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Dar golan  
#1 Posted : Saturday, July 4, 2015 6:32:14 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone, I would like to travel in from early August to mid-September (not limited in time, so that by the end of the path).
I decided on the trip following a meeting with a company that describes a stunning experience akmino de Santiago. I did some research on the subject (I admit I ordered all over the place) and the reading led me to hear about the GR10 and GR11. All route descriptions sounded amazing and now I'm in a real dilemma which trek to go.
I go by myself on a trip but plans to connect good people, had made the Bill so long walking Israel sells rather than a problem, and walking with weights. Although I admit I was glad for the trip a little more light in terms of the weight of the bag.
I am not so much on the differences between the tracks and I would love if you could advise me of the three is the most beautiful and interesting if this even possible and if not then at least the parameters are different.
Thank you in advance for any advice you get (intelligent:
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Dar golan  
#2 Posted : Saturday, July 4, 2015 6:42:00 AM(UTC)
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Another thing I forgot to say, the advantage of the Camino, allowing me to come to this great adventure is the low cost of the entire trip. From the experience of people in which the cost is estimated at about 600-900 euros. I'd love to know what the average cost in GR11 GR10 again.
(Thanks again:
arthur  
#3 Posted : Saturday, July 4, 2015 2:42:25 PM(UTC)
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Hi Dr,
Although all the tracks you described went just the GR10, but I can tell you with certainty that your girlfriend experience described is very different than if you do have one GR 10 or 11. The difference lies in that you're going high in the mountains.
These trails go them significantly less people. These trails and very difficult to leave them physically because there are many long lifts the exhausting myself waiting long descents. Not saying you and I do recommend to all men and women to challenge themselves mentally and also physically walking these paths that garnets lesions are very rewarding.
Whether that's what you want to do and think that track logging
Also, the chance to meet someone who makes part or all of GR 10 is relatively low.

From the point of view you don't go in like baseball fields and valleys but higher in the mountains and forests of the surrounding mountains. Each day usually ends up in a cabin in the mountains or in small village in a valley between high mountain passes.
In terms of people, meet people usually in villages near points which can be reached in a short walk or by car. Between these points mostly alone.
About logistics has French-side cabins and villages along the way. So you can sleep and eat at these places. But the book is also a good directory and maps that also have sections where village or a cabin and have to prepare for it in advance.
arthur  
#4 Posted : Saturday, July 4, 2015 2:54:43 PM(UTC)
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And how is it possible without wiping the image

Amtrak  
#5 Posted : Saturday, July 4, 2015 7:31:40 PM(UTC)
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Just to emphasize: the Camino is a completely different route GR10/GR11. In the walking Camino is often wide and comfortable paths, light barrier, the day pass/village or two, and end in village/town. The full route of travel (at least, I don't know what the situation is exactly in September/October), rather than have to carry almost anything (just walking clothes, rain gear, I think).
GR11 GR10 hiking/they more spentdrtis. I've done neither, but it seems that Arthur gave his highlights here-much more ups and downs than most, need to think about the purchase, should take full travel equipment (mattress, sleeping bag, tent, better). The most rewarding views (in my opinion).
Anyway, you decide what style first trip more than you, and that you decide on one of the options.
Dar golan  
#6 Posted : Sunday, July 5, 2015 2:27:54 AM(UTC)
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Thank you so much, this is exactly the answer I needed (I go on the Camino for spontaneity, and lack of future buildup--have no doubt come back to experience the full splendor in one adventure trails, when in good company this type of adventure (:
Dar golan  
#7 Posted : Sunday, July 5, 2015 2:31:11 AM(UTC)
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Thank you so much, this is exactly the answer I needed (I go on the Camino for spontaneity, and lack of future buildup--have no doubt come back to experience the full splendor in one adventure trails, when in good company this type of adventure (:
Babchook  
#8 Posted : Tuesday, July 7, 2015 8:56:50 PM(UTC)
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The Camino is an excellent choice, walked the French Camino from St. Jean to Santiago (to pinisera and named) a year ago for 35 days.

Highly recommended! If you want recommendations, tips and help. I'm here to help.

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