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#181 Posted : Wednesday, May 25, 2011 9:42:17 PM(UTC)
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The guy isn't too hard.
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#182 Posted : Wednesday, May 25, 2011 10:52:52 PM(UTC)
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Right, I didn't notice.
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#183 Posted : Thursday, May 26, 2011 2:12:12 AM(UTC)
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Thank you everyone for all the comments, I have a lot of homework to do.
Ma, what specifically would you recommend for the pilgrims? I heard great things about him, but it is so long that I don't know where to start. About routes in the Alps, Dolomites, they're not all keys for setting.
The WYE Valley is an interesting option that has not been met.
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#184 Posted : Thursday, May 26, 2011 12:15:28 PM(UTC)
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Recommend section of the track in France, LE PUY, or city of the end of Spain's path to Santiago. Of the two I would recommend to the French, the Spanish have to complete or you get appetite and come to the track.

The difference between the two in some euro hostels can purchase some expensive, beautiful landscapes, more green, less people, more relaxed, less commercialised, excellent food, excellent wine, different human (less going Spaniards not they wrong but the Spaniard are in quantities that affect the nature of the trail).

After you do the honking I get an appetite to continue because after you go and feel the unique experience-get in the mood.

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#185 Posted : Saturday, May 28, 2011 4:00:07 PM(UTC)
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Hi Forum members,

I wanted to use amlattchs to track hiking abroad according to the following parameters:
1)-October season.
2)-time around the 2 weeks +. (14-16)
3) medium difficulty. (In terms of distance and
In terms of field)
4) is about 50% in bctot/rpiogis etc. and 50% b
In the tent.
Geographical area-5) of a particular preference but no use for two weeks.
Fly too far.

Who asks if I have experience in tours, so although there is abroad
I only do the TMB and the GR20.
No problem of carrying weight (priority 20 KB) or offences in rough terrain.

Thanks in advance.

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#186 Posted : Saturday, May 28, 2011 5:06:15 PM(UTC)
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Early October is a little problematic in terms of weather especially in the mountains, winter, air rpiogis're closed, transitions. Offers to concentrate on low-altitude routes. The question on Europe or the United States or another continent? Understand us too far so of course offers the pilgrims on the last in Spain. There are cheap hostels and you can camp despite such cheap means not equal. There are also some mountain road.

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#187 Posted : Saturday, May 28, 2011 5:51:10 PM(UTC)
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Unfortunately I can't go this year before October, although I am aware that the weather in Europe lift very high already borderline although the winter was year end then maybe start later.
Thinking in the beginning, but I fly there for two weeks is not worth the headache so it is better to postpone for years when allowed to take longer vacations.
About the pilgrims, I read him some and I understand that is 1600 km in total, what other parts of it are recommended in October (the last beach)? About 200-250 miles.
About cheap accommodation, the cost is not the main factor here, I just prefer for diversification to sleep some time. I understand the extra weight also to travel in this way.
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#188 Posted : Saturday, May 28, 2011 6:14:07 PM(UTC)
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Only the last part is one of the most beautiful, beautiful thing because in France but there will be more rain and cold snow in May. For this diversity is the human race, the whole world goes in October but still, that's less busy ihodiotho of the path, you meet and know and go with everybody heading in one direction. To sleep in a tent is to disconnect from the main themes are all for it. Diversity is every time another village, another hostel. Especially the October rains benefit only to sleep in a tent, and safe. It's hard to think of another route in October and I would recommend this trail here and if you want my advice (I sent a lot of everyone's back to internalize) without a tent, and a mattress. Not because of the weight, but the experience at inns, monasteries, etc. Even Charlie Sheen takes a movie on THE WAY this year.

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#189 Posted : Saturday, May 28, 2011 8:17:49 PM(UTC)
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Ma, thanks for the info, I saw people gather information sent by email on the above, if and when I decide on the runway might ask more details.
In the meantime, I'd love to other people's experience offers during this period in the world.
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#190 Posted : Monday, May 30, 2011 2:20:44 AM(UTC)
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The Simian mountains in Ethiopia
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#191 Posted : Friday, June 10, 2011 9:46:11 PM(UTC)
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We have a plane ticket to Jamaica on September 16th. We want to do a trek in the area. We do the TMB, but from what we understand most huts close in mid-September.
Someone made the Trek (or part thereof) during the period.
Anyone have any recommendations for which it is possible to do (between 3-10 days)?

Thank you very much.
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#192 Posted : Saturday, June 11, 2011 4:40:11 PM(UTC)
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Not all rpiogis are closed but weather starts to be volatile. Check the Internet for parallel message mutarpiogim and see when they are closed, open all year round.

About other routes-the Alps, there are lots of options, search the network has enough tracks in lower elevations.

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#193 Posted : Saturday, June 11, 2011 5:46:52 PM(UTC)
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Many thanks for the reply.
What is the maximum height the maximum recommended time
I saw the green route of via alpine, not the bands 2300 meters. It can match

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#194 Posted : Sunday, June 12, 2011 12:47:02 PM(UTC)
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Hey everyone,

My husband and I are planning to travel to Italy by 16 days. We are interested in trekking two to five days. We like the idea of at least an autorickshaw and prefer less travel and more. The problem I couldn't find so much information about treks without jumping back into the car.

I read that the AV1 Forum possible 4-5 days (if they do not all share).

Someone did it? Where do we start and where to end that left around 4-5 days?

Is there another recommended course? The other days? Also foot or two daily also a good option.

We want to integrate all the trekking Tour 2 days to 5 days and like I said as little as possible.

Would love any help we can get.

Thank you and have a lovely day:)

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#195 Posted : Sunday, June 12, 2011 12:59:09 PM(UTC)
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Hey,

My wife and I are looking for a course in Europe during September.
Tour duration is approximately 2 weeks +-from which we want to integrate space Trek
(About 5-8 days) and the rest of the time to rent a car and explore.

Read some Forum and many recommend Trek price or
The TMB Trek.

During this time, which would you recommend Trek
Did the TMB significantly difficult Trek from the Trek at dolimatim?

We would love to hear some good reports about people who do one or two.

Thank you

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#196 Posted : Sunday, June 12, 2011 1:35:55 PM(UTC)
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The walking trail at TMB differs from those bdolomits, the Dolomites have dozens of programs at different levels, certainly more expensive rates.

I personally don't know the Dolomites and tracks I highly recommend TMB.

Regardless of choice-your fitness All well and good, but these are the courses and who does not hold a suffering and pain related to a lack of preparation for walking in the mountains, and with the proper equipment.

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#197 Posted : Sunday, June 12, 2011 2:13:50 PM(UTC)
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Early September is a good time for TMB?
What is a realistic time period to complete the course?

Read the story through a forum here, a few stories on the track.

About equipment, bought equipment for trekking in Scotland so you have Rabbi.

Big left to buy cases and of course walking sticks.

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#198 Posted : Sunday, June 12, 2011 2:30:51 PM(UTC)
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The beginning of September.

Each track 10-12 days, certainly you can do section. The question where are coming into the area-Italy/Switzerland/France. The thing is, half track, from Simplon (underground between Italy to France)

-Road stories has long trails Forum, search by name or for using the engine.

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#199 Posted : Sunday, June 12, 2011 6:32:13 PM(UTC)
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Thanks, realized in complete free Wi.

If the return flight from Milan, has nice attractions?
Should I rent a car?

Thank you
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#200 Posted : Sunday, June 12, 2011 9:15:13 PM(UTC)
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Courmayeur is an option, depending on where you start. From Chamonix with Greece against the clock to Courmayeur. Away or transportation to Milan.

Worthwhile? Certainly take North Great Lakes price Italy, cities, Venice, Verona Italy Oh, fuck.

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