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arthur  
#161 Posted : Thursday, January 12, 2012 3:35:03 PM(UTC)
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With all these images began to float me memories and I am almost late for work.
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#162 Posted : Sunday, January 15, 2012 11:15:20 AM(UTC)
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Just about to order in advance.
We invite to the first five nights and saved only 4 of us. Anyway, each cabin had to get another one or two who came and wanted to pay. Maybe they keep some vacancies and provide needed to book online? And at worst, has always been a place for tents leased theirs can also spend the night in a reasonable manner.
So ultimately it's scary, and I want to tell you "trust me, there will be a place for better insurance to carry a tent (and one lightweight), but I'm sure there are many hikers who go without a tent and get along without problems on the track. In fact, I even met a few of these.
We did the trail at 3.7-13.7, and many travelers hanging around all the time.
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#163 Posted : Sunday, January 15, 2012 12:14:09 PM(UTC)
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Definitely one of the most I've ever done.
We did the GR20 in October 2009, just before the year began officially with the orders in and although this season, all the cabins were open but no food and gas were 2 places where the huts were full to the brim (dormitori). The relatively small huts should not rely on luck to make room. In addition to mind better to carry emergency tent that the terrain isn't easy at all and if there is a storm or rain or darkness would rather stay put than to advance to the next because of the mountainous terrain.
Just one tip for anyone who plans to do the route, get in shape, practice and weight equipment, and carefully planned walking distances based on capacity.
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#164 Posted : Monday, January 16, 2012 9:06:18 PM(UTC)
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Thank you for the Info!

Actually, I'm still deciding between several possible treks across the globe. Already quite a few years I didn't do longer treks (more than 25למען ...) and had to settle for short trips in the country and abroad + mountain bike + run medium distances and my teeth, so I'm pretty fit but not of this kind. Try to improve gradually towards the exit.

By the way, I'm taking my brother "" so that one might push me in.

Other treks I consider to do this year, if not that, are:

Around Annapurna, oaiiwash, venblan, venblan rotate Matterhorn, Pyrenees. If there is anyone who can give me the "pros and cons"-very comparative to help.

Also-about the GR20 long writing although they went North South North South but (gradation and back) who made it (or maybe even both) and can recommend?

Thanks again!

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#165 Posted : Monday, January 16, 2012 9:29:51 PM(UTC)
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For pleasure would not start after 25 years of Lollapalooza, get rotate TMB venblan.

Then you'll see.

How long do you want to go? When How about equipment?

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#166 Posted : Monday, January 16, 2012 10:19:57 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for caring

Thinking about a two-week trek, but I mean, I have a problem it would be three weeks gross.

In terms of the date I totally flexible (as long as this year!), so I don't have to go in the season.

This supposed TMB one but preferred options for two reasons:

A. I (skiing) around brought me something new.

In dude (I make the Trek) did for mountain bike TMB last summer.

I have the impression that somehow we stand on, especially if GR20 do it without pressure and maybe a little more indulgence of ripog accommodation + meals and thus get something backpack weight.

What do you think?

BTW-we're pretty equipped but also it need to be updated. I have used me in many trips of several days in Israel and abroad, although some equipment (e.g. tent) served me at 83 (1983-young-after the army)

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#167 Posted : Monday, January 16, 2012 10:55:31 PM(UTC)
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The many names of treks are very different from each other only in your first post you gave as Greece.

If you want to indulge in this direction, then Europe.

"Pros and cons" would be more useful if focused on what style you are looking for.
(The legendary on the concatenating assignment AV1?)
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#168 Posted : Monday, January 16, 2012 11:12:44 PM(UTC)
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Start end-misread the concatenating assignment on AV1. Where do I call him?

About the latepnk, of course, everything is relative. We're not afraid to push but also don't kind of must carry everything on your back and sleep outdoors, i.e. If you can sleep in rpogy (or guest house in Nepal, or BB in somewhere else). Also thing about ejecting a few dollars more, as part of a two-year $ 1.50 per day already done 20-25 years ago.

Clearly that isn't stated very different precisely because it aumim and I would love to.

Thank you!!

P.s. not to matter but as a technologically challenged (also probably related to age)-I get a message that someone answered me or added something concatenating assignment where I anwein?

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#169 Posted : Tuesday, January 17, 2012 2:57:47 AM(UTC)
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Regarding the last question-I. You enter a thread day by day and seeing if there's anything new. You can also see the name on the outside of the reactor, if you want to save one click.

About the trails themselves-I'm sure Europe (Mont Blanc, GR20, probably in the season) has nice cabins, save for carrying equipment. Anyway, if you have a tent from 1983, he must have some heavy fabric and old ultra Lite. So if you're still thinking about taking a tent, I recommend the equipment.
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#170 Posted : Tuesday, January 17, 2012 2:38:34 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Sparrow]

Start end-misread the concatenating assignment on AV1. Where do I call him?


 



There is a forum search feature (top).
He also appears on the first page of "long" routes.

From what you describe, I'd go for one of these trails.
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#171 Posted : Tuesday, January 17, 2012 9:30:49 PM(UTC)
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Sparrow, I wish you much success and lots of fun on your trip, no matter where he's going to be.



Put aside all the limitations and doubts, think what you want.
I believe you (or anyone else) can make any trip abroad. So if you decide you want to Corsica would love to help you. Arthur 40925.7726157407
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#172 Posted : Wednesday, January 18, 2012 4:16:21 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for answering,

Through various routes and return with more targeted questions to chshatzm.

About the tent, as the freak, and one even close business on a professional level, I must say that unfortunately the surprise from 1983 (eureka timberline 2 for those interested in details) still exists on the market today, including very little changes (some abuse ...) and has advantages even on State-of-the-art tents (and disadvantages).

Regarding the other equipment I updated and updated despite the nostalgia and although you long trekking and made life difficult, like many of you I suppose less (much less) than high technology.

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#173 Posted : Thursday, January 19, 2012 11:20:14 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = HarmonicWave]
(The legendary on the concatenating assignment AV1?)

Now read it.! All seven pages (OK, I admit the thirteenth time when asked if it was possible to build tents and should bring the blowtorch, I didn't read the longer answer ...)

My conclusions are:

A. Amnon power! If not, 1996, Minister of education, at least! This is in addition to a shadow he deserves certainly the investment and patience (not only tilapia meets the umpteenth time what looks like he doesn't even do "copy paste", but this new season!)

B. tip looks correct to me-seems worth track and coordinate what we seek and what we do in June adjustable.

C. that means me another trip in Italy which is the favorite destination and which drove many times in recent years (short and long trips and the occasional short "in ל"טרקונים Dolomites, apinanim and more gbais areas ...).

4. it would be interesting to see this area in the spring after bkrati and surfing a few times in recent winters (not exactly the same route, but the mramolda area for example).

OK, so soon will be back with more questions.

Thanks a lot!

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#174 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2012 12:35:48 AM(UTC)
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Hello
We 4 company 18 in reasonable fitness until we try to plan the amount of days walking we have no problem to go many hours a day (if that makes sense). We plan to fly with all the equipment. We will be happy if we can get an estimate of the amount of the minimal days. We're a bit pressed for time so call if in fact we can do 11 day Trek?
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#175 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2012 1:33:49 AM(UTC)
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On 11 May and in October. At least it's getting nervous about the murder.
Elite units incoming French shape through the walk path in 5 days! (12 hours). Met this unit on the trail.
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#176 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2012 2:07:54 AM(UTC)
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Must weight all-18 elements, GR20 Lollapalooza, all on the back means sleeping in a tent that is more equipment. What happens if you can't finish it while out and about in the middle of a mountain nmcom? Although it is possible to run and find transportation to the port but it complicates life.

Do you take into account how long it takes to get and how to do it? About flights and ferries.

-Likely to fitness. Went a whole week with 18 kg on their backs? What about professional equipment for a walk? Good shoes and fit and more.

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#177 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2012 8:13:26 AM(UTC)
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Ma.,

You have selected high hurdle for starters.

The GR20 is considered one of the three key routes in Europe (perhaps even the difficult ones), exit without time pressure and experience could be a mistake.

If I were you I'd go on less challenging physically and logistically as part of what the GR10 GR11 Spain or France or the GR5 in AV1/AV2 in Western Italy (Aosta Valley region, and routes in the Dolomites that Amnon writes – mostly having to sleep in huts).

Those tracks that you can obtain them relatively frequently, which reduces the need for reliance on cabins (and the weight on your back), should not be a problem to sleep in a tent and you can easily select a section to match the time at your disposal.
I'm sure the first trip overseas as you enjoy one of these trails.
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#178 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2012 9:50:08 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = mno19] Hi,
We 4 company 18 in reasonable fitness until we try to plan the amount of days walking we have no problem to go many hours a day (if that makes sense). We plan to fly with all the equipment. We will be happy if we can get an estimate of the amount of the minimal days. We're a bit pressed for time so call if in fact we can do 11 day Trek?

Wouldn't recommend planning for 11 days for the simple reason that average about 16 and 11 day GR20 is far beyond the average. Welcome there also varies from day to day and tracks like CIRQUE TO SOLITUDE not to cross.
If there are only 11 days in urging then recommends you do 9 stages (I think the most interesting and beautiful too) then after the ninth stage at VIZZAVONA train cut to AJACCIO:


And visit the GREAT:
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#179 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2012 10:52:13 AM(UTC)
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There are several sections that can be connected together, I did it only once, but I wasn't nervous time. With good fitness but I think you can enjoy all the physical effort needed to run all the time and do that breaks live in lakes and rivers, photographs,.
Think about it. Arthur 41051.3290740741
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#180 Posted : Sunday, August 5, 2012 3:30:18 PM(UTC)
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Hello
Do the route in Corsica in the coming weeks.
In addition to the helpful information here would love to borrow one of my (probably from someone who's done it ...) as well as consulting.
I and if necessary ready to deposit.
Please contact us by email.
Thank you
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