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Karpad  
#201 Posted : Thursday, July 4, 2013 6:02:54 PM(UTC)
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Hello dear people,
I'm going to walk the GR20-early August and wanted to know if anyone has current experience in public transport in Corsica.

I get on the ferry to Ile rousse in 5.5 around 3:00 pm.

Where do you recommend and how to obtain the most lucrative way to get to the beginning of the Trek in Calenzana-
Google didn't help me too.

Thanks
dori  
#202 Posted : Friday, July 5, 2013 12:58:54 PM(UTC)
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You have 3 options: bus (don't know what the frequency but there ... I just went to informiion and they told me ...), walk (about half a day's walk is not particularly interesting.) or a taxi (but of course the most expensive and fastest available). There are two writers at very large calvi where you can buy everything (food, maps, ...)
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#203 Posted : Saturday, July 6, 2013 5:39:21 AM(UTC)
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First of all thanks for the reply.
You talk about transport from Ile rousse or Calvi?
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#204 Posted : Saturday, July 6, 2013 1:27:44 PM(UTC)
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Fun from calvi
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#205 Posted : Sunday, July 7, 2013 2:42:16 AM(UTC)
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The taxi to meet tillis ferry and take along a taxi and save costs,
Also author of spra (supermarket chain in Central Corsica) in Calenzana, and there I think.

The village has a camping area so that you can get for tonight to have and beginning the next day.

Transport rules aren't really developed island.
Karpad  
#206 Posted : Friday, July 12, 2013 5:23:35 PM(UTC)
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Thanks Daniel
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#207 Posted : Thursday, July 18, 2013 1:48:47 PM(UTC)
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Hello friends,
I did two years ago, the alta via # 1 Dolomites and TMB and heard from people they recommend me on the GR20 hike in Corsica.
I did some digging on the Trek and it really sounds great (at least the northern half) but I came across some information about shortages throughout the season.
My problem is that I can go for a walk only on 1 October and I couldn't figure out if it's time to stroll around or rafiog.

I'd be happy if someone made the Trek and know a bit of the weather and accommodation in cabins can help me.

Thanks, Amir.
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#208 Posted : Thursday, July 18, 2013 11:14:25 PM(UTC)
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It is considered low season. Weather wise it's pretty risky. Most emergency room cabins leave open for hikers (manned).

Contact user has started accessing the WARHAM orbit around this time and visit occasionally.
Karpad  
#209 Posted : Monday, July 29, 2013 12:24:21 PM(UTC)
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Another question to a friend who made the Trek in the past;
How much cost you living during the Trek?
How many euros to buy?
Thank you.
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#210 Posted : Monday, July 29, 2013 4:13:50 PM(UTC)
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As I remember, the rate in 2008 was 11 euros to 10 euros, bed in their rented tent, and 6 euros for a place for a tent.
Dinners ranging from 18 to 14 euros, I think. I had breakfast, but could buy bread and cheese in some places during the day.
Karpad  
#211 Posted : Wednesday, July 31, 2013 1:35:04 AM(UTC)
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We prefer to cook for ourselves.
From what I read so far says that it is possible to obtain basic food rafiog and slightly less basic, if deviating from the villages along the way.
The question is what kind of food should we expect costs and our planning even practical?
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#212 Posted : Wednesday, July 31, 2013 9:37:33 AM(UTC)
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Accommodation costs – current year – the vast majority of chalets-7 Euro per person with own tent, 10 tent rentals. And 11 cabin lodging.
The food is basic and very dynamic and prices depend on distance from the supply source, the same loaf of bread can cost between 1.5-5 cabins. Rice, pasta, canned fish, some snacks and soft drinks, sauces, Granola, available at each cabin. Bread, cheese, meat, fruit and vegetables etc that varies. We Cook all by ourselves, and we've gone off but what we found along the way and always worried about carrying a little excess food in recent days carried only can same day based on instantaneous + 250 g rice supply spare. -If you buy supplies in don't count on fresh supplies, you can purchase dinner at the cabin-high price and quality (we tried not only received prescriptions) and breakfast hardly seems worth its cost. Bought powdered milk and hold Commons Moseley and you are sorted. The cost depends on the quality of life you purchase in you drink beer every day + snack + cabin accommodation + meals-cooking Shabbat 21B can handle roughly 20-25 euros per day.
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#213 Posted : Tuesday, August 6, 2013 7:02:41 PM(UTC)
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Hey everyone,

First post on the Forum, I found you due to find information on the GR20 led to the story of Amnon.

No increase in the background, and I want to go to the GR20 in mid-September. We both New Zealand 2008-2009 I made also the TMB in 2009, Georgia-balneotherapy and parts in the Pyrenees GR10 in 2012. She traveled the Dolomites in 2012 and we are looking for a new Trek.

The problem, we are limited to 2 weeks and made reservations.
We looked at the airlines, ferries and buses and look only to the beginning of the Trek will last at least 3 days to leave the country once! And that brings us to him.

Assuming we go on Nice pm, what's the best way to get to Calenzana-

And another question, since mid-September is past the thousands in Europe, we might look for a good trekking in northern Greece and relax in a beautiful place. Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks in advance! Yotam_weiss 41492.6689351852
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#214 Posted : Tuesday, August 6, 2013 8:11:46 PM(UTC)
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I'm not sure why you say it takes 3 days to get to the beginning of the Trek?
From Nice to take a connecting flight to start the roast for the next day.
To remind you that the common direction is from North to South.
If you want to go from South to North so traveling from Nice to Ajaccio and next reach the trailhead by bus.

My message was written six years ago. Since updates
There is also a detailed message of Arthur41503.3530671296 Amnonl
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#215 Posted : Tuesday, August 6, 2013 9:04:15 PM(UTC)
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You about Bulgaria 7 Rila and the black book saving the country own friendly hospitable and nice less broken than Greece and saved the music. Yonit I far from going crazy.
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#216 Posted : Wednesday, August 7, 2013 1:04:48 PM(UTC)
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Thanks to both of you,

Amnon, remaining flights to Nice and expensive sequels flights to Corsica. We were hoping for a cheaper option than mended with ferries and buses very long days left until the beginning of the Trek since Ferries depart for Bastia and Calvi bus frequency and have to wait day in between.

Thanks for the recommendation, an annual September a little unpredictable in terms of m to Bulgaria? How do you recommend getting the Trek of the seven lakes?
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#217 Posted : Thursday, August 8, 2013 10:12:56 PM(UTC)
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Hi
Can anyone tell me when the close this year?

Thank you
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#218 Posted : Friday, August 9, 2013 6:48:35 AM(UTC)
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No such date because they don't know either, but last year's report (which is quite a find) in early October remained only two cabins with guards and the others just open as winter huts:
Http://corsica.forhikers.com/forum/p/1987
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#219 Posted : Saturday, August 10, 2013 3:03:57 PM(UTC)
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Hey being,

I also intend to leave in mid-September, a cheaper option is to fly to Paris and then connect to pine

Good luck
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#220 Posted : Monday, August 12, 2013 10:11:57 PM(UTC)
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Hi Eyal,

Thank you! Closed the day tickets for mid-September through Paris.
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