. If you have the maps for these regions to be able to improvise more combinations and go back to 10 or even to move forward on the path.
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#34 Posted : Friday, April 15, 2016 10:48:27 PM(UTC)
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Hey Itamar

5 + comfort for me doesn't fit, certainly not the French side the weather where cool and humid.
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#35 Posted : Saturday, April 16, 2016 12:42:57 AM(UTC)
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The possibility of editing the thread back.
I started to edit. I will add more stuff soon.
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#36 Posted : Saturday, April 16, 2016 2:26:54 AM(UTC)
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To me,
You write the page on the HRP, right?
What temperature rating would recommend? Basically, I'm probably going to take also the miner for sleep in the hut, and is also supposed to add another 5 degrees in the range shcsh value. In addition, there is the option to wear a coat, tights/pants at night.
I saw on your HRP wrote that most cold nights were around 5 degrees (it actually sounds okay), and there were some extreme below 0.
If the temperature drops substantially below 0 (5-maybe I haven't had a chance to test out ...), so I guess with all the clothes and really-liner thing won't be warm enough to sleep comfortably. The question is whether this is really the case, or the temperature to be closer to 0.

Arthur, I understand your reference points relative to navigate, when necessary, correct?
In General, what skill level you think the navigation is required? I got a little to navigate, so the basic skill. Besides most traveled trips, a topographic map of enough to find your way around, and needed a compass.

Thank you
Itamar
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#37 Posted : Saturday, April 16, 2016 5:02:03 AM(UTC)
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I'm quite dismayed when I hear in 2016 plans to navigate in the Pyrenees with a compass. Members please proceed

Download topographic map of the Pyrenees are great for Navigation click here

Additional download options here

Download the full path of GPX files-GR10 -click here

Edited by user Saturday, April 16, 2016 11:05:49 AM(UTC)  | Reason: יש GPS, יש מפות ניווט טובות לסמרטפון. מי מנווט לפי מצפן היום?

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#38 Posted : Saturday, April 16, 2016 7:52:05 AM(UTC)
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Hello pitmer,
Misunderstood. A channel is a channel that flows in the River, this hill and Hill is definitely fast.
Basic navigation is great. Most of the time you follow the obvious path check and therefore of the HRP. Required to navigate when weather is bad with bad (challenging), when lost and unable to return to your last check or when you need to cement yourself.
You say you don't trust your compass so I replaced. What is easy to buy in the country will be very hard to find. I need to go to Toulouse in order to buy a watch.
How helps you map without the ability to encrypt it?

To build on-liner thing as something that really adds 5 degrees, do not understand how they reach this statistic.
You can plan your day the way you sleep in and not have to deal with low temperatures.
May require you to go long days and sometimes even in the dark. Or you can sleep in on cold nights.
Have you checked pitmer average temperature of Internat prinas areas?
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#39 Posted : Saturday, April 16, 2016 9:46:35 AM(UTC)
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Of course, no compass, and can encrypt with map, just seems to be a limited deviation (May 10), which can be reduced by taking an average of several readings. I guess good lmatpn be less deviation, and therefore would be more comfortable.
And navigate the course I'm planning to take the phone, with a topographic map, etc. But important to me to know that I could do without it, that also map and compass tend to deteriorate less.
Besides, my experience with the phone, his compass tends to get worse, and to get out of calibration. So anyway, I would not give up.

Arthur-that answered my question. Consideration of the trade on the route is really significant, and was originally thought that something that you can find in stores.
Did you feel necessary in taking azimotim, recommends a compass with a mirror, or you use the transparent mcepni map?

Amnon-many thanks for the links! The map looks great. I vdch use of 4umaps maps based on the topographic openstreetmaps. Did you compare internationally? It seems that there aren't many blank cover your pattern, or is it my msiipt app?

Arthur – you're saying sounds like ashcsh have probably wouldn't be enough to be a good solution to prevent dependence.

About temperature-check looked at prior years at some points along the route, and they seem to be the coldest nights in area and average 7 + 12-14. This of course only where there's data, i.e. in towns (for example Cauterets). The problem is these lower throttle, and it's hard to assess the temperature decrease with height. If you go by rule of thumb of 6° c per kilometer (as I recall), and values that 500-foot-high town-temperature around 2000s will be about 0 at night. If sleeping on 2500, so really come to five.

Thanks to everyone for your help!
Itamar

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#40 Posted : Saturday, April 16, 2016 10:35:45 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = pitmer; 591721]

Amnon-many thanks for the links! The map looks great. I vdch use of 4umaps maps based on the topographic openstreetmaps. Did you compare internationally? It seems that there aren't many blank cover your pattern, or is it my msiipt app?

I haven't had a chance to compare. If I'm not mistaken, so the map link I gave is based on Openstreetmaps. I haven't had a chance yet to use 6.1 release
I don't know what counts for you many cover information. It seems sufficient. I don't expect to know if Orange Grove ago or banana plantation.

For me the most important thing is that they are on the map marks the main trails (in this case, HRP, GR11 GR10) and map notations overlap paths in real time.
If the GPX files you will see that there is good overlap between GPS measurements (made individually and independently) and route the trail map.

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