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imtl  
#21 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 1:08:07 PM(UTC)
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About travelling that killed. And I'm being careful here because I repeat again heard and understood that the locals then.

Travelling was found from what I understand when seated. Frozen solid. With her case. She hasn't opened the tent and I just sat and k froze to death.

Travelling the other survived miraculously. She got her shcsh wet and drenched him and almost froze to death. At least that's what I know. If I'm wrong so sorry in advance.

A ridge infamous name. It's not funny at all if you get stuck at the end there. At all. That's why I still don't know how the hell I got through the HomeStretch of a cross. In the name of Magellan storms intensity and Loopy. Oh well. Maybe you don't remember how but just managed.

I put the section of CERRO CASTILLO first of all traversim I did. It was just awesome.

[Quote = naty_h; 578788]

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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#22 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 1:27:24 PM(UTC)
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Amazing ... Amazing!!

Some questions is done '.

How often do people you met?

Taking ג'יפיאס/watch or satellites, or most for obvious and you can do without?

How do you load batteries? And how long inhabited place?

Yearly had to crawl though you 45 kg gear Wow ... Sounds crazy right ghost.

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#23 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 1:37:05 PM(UTC)
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Major parks were few. Torres del Paine when I shock less serious and more of the Israelis.

In other places, not met almost nothing. The Austral krtera met cyclists who make amazing journeys or just riding.

No one really understands why I'm not trying to hitchhike but going. It was quite entertaining.

I have ג'יפיאס but I had maps that I don't trust electronics only.

Charged batteries in time. As more regulated places shlanti periodically. Pretty easy to find places to recharge. But the batteries of my camera had a very long time.

Populated places on the way. Depends very much on the course area. But I think the longest section without really humans would say four days Or 5? That's what I just

Comes to mind.

[Quote = Galileo; 578794]

Amazing ... Amazing!!

Some questions is done '.

How often do people you met?

Taking ג'יפיאס/watch or satellites, or most for obvious and you can do without?

How do you load batteries? And how long inhabited place?

Yearly had to crawl though you 45 kg gear Wow ... Sounds crazy right ghost.

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#24 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 2:21:18 PM(UTC)
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The area of you talked about CERRO CASTILO looks amazing. I just saw a clip at about VIEMO Trek there, completely insane.

For those who want

Http://vimeo.com/68446624

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#25 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 2:37:37 PM(UTC)
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We wanted to operate here and elsewhere, what exactly happened to that mtillt couldn't wasn't enough information the only thing was it was quoted in an article in Spanish: chtthert tried to rescue and managed to save only himself wrote from YNET quoted saying where he go or die.

The only thing obvious is that very simple clock with decompression was alert keeps them begin the Trek, I rely on another record that before start couple of hours storm record not know how true and how was they had no clothing and no experience, know nothing about the chronology of accident where a basis for reasoning.

About how you do cross the Straits of Magellan days:

Those are things with a lot of experience as if you don't know how to explain what happened and what did you just do a lot of trial and error in very similar situations, preparing you for the correct action at the moment of truth, you can't explain it simply acquired experience and ability of improvisation.

Write here some pearls such as the navigation with the guanaco study things praise of trial-and-error experience and observation, things that were once inherent in man and modern life almost made it lose some of the things I love about these trips again and again every day I feel but I connect to the basic skills that go me time after time lost and then after a few days in the field, I go back to staring him son House And of course lose all abilities upon return to civilization until the next refresh.

A pleasure to read, you need to add the things you wrote to surviving articles or more tips for space bars, lots of experience and wisdom they have.

Great video with me took Castillo still who see video doesn't always understand how fast deteriorating visibility conditions, what is obvious is how quickly the weather changes from summer favorite for a Blizzard, just slammed only those who know and have dealt with fickle weather in the past, explain here why storms worth stuck on high ridges, and explain that and translating the soundtrack of the video will contribute some on this later.

[Quote = imtl; 578791]

About travelling that killed. And I'm being careful here because I repeat again heard and understood that the locals then.

Travelling was found from what I understand when seated. Frozen solid. With her case. She hasn't opened the tent and I just sat and k froze to death.

Travelling the other survived miraculously. She got her shcsh wet and drenched him and almost froze to death. At least that's what I know. If I'm wrong so sorry in advance.

A ridge infamous name. It's not funny at all if you get stuck at the end there. At all. That's why I still don't know how the hell I got through the HomeStretch of a cross. In the name of Magellan storms intensity and Loopy. Oh well. Maybe you don't remember how but just managed.

I put the section of CERRO CASTILLO first of all traversim I did. It was just awesome.

[Quote = naty_h; 578788]

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 other advice, 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.

Edited by user Thursday, March 20, 2014 2:57:10 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#26 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 2:48:28 PM(UTC)
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Eyal, the story of the condors. I understand they are waiting ... Croak?!?!?!  Angels.

If you are a fan of Eagles, a project in the United States following (among other things) after a Bald Eagle (town of Decorah in Iowa). They have a Web site (excellent!), the most successful channel on youtube and live documentation of Ken currently has 3 eggs and parents to dogrim 24/7 commitment. I'm following the project last spring. To follow the three chicks last year from egg to the nest after flourished. Fascinating! If you (you) are interested take a look here: live streaming – Decorah Eagles project nest it sure as hell doesn't like to see the animal in nature but ...

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#27 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 2:51:42 PM(UTC)
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Annually,

What you wrote about connecting back to our animalistic thing I really connect to. After a period in the wild you really feel how primitive instincts and control layers of modern life just processed and are mandatory. Just scores to sensation.

Of the miraculous. Another small story that I remembered.

In the section between El chalt?n (Fitz Roy) to El Calafate in Argentina, no much choice and the desert area. Many warned me about it and said it was boring.

I think this is one of the most beautiful desert landscape I have ever seen. And it was a very interesting change after a long period in the Green-covered beauty of Chile.

Anyway ... Not that much choice because of huge glacial lakes to go along for a few days. But I was able to simply walk along long sections of the pampas and along the Lakes (some trespassing of experience) and I got the walk, a unique and quiet.

The story itself. Following the attempt to avoid walking along the HIGHWAY, came for a walk without just trails in the desert (it's a little bit different is Patagonian than

We know here) and suddenly I was looking at the ground and see something amazing in my eyes. A network of HIGHWAYS that was by stealth. Road signs of foxes was going just the same way all the time and then tztalbt with NANDU's way (this type of EMU mountains) and two of these have met with Armadillo's route through to rabbits and so on and so forth. And I really see that that have different footprints. They have real TRAFFIC CONTROL. I think it was very interesting to see.

Here is a picture of young NANDU

[Quote = naty_h; 578798]

We wanted to operate here and elsewhere, what exactly happened to that mtillt couldn't wasn't enough information the only thing was it was quoted in an article in Spanish: chtthert tried to rescue and managed to save only himself wrote from YNET quoted saying where he go or die.

The only thing obvious is that very simple clock with decompression was alert keeps them begin the Trek, I rely on another record that before start couple of hours storm record not know how true and how was they had no clothing and no experience, know nothing about the chronology of accident where a basis for reasoning.

About how you do cross the Straits of Magellan days:

Those are things with a lot of experience as if you don't know how to explain what happened and what did you just do a lot of trial and error in very similar situations, preparing you for the correct action at the moment of truth, you can't explain it simply acquired experience and ability of improvisation.

Write here some pearls such as the navigation with the guanaco study things praise of trial-and-error experience and observation, things that were once inherent in man and modern life almost made it lose some of the things I love about these trips again and again every day I feel but I connect to the basic skills that go me time after time lost and then after a few days in the field, I go back to staring him son House And of course lose all abilities upon return to civilization until the next refresh.

A pleasure to read, you need to add the things you wrote to surviving articles or more tips for space bars, lots of experience and wisdom they have.

[Quote = imtl; 578791]

About travelling that killed. And I'm being careful here because I repeat again heard and understood that the locals then.

Travelling was found from what I understand when seated. Frozen solid. With her case. She hasn't opened the tent and I just sat and k froze to death.

Travelling the other survived miraculously. She got her shcsh wet and drenched him and almost froze to death. At least that's what I know. If I'm wrong so sorry in advance.

A ridge infamous name. It's not funny at all if you get stuck at the end there. At all. That's why I still don't know how the hell I got through the HomeStretch of a cross. In the name of Magellan storms intensity and Loopy. Oh well. Maybe you don't remember how but just managed.

I put the section of CERRO CASTILLO first of all traversim I did. It was just awesome.

[Quote = naty_h; 578788]

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.

imtl  
#28 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 2:56:13 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the link. I love stuff like that.

I think I smelled like a retard. At least according to the responses I get when I go into towns to obtain. UH what fun to be free from:) norms

I had an amusing section (I think it's funny). Before entering into any town looked like one big egg because very filthy day. So I just crossed a small river some 10 times to get cleaned up and see a bit more normal clothes. And just stood and took me. I became a tourist attraction. Perhaps I should begin to charge.

[Quote = io_travel; 578799]

Eyal, the story of the condors. I understand they are waiting ... Croak?!?!?!  Angels.

If you are a fan of Eagles, a project in the United States following (among other things) after a Bald Eagle (town of Decorah in Iowa). They have a Web site (excellent!), the most successful channel on youtube and live documentation of Ken currently has 3 eggs and parents to dogrim 24/7 commitment. I'm following the project last spring. To follow the three chicks last year from egg to the nest after flourished. Fascinating! If you (you) are interested take a look here: live streaming – Decorah Eagles project nest it sure as hell doesn't like to see the animal in nature but ...

imtl  
#29 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 6:10:10 PM(UTC)
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Link to pictures on picasa. A page on my site where there is a short video I made myself.

Patagonia pictures

Link to website

Edited by user Saturday, March 22, 2014 6:01:16 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#30 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 7:04:20 PM(UTC)
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About cyclist-I remember I met who did Alaska bike oshvia years certainly has nowhere to aspire more ...

About weather-see large amounts of snow that fell this year (I guess) is that hoirich, koolin and removed Lenin filled with snow.

Looks at the beautiful weather segments was for your own good – images from LEGO del diiserto towards the Fitz Roy in see so. Also in torosim.

In kstigo removed the touch to almost record-band if you can lose 2/3 the height of the pass straight down through the path then definitely can define suicide. ...

The free ferry at krtera. If you haven't given name also jump tortel recording?

Great pictures!!!

imtl  
#31 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 7:37:00 PM(UTC)
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There are cyclists who make big journeys. Really fascinating to talk with them on the road. Some were shocked that I walk more miles than they. Then I realized that maybe a little overboard.

Weather was not easy. But in Exchange the views were worth many times

Already wrote earlier that at least a major parks weather played into my favor. Hooray!

Ciro Castillo reached in Paz and started the descent but the winds were just crazy and snow just hit me in the face. It was a simple suicide. So I broke back toward the lagoon and I went way off the ridge to the South towards the town. This was half right. But down along the trail was suicide. So it is better

Nothing can be done. The situation is difficult for a quick decision and take action. No time for fooling around and cry. Have faith you out and be quick. And indeed of say 20 minutes I was far enough away from the storm to know OK. It's hard to walk and technical but I don't feel in danger.

I didn't go to tortel recording. Once again. Can't see all all things. Is Theroux's Mike and I took the decision that some things are worth more than give emerged there.

The army's definitely worth ...

[Quote = gaggag; 578809]

About cyclist-I remember I met who did Alaska bike oshvia years certainly has nowhere to aspire more ...

About weather-see large amounts of snow that fell this year (I guess) is that hoirich, koolin and removed Lenin filled with snow.

Looks at the beautiful weather segments was for your own good – images from LEGO del diiserto towards the Fitz Roy in see so. Also in torosim.

In kstigo removed the touch to almost record-band if you can lose 2/3 the height of the pass straight down through the path then definitely can define suicide. ...

The free ferry at krtera. If you haven't given name also jump tortel recording?

Great pictures!!!

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#32 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 9:34:39 PM(UTC)
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Amazing! I have another word.

Eyal, can you tell us a little about logistics? Maps, border crossings, refurbishment

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#33 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 10:11:27 PM(UTC)
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UM ....

Prepared maps preloaded topographic maps from a few sources I found online. In retrospect I should buy stock of topographic maps of the area to plan better. But I got it in the end.

Border crossings went through official crossings. I haven't played with it. El Paso and rlica clapata Torres del Paine and not official confirmed to move because there is no border stations. There's nothing there. So I had to improvise a solution quite creative and add a nice 100 km walk but went perfect.

Production was relatively simple in the end. The longest section without purchase was 5 days. But it beats when I went. If I remember correctly then the furthest was 252 km, so I might be a little lower pace this week. Total all most every remote village in Chile has some sort of small container you can stock up on bread, some cheese and sausage and pasta or something. In Argentina was a little more problematic because many small settlements that total farm but also where I was able to maintain a reasonable purchase distances.

What more logistically?

Accommodation eg. So we can sleep about everywhere. Not ashamed and even asked farmers on the way is it OK to camp near their homes even in Exchange for payment. There were always nice to me. Locals usually have a problem with cyclists who try to cross their territory. So to me it was mainly curiosity and interest and amiability.

The cross section of a very troublesome days. Even when the pace and going thru the very quickly weather can still poke you there unable to move and need to stock up on food for a few days. I think at least 5. This of course with departure from Punta Arenas it is the last place to stock up until the end.

[Quote = me; 578814]

Amazing! I have another word.

Eyal, can you tell us a little about logistics? Maps, border crossings, refurbishment

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#34 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 10:22:26 PM(UTC)
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It seems that the company took just like film and not the pass. Nevermind hasn't lost a lot:

Maximum height.

Snow fun in the small vendor

UN

Things not to do in the number # 435965

(Outcrop of Piedra Blanca-calten reserve)

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#35 Posted : Thursday, March 20, 2014 11:10:28 PM(UTC)
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Eyal, a lot!

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#36 Posted : Friday, March 21, 2014 1:40:03 AM(UTC)
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Must do about Eyal wrote, his perseverance and determination

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#37 Posted : Friday, March 21, 2014 2:26:00 AM(UTC)
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You're not really serious when you wrote it.

Asked several times whether in agreement or write a book, so I write a cookbook about strange combinations of the food.

And tradition this time was strange combination:

Tortilla with mustard, salami and chocolate with nuts.

Because why waste time for dessert when you can eat dessert with the food.

Indeed the Hellmouth for bikers within two months.

In short. No!

[Quote = ItaiG; 578819]

Must do about Eyal wrote, his perseverance and determination

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#38 Posted : Friday, March 21, 2014 2:27:00 AM(UTC)
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Actually came to pass and started to descend a few meters but it was really dangerous.

Indeed great sights below:) That's the problem.

[Quote = gaggag; 578816]

It seems that the company took just like film and not the pass. Nevermind hasn't lost a lot:

Maximum height.

Snow fun in the small vendor

UN

Things not to do in the number # 435965

(Outcrop of Piedra Blanca-calten reserve)

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#39 Posted : Friday, March 21, 2014 11:00:49 AM(UTC)
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Look simply amazing.
What I did in (and) you go on foot. Simply amazing.

Well remember the mshchivot man crazy.

Your trip sounds crazy extreme level-lucky you got back safely. You had a satellite distress or something that would help locate you in the heart of the huge space.

According to my calculation go more than 40 miles a day (!) calculated?
What is the weight of a backpack to carry?
imtl  
#40 Posted : Friday, March 21, 2014 1:02:29 PM(UTC)
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Don't think he's crazy journey level. This forum long tracks, so it's not a different people have made here.

I had no means of distress but I felt needed it there than other places.

So I went more 40,000 average daily. But in this quest was not very good. Time is very short and very long days. Business was steady. And it usually

Pulse your body.

The weight of my bag without food and water was 3.9 lbs I need to buy some new equipment:( Things are a little outdated already.

Eyal

[Quote = S.K.; 578825] amazing to hear your story.
What I did in (and) you go on foot. Simply amazing.

Well remember the mshchivot man crazy.

Your trip sounds crazy extreme level-lucky you got back safely. You had a satellite distress or something that would help locate you in the heart of the huge space.

According to my calculation go more than 40 miles a day (!) calculated?
What is the weight of a backpack to carry?

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