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#41 Posted : Saturday, April 16, 2016 10:54:52 AM(UTC)
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Hey Itamar

Yes, I wrote the post on the HRP-I walked its central part in 2007 (how time flies ...)

As Arthur wrote, km 5 + will suffice for most nights but won't fit in the valleys overnight. Neither the statements on liinerim and I was counting on those numbers.

I think 5 comfort should match most nights.

Don't forget that the temperature of the dry sack and they are based on criteria not suitable for everyone, and that's even before we talked about your bag's manufacturer, if in case a manufacturer (outdoor and others like it) I guess its temperature closer to 15 +.

I think you should invest in a bag of 5 well-known company comfort

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#42 Posted : Sunday, June 19, 2016 9:55:09 PM(UTC)
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Hi Arthur

I want to get to the end of July and GR10 I'd like to talk with you and to obtain details and information etc.

Is there any way to Facebook or e-mail or any communication form

Thanks and good week)

Era.

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#43 Posted : Thursday, June 23, 2016 12:25:13 AM(UTC)
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Hi era,

The Forum is a great way of communicating?
You can ask here.

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#44 Posted : Friday, June 24, 2016 5:42:32 PM(UTC)
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OK then I will try to be arranged:

1. with regard to the beginning of the walking path-I already have train tickets to Hendaye and I get there around 9 in the morning. This is how I arrive at the trailhead? Public transportation? A taxi It's something you know you can ask there 26. In addition, start to walk on it today?

2. usually supply it is necessary to buy purified water (chlorine or iodine stuff)? Or there's good water sources along the trail? Every few days on average reach the point where you can shop for groceries? In terms of cooking gas has on the way places to buy cooking gas (flare or punching?)?

3. maps-according to what you wrote I understand that purchasing them along the way, I was just wondering about the route Hendaye-specific place where you can buy map or simply ask people where buying maps? In addition, whether the rafiog are marked on maps or only cities and towns along the way?

4. I already have shoes and bag, whether you should buy a tent, clothing suitable for the weather a little more chilly and rainy, walking sticks etc. at Hendaye, or rather to organize in the country beforehand (in cost terms, of course)? And if you think you should take it sunglasses?

5.-do you have a Wi-Fi rafiog can communicate with the world? If not, then how often reach a place with Internet? Or is there some other way of contact

Probably will have more questions later on, so I will add more stuff won't touch them and you think I should know, I'm also happy to hear)

Thank you very much)!!

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#45 Posted : Saturday, June 25, 2016 12:00:28 AM(UTC)
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Hello again, age

1. you don't need to go anywhere on the track and andai marks begin. And ends at the beach on the other side of the country for a lot of difficulties and experiences.
Once you install the map you can see which part of the beach should be.
You can begin walking even on the same day since you came relatively early. Unless you want to hang out in town-there is so much to do there.

2. Water Purifier, huts, towns and natural water sources that you can drink them. In natural water sources can be interested in. I drink without fear.
The water wasn't a problem on this track.
I was buying food at towns along the way, the amount of food that tachsb change all the time, when you see your style and your walking pace can evaluate using a map and walking to some conveniently buy food in towns along the way.
Most huts don't sell food only sandwiches.
Gas can be purchased only in towns along the way. Will edit you are going to visit the villages so small you can't even imagine now. Some of the villages are just a collection of individual houses in the middle of nowhere without even normal road. Therefore you need to know in advance which property will return you're going to see on the way.
How you do it:
Constantly talking with the locals and other travelers.
Map.
The name of the settlement-if the name of the HAMLET appears then it's really small and isolated village without even a grocery store.

3. rafio marked on maps. If you come from Toulouse so that your main supply point before and during the track, it's the largest city closest to prinas therefore anything you analyze it as problematic, there. For example: my clock was broken during transport and got there after I came down from the mountains in order to buy a new watch.
You can buy some maps in Toulouse in order to have a smooth start and then buy maps along the way. Ask at the tourist office where they recommend to buy maps. I remember two bookstores and large maps of downtown watch the friendly manual if you want it in that it's not easy to find in France.

4. of course I recommend you go for a walk, for over a month in the mountains with Changeable weather. You plan to sleep in? If you need to work on that book.
You need to get all-weather clothing you can imagine. Heat, cold, wind, rain, hail, storms, and even snow. Trying to build a multi-tiered system of clothing that you have and rstiliot. Designed to carry so many clothes for any type of weather but combine them in order to give an appropriate response.
Best to buy rims in Toulouse and andai, ndai in seaside and is medium.
When a movo sunglasses. You're in the mountains in the area and it is important to protect your eyes from the Sun's intense radiation.

5. rafiog ' terrible differ, some real mountain hotels and some are nothing more than a bathroom stone house. So hard to say what.
You can check all the rafiog advance in Google and see what it contains, but it seemed like something more. Recommend you simply make SMS package and send a message home whenever you have received. You will find the reception, the towns and no ridges are too isolated to some viewers.
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#46 Posted : Sunday, June 26, 2016 10:17:29 AM(UTC)
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Hey Arthur.

Firstly thank you for your help and information! It really helps to get ready for the track.

I want to choose some of the questions:

1. I'm not returning to Toulouse but lands in Paris and from there I have night train until ndai. So about buying equipment and maps-you can do both with andai? It's big enough? Another thing-the equipment is cheaper in France than in Israel? Is worth the wait with the shopping or it won't significantly better already buy everything?

2. along the way there are places you can go where the trail back to the city with transport to the airport? (Ask for a friend who wants to join the section)

3. regarding gas-gas balloons available screw or cracking or both? What head should take the flare or punching?

I think this is yet)

Thank you:)

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#47 Posted : Sunday, June 26, 2016 11:25:17 AM(UTC)
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Suggest you buy maps online here and in nearby andai. You get on the train, I don't know how long you will have an open mind, and if you get store that stores should be, and that's a long time.
Out how ready you can.
See here and cuts
Http://www.gr10.fr/archives/2011/04/30/22775032.html
About maps-4 four guides for sections. See here. Suggest you buy a country before you leave.
Http://www.ffrandonnee.fr/_257/gr-10.aspx

About the equipment for extreme need to carry a lightweight tent (no more than a mile), i.e. you add to your equipment, serious, good mattress kg, extra clothing, cooking equipment.
Food for a day or two.
IE 5-6 kg as primary backs big backpack and hence heavier.
Total equipment on my back not exceed it 16-17 kg.
Feel that increases and decreases.
Billed as a Prime Minister, I wish to come out for this and have to drop next week due to blisters and tendonitis.

More about Paris two stores-professional equipment, if you have already decided to buy access to them and recruited for this purpose at least.

The shops are the Decathlon and LA VIEYX CAMPER

Mandatory equipment you'll need in a shoe break them hiking, backpack-here there and maybe get Lambchop have to purchase a backpack you know what is on your back.

About rely on km and lightweight tent shops.

Enter these shops and sites check out what they have.

Another option is to fly into the mix and to land at Toulouse and buy the Decathlon store there. Then andai train.

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#48 Posted : Sunday, June 26, 2016 1:12:35 PM(UTC)
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Hello again, age

1. If you don't even deserve to Toulouse so make sights on Paris would camp before. Pierre? Actually not a bad alternative. Maybe meet some cute French girl and decides not to go to the track?
That's what happened to me in tlose. But she had to go home after a few days so I've convinced myself to go and walk a bit.
Anyway, take a couple of days in Paris and buy whatever you can find in a guide book, andai maps, quality equipment.
As I told you already ndai is a small town. I wasn't counting things there.
Best of top gear and large companies doesn't change as much abroad, but there's a decathlon network can buy good equipment at a competitive price and save some money. Mostly clothing.

2 Yes, along the way there are intermediate villages and towns and cities, from which you can get back to Toulouse and from there where you want in France. List exit points attached to the message. Also small villages there is public transport less often. But not from HAMLET.
If you tell me what your friend wants to join you, I can tell you possible exit points with transport back to civilization.

3. cutting head, don't I recall gas problem. You can buy it in the cities and larger towns throughout the track and sometimes.


Highly recommend you buy the guide of CICERONE or a TRAILBLAZER. There is a lot of information to help plan and way of every day. Better guides to buy online.
Note that the available site looks like you a great site features with many important points that are in orbit. Thank you Ma.

What age do you plan to buy supplies abroad?

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#49 Posted : Sunday, June 26, 2016 4:31:06 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = זמי1; 631864]

Suggest you buy maps online here and in nearby andai. You get on the train, I don't know how long you will have an open mind, and if you get store that stores should be, and that's a long time.
Out how ready you can.
See here and cuts
Http://www.gr10.fr/archives/2011/04/30/22775032.html
About maps-4 four guides for sections. See here. Suggest you buy a country before you leave.
Http://www.ffrandonnee.fr/_257/gr-10.aspx

About the equipment for extreme need to carry a lightweight tent (no more than a mile), i.e. you add to your equipment, serious, good mattress kg, extra clothing, cooking equipment.
Food for a day or two.
IE 5-6 kg as primary backs big backpack and hence heavier.
Total equipment on my back not exceed it 16-17 kg.
Feel that increases and decreases.
Billed as a Prime Minister, I wish to come out for this and have to drop next week due to blisters and tendonitis.

More about Paris two stores-professional equipment, if you have already decided to buy access to them and raise this half-day soft checks.

The shops are the Decathlon and LA VIEYX CAMPER

Mandatory equipment you'll need in a shoe break them hiking, backpack-here there and maybe get Lambchop have to purchase a backpack you know what is on your back.

About rely on km and lightweight tent shops.

Enter these shops and sites check out what they have.

Another option is to fly into the mix and to land at Toulouse and buy the Decathlon store there. Then andai train.

16-17 kg????????

Well I have no strength anymore to start this debate again. (Especially not me is carrying.).

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#50 Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2016 4:19:43 PM(UTC)
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Thanks MA:) But there is something I don't understand:

Directory of CICERONE Arthur recommended it-plus 4 guidebooks you said you should buy? Do these guides have the relevant maps and enough to buy only four? Or preferably CICERONE map only separately? Regarding the order of directory of CICERONE-simply search on Google and the Internet? How long does it take? Because the July 26th.

Something else I don't understand-the maps to get ahead in this site that you (Http://www.ffrandonnee.fr/_257/gr-10.aspx) how soon it arrives in the mail? Whether to purchase all the maps for the trail? And if you purchased them through the site?

An important question I forgot to ask last time:

About money-is to come up with cash in advance for the trip? Or credit card solution nozen? What would you recommend?

Regarding your question-thinking about buying a blue tent, walking sticks and clothing. Unfortunately I didn't know everything you tell me now and I already have a train ticket by 5 hours from manhita in Paris so I don't have time to mess with a name, so the only place I can make really would camp is that non-trivial ndai-and therefore might buy everything in advance here.

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#51 Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2016 6:02:33 PM(UTC)
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The era of manual or it's not TRAILBLAZER CICERONE in addition to a instructor Ma recommended it but instead. Directory of FFRANDONNEE are in French and to have a good maps hamn inside all the stories and the way information is in French. In Corsica GR20 used their guide because it was to purchase, but this is about the long trail and much more.
Bottom line guides do work, but I personally love and trust as the home friendly with their guides are already on several trails and I are very happy in total.

The Guide does not replace the maps you need to buy. There are schematic maps guides but they cannot help you if you want to do some variant of the path or plan an alternative timeline in case of bad weather, etc.
Keep in mind that you should always aspire to have in case mode the map of the region. If you do not install the maps in advance you can sometimes "stuck" for a few days without a map of the area until you find one in the village or in the cabin on the way. The path is clear for the most part in order to move forward even without a map but you no longer have the flexibility to go too the path ו"לשחק" with all sorts of alternatives or find yourself if you get lost in some unclear section.

Credit card does not give a good solution because I don't trust that each village and each cabin honoring credit cards. You can withdraw any amount and hit the road knowing you have more time with ATM town where you can attract more if necessary. That's what I was doing.
Don't leave yourself without cash. Total wellbeing and theft track is something very unusual and abnormal. So I wasn't afraid to walk around with cash on me.

Listen if you need to buy such things as meaningful a tent and clothing so that she didn't place ndai. Can you return the card to obtain credit and stay in Paris for a few days?
Or is the buy these things anymore.
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#52 Posted : Tuesday, June 28, 2016 6:14:03 PM(UTC)
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.... And make yourself things you really don't need to take them with you, in order to get to 16-17 kg as recommended to you by my predecessor.
(Sorry, as Cato the elder, I'm repeating myself over and over again, I wouldn't want a total enjoy!).
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#53 Posted : Wednesday, June 29, 2016 7:01:42 PM(UTC)
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Thanks Arthur. Regarding the map, do you recommend to buy them in advance? (At least the first maps)

Another thing, if you have a general equipment list that you can post this will help me to forget important things:)

-I know what you're talking about, you can be calm, I don't mean to get 5 kg, especially if you don't need to carry 6 liters of water and food for four days (like e.g.:)) in the Israel National Trail (INT) so I see no reason to make that weight.

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#54 Posted : Thursday, June 30, 2016 8:11:22 AM(UTC)
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This רשמ"צ era, the equipment that went with her for nearly five months in TE ARAROA in New Zealand this year because the year before I went the GR11, differs essentially GR10 (maybe a little rainy GR10), I can testify that the Foundation is not supposed to be different from you required her to me personally, not missing a thing.

Comments.
I am aware that some of the equipment is quite expensive even logistics to import it (primarily the U.S.) requires time and money, but it may give you a picture of what you really need.
Easily you can shed a few kilograms better than the case, without unnecessary expenses into everything you add to the list, and it is private whims legit! Just remember that you carry it on your back along 800 miles, on a surface that doesn't even mention the Israel trail.
Missing from the list, a toothbrush (SOAP and toothpaste don't carry, or "reach" or not).
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Paper maps.
Rain pants and giiters, I'd give to GR 10.

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