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imtl  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, March 19, 2014 7:36:30 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

For some reason I can't add this message to the original post, so I had to open a new one.

I'd come back after the trip across Patagonia after quite a bit of trouble and tricks along the way.

About 3000 km-32 days I have no words other than to an incredible journey to the end of the world. I feel I got a great gift to know this area.

I don't know what was in the world, but this year has been the worst summer in terms of weather that was more than a decade.

Cold, rainy, snowy, and strong winds. Talk only added to cope with interesting topography of the Andes.

Just came back a second ago and I have yet to digest the ends and back in our little egg. So here's the start image mount Villarrica volcano and graduation pictures

From the end of the world for days on the cross of Magellan factories in the southern end of the South American continent.

Eyal

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, March 19, 2014 8:14:51 AM(UTC)
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Amazing!

Well done!

I don't know about the other members of the Forum, but I can't wait for the full report!

Welcome back!
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, March 19, 2014 8:32:02 AM(UTC)
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Sounds like a very unique experience and amazing, well done on the.

Waiting for pictures

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#4 Posted : Wednesday, March 19, 2014 10:15:35 AM(UTC)
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Wow eiiiille! I remove the hat!

Welcome back

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#5 Posted : Wednesday, March 19, 2014 11:20:17 AM(UTC)
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I'm also waiting for a report and photos!

And how it's corny and Poland, returning safely.

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#6 Posted : Wednesday, March 19, 2014 11:31:40 AM(UTC)
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#7 Posted : Wednesday, March 19, 2014 2:06:39 PM(UTC)
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Eyal, welcome back. Glad to hear that everything went OK and return home. Your trip sounds amazing. Also I am waiting for the full report and pictures when you have time.

Persistence and originality in inventing something from nothing inspires respect.

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#8 Posted : Wednesday, March 19, 2014 4:30:37 PM(UTC)
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The weather was very strange this year, rather than the southern winter saving failed this year, and this summer has indeed reacted violently to the imbalance of winter this year in koiiki area weather given the fearsome Israeli's life differently.

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#9 Posted : Wednesday, March 19, 2014 7:53:48 PM(UTC)
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Thank you to everyone. The truth is, I never really know what to tell and what was reported. I can give some technical details are dry and
The pictures will be up soon. Happy to answer questions if some someone.
I heard about the Israeli killed travelling and I spoke to one of the local Rangers who found her at the end.
Very unfortunate case of inexperience in terms of walking in the mountains and weather.
Summer was indeed not easy. But every major runway 6 I got great weather.
The extension in the days was dramatic.
Arrested about 24 miles before the finish point following the end hard and was just too dangerous to continue.
24 km to finish! After two and a half months of walking and almost 3000 miles I just couldn't continue. And we've got time for a shorter
So I crashed when I realized that mental and tears of frustration went down. And I was just a little more ahead. Just to know who actually did anything.
After eight hours of snow and Sun, and sometimes tears and sweat and found myself at the base of the mountain. No idea how I got here. And most didn't realize I got there.
Just sat and ate something. After a few moments I suddenly thought to myself, what the hell are you doing? Climb to the top and finish!!! From the moment I saw the cross from a distance.
It's like a bull with a red blanket. Not weather. No Rocky rivers nothing stopped me. I barely even remember how the hell I went through all the route.
In such weather. 20 minutes later I found myself on the Summit. At the FIN DEL MUNDO, end of the world. As you can see in photos uploaded here.
The moments of total crash this morning arrived in one of the most sublime moments that tasted to date.
The next day, when I had to go back from there to reach the road and hitch suddenly did see which route I went and at what terms I still
Don't know how the hell I did it.
Anyway, I've got it in my heart that is so fresh and I think giant path extension is something that anyone who's bnimi went here in the Forum.
And the feeling of not finishing a long journey that is something simply unbearable. Luck and probably great stubbornness won't have to deal with a failure but success.
Well this is one for example.
Eyal

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#10 Posted : Wednesday, March 19, 2014 8:04:40 PM(UTC)
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#11 Posted : Wednesday, March 19, 2014 9:44:05 PM(UTC)
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You see, got an interesting story. All you would be interesting (logistics, pictures, experiences, etc.)

No doubt you mean dirty hiking machine.

Well done on the achievement, and I'm glad you're back.
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#12 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 3:00:37 AM(UTC)
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A little more info I worked. First of all, the final route map that I went. The changes to the original work. And things only after directions from locals I know.

And here again to get proportions of the length.

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#13 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 4:22:17 AM(UTC)
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Sorry I can't help with the new forum format.

So ...

Final route length: 2813 km (actual walked a little over 3000 for all kinds of programs I've tried and failed in a way or other side trails to ogisticot and others)

Several days including: 78.

Number of days: 68. (But the actual 72 because of the additions I mentioned earlier for the length of a little over 3000)

Parks & reserves in order (SOBO). If I forgot something so latest: 15.

Villarica NP, Lanin NP, NP, Lago Puelo Bariloche NP, Los Alerces NP, RN, Futaleuf? Lago Rosselot, NP, Queulat NR Lago Las Torres, Rio Rio Simpson NR NR NR, Cerro Castillo, Los Glaciares NP, Bernardo O' Higgins NP, Torres del Paine NP, Magellan NR.

Yet another interesting picture of a tax on the way.

The of beetle, or "Cantaria flying deer '

And of course my favorite. The Andean Condor:

Flowers are great for:

And stunning glaciers:

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#14 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 11:41:57 AM(UTC)
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Amazing!! No words ...

BTW what was with LEGO oaigins ferry- Arrived on time? Take you to see the iceberg?


Guess where my memory is taken: the first two-Fitz Roy and the left look North just after the beginning of the ascent to the left calten.
The images of the glaciers on the left look like in the peripheral torosim. John grant and the largest lake of grey.
The Condor could be anywhere now but there is a good chance that torosim too
Oh, how I hurt?

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#15 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 12:06:52 PM(UTC)
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Awesome, please continue the story and pictures

Thank you.

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#16 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 12:33:57 PM(UTC)
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Amazing!!!

Eyal you just so good, I'm very glad that you have completed the course and returning safely. Fun that you share with us your experience and I think that no matter the format, I'm not sure you should just say ... Pour!

The picture of the Condor. Really exciting.

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#17 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 12:43:22 PM(UTC)
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There is now a cheaper little ferry and it was just perfect. I saw the iceberg really stomach him but didn't. Walking across the Lake to the Fitz Roy just incredible. In General, this area is one of the most impressive I've ever seen.

So not a bad hit picture The sleep of the Fitz Roy course but it left the area. So maybe use it for another story.

Left image of Fitz Roy PALOMA Lake between koiica and the natural reserve CERRO CASTILLO on the Austral krtera.

My lovely story away he went on koiica farm and met a farmer who showed me the back of mashar his farm can follow old Cowboys trails

And continue on to Andean nature reserve. Yet instead of going on the road. Of course I jumped at. And indeed I did there was Travers savage

And most amazing of all the other stuff on this journey (except extension). I went in navigation and transitions hair nails on the Andes for two days and finally reached the Centre of the nature reserve

Then it took me a day to cross the main track. Beyond three days 4 passim. And- Just indescribable.

When I got to the main part of the Park as mentioned a couple of days later, I met the Rangers there who were very surprised when the hell joined hakol Chai. So I got some food.

As a gift. (Maybe they thought it was my last meal:).) There, I learned about the Israeli killed in the travelling reserve. When I got to the last vendor () myself so I got ghosts just don't ever supplement except maybe once in the Himalayas. Really odbkati to the floor, unable to move. Starting from Blizzard and the weather seems very problematic.

Within minutes I made a decision that I could be in serious danger if I try to drop West apas when kept on track. I broke back and South and simply without

A lot of options and I went straight from the mountain to the South. Decrease of approximately 1500 m to 5 km if I remember correctly. I can check it again. It was very difficult but I think saved my life because the storm stalled over the Ridge, and followed. There were a few nervous moments Moretti because when the Bill was not right and I'm down cliffs

But eventually came down to the Valley and small village.

Park Ranger, told me what happened to the young woman. For the sad lack of combination total experience walking in the mountains and notorious weather.

About the other images so you are right about the torsim.

The Condor was filmed a bit North of Puerto Natales to Torres del paiina. Real short story about it. I admire Eagles and condors since I was small. My dream was

To see one, etc. So I sat in on a slightly sad, and two Falcons who were fighting over retarded rabbit. It was pretty funny, so I took a camera to record it.

Suddenly they were frightened and ran away, and then have a huge shadow for a sec and then another one. I raise my head and see two condors. Simply. No words can describe. Soar above my head. I am not exaggerating and appreciate about fifteen feet or maybe 20. It's just rare. They circled me for several minutes and I just sit and stare. At some point.

I taped them to eat so I moved away a few hundred meters. They came after me!!! Probably smelled like a retard. I was just in shock. An hour and a half they flew back and circled me and see me all the time. The experience of seeing something like that up close is simply indescribable. So here's another photo of the two together, but leaves my head is turned down because they were just curious I guess. The left image is already one of them flew home to pick up:)

[Quote = gaggag; 578781]

Amazing!! No words ...

BTW what was with LEGO oaigins ferry- Arrived on time? Take you to see the iceberg?


Guess where my memory is taken: the first two-Fitz Roy and the left look North just after the beginning of the ascent to the left calten.
The images of the glaciers on the left look like in the peripheral torosim. John grant and the largest lake of grey.
The Condor could be anywhere now but there is a good chance that torosim too
Oh, how I hurt?

imtl  
#18 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 12:55:13 PM(UTC)
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No No ... Not cannon. Baker just dirty.

I got to do and I'm proud of traversim. I think that was the transition between El Calafate in Argentina and Torres del paiina.

Moved between the two countries through the Andes and in the bypass road through the desert. The story behind this is that I went left Calafate towards pass unmarked but called rlica.

There are some farms but no way after experiencing any path or something. It was actually pretty easy once you know where the pass but it comes with no ridges.

Then I had an idea how nice to find a way between ridges and everything to get to La Paz. One of the most famous animals around Patagonia guanacos. And they are wild in the region I tell him.

At the moment. So recognize their team and started to follow them carefully because I saw they were going in a big way towards La Paz. At some point a little scared and they started running towards and just followed the trail all the way to La Paz and moved. Ltd. know better than the rest of us how to choose. It was just beautiful. To monitor the animals to move.

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Amazing!!!

Eyal you just so good, I'm very glad that you have completed the course and returning safely. Fun that you share with us your experience and I think that no matter the format, I'm not sure you should just say ... Pour!

The picture of the Condor. Really exciting.

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#19 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 1:00:30 PM(UTC)
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Add more small response which eventually saves you in extreme situations is the experience and years working on construction activity in extreme situations, respect for returning back to my koiiki recommendation this recommendation sconi guide weather and snow, but the difference between recommendations and to live this thing is huge, important to know usually stuck on high ridge and storms down the wind and rain Shadow Ridge I mean it's the right place to retreat to, by travelling in koiiki in Spanish and second Council did exactly the opposite tried to move forward.

The intensity of the storms is not from this world, remember me good day decreased to rpoachia Paine recall terrible decline Dixon was with 45 kg total equipment measure and couldn't come down against the wind every step was crazy hard, back after two weeks knocked up with Dixon's weight. And the last thing at the top moved to crawl in her awful to not fly. It's hard to explain the weather conditions there are crazy.

List of parks that have uploaded is barely remember reading them. Or seen a map so for everyone on foot impressive.

About the mood of failure and success. From my experience it's just before the biggest success there is a sense of stinging failure at least I felt that way when I arrived at Alpha Mayo to be impenetrable wall. Rain then unconditionally see rest easy all of a sudden everything cleared up and through to the planned camp would open.

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#20 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 1:03:23 PM(UTC)
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I especially DIRTY.

[Quote = HarmonicWave; 578770] you see, got an interesting story. All you would be interesting (logistics, experiences, pictures, etc.) no doubt you mean dirty hiking machine. Well done on the achievement, and I'm glad you're back.

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