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#221 Posted : Tuesday, August 16, 2011 5:30:18 AM(UTC)
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The trail seems to me best France, thank you!
If you can answer some questions that really help me.
Where exactly do I start the course?
-Need to book hostels or just show up there?
Got a French name-you can identify? At a reasonable price?
-Worth buying food? Familiar food or casual cool.
-Bonus question: what do those letters with tzirofii these numbers (name of track) that indicates the index or difficulty?
And again thank you for everything!!!!
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#222 Posted : Tuesday, August 16, 2011 12:12:54 PM(UTC)
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LE PUY EN-VALEY WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE, there is a train from ST. ETTIENNE.

There are lots of GITE or GITE D ' all THIS COMMUNAL village along the route, the route is known as France GR65 or

Chemines de St Jacques

-Lower average price in 6-9 euros. There are kitchens in each, sell food. There are also individuals with a French meal option at a price of course. And excellent quality.

GR = GRAND RANDONNEE

Long trails. The number is the number for To get information website of FFRP.

In August might have reservations, you should find the telephone numbers, there is also the site of the FFRP-GR.

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#223 Posted : Saturday, August 27, 2011 2:05:33 AM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone!

Me and 3 friends want to travel for up to 10 days in Europe at lower costs: to sleep in a tent, Cook for ourselves, and do it with a rental car. The trip is scheduled for October.

Thought of Italy (pretty expensive) or Sweden (a good period in terms of m?)

I would like to receive recommendations on how States can sleep in a tent without problems (free campgrounds) relatively low living costs and this trip possible.

Any recommendation would be beneficial.

Thanks in advance,

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#224 Posted : Saturday, August 27, 2011 1:47:34 PM(UTC)
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Europe is expensive. Sweden a fortiori, October rainy and cold in Sweden.

Italy is always nice. To sleep in a tent given rise not far from organized tours, that nevertheless have to bathe, wash clothes, eat, have to take tents with Israel in order to get there, eventually you will find yourself staying in camping houses are arranged and it expense that should be taken into account.

In terms of track-October the Dolomites and the Alps and winter weather, should focus on southern routes and beautiful like area between Rome and Florence, or along the Adriatic, or North of Rome all over the coastal strip. Don't know how the boys rather disorganized and if allowed and what it involves logistics. I wouldn't want to be that way in order to stay where he should start looking for him two hours earlier not to get stuck into darkness. In such a situation does not always know if you are tent on the ground and risk some hothead and Italian mad drive you away.

Try to search the Internet for legitimate free camping.

In addition to planning so guests will sign yourself travelling by car a half day from site to site and thus wasting time freedom. Choosing a domain zone and relatively and not more than 50 km. Imagine yourself starting and fork encampment him twice a day, and it's annoying.

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#225 Posted : Saturday, August 27, 2011 3:31:06 PM(UTC)
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Hi all Forum members!
Last year, many used the Forum to a great Trek.
This year, I'd be very interested in the recommendations on itineraries that can be made during September-early October.
I drive (probably) to Croatia, and plan to move on-if you have any ideas for the week or a little more (or two related tracks) I would love to hear.
In terms of level I think I can handle, I am looking for possible budget, therefore have priority overnight in a tent and gas burner, but not binding.

I understood Croatian Shay some interesting treks (them?) and I think to attract South to Montenegro or Serbia and Bulgaria (?).
Also, who knows if it is possible to move by sea from Kuna/Montenegro to Italy, and what cost?

Many thanks to all contributors!
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#226 Posted : Saturday, August 27, 2011 9:05:50 PM(UTC)
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Thought on the Apennines in northern Tuscany region Surrounding Carrera entry

I was there a few years ago and it's an amazing area and very beautiful.

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#227 Posted : Saturday, August 27, 2011 9:15:47 PM(UTC)
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Certainly one thing you can continue Croatia and Montenegro by sea to Italy the main ferry are:
Zadar-Ancona
Beer.
The large, comfortable and quite expensive in season I don't know out of season.
– Montenegrin tracks published another post take a look.
– In Serbia fail me not a trek of several days of very superficial overview of the State is forested and gvait with some friendly parks but where would build on it. .. Take a look at Google Earth on it and understand.
Bulgaria-season definitely what you seek you can do a week long treks or combine two or three treks in the Rhodope Mountains, RILA and Pirin
Sure you can spend weeks trekking there take a look at previous posts and see if you need more information.
At the tent not allowed anywhere but at the end of September will not have a choice in some places and nobody sees you.
I heard a rumor about a bus from Podgorica to Sofia can dispense with a stop in Serbia but need to check it out.
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#228 Posted : Saturday, August 27, 2011 9:19:46 PM(UTC)
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Don't understand your message if you are looking for trekking or not.
The car is already significant expense-nice option is to fly to Athens and take a bus to VOLOS where relatively cheap car hire and hang out at the Penisula between mountains and beaches
I was there four days beaches and sleep-free should have a good map and get along.
From there you can encrypt a little longer to hit the FAMOUS PLATAMON and Olympus-whether it's car has a day and a half to up and down!
Enjoy!
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#229 Posted : Sunday, August 28, 2011 2:12:43 PM(UTC)
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The truth I have no idea about Italy. Heard of sites there.

About trekking, then nothing more than two days, but there's a problem in terms of difficulty.

What about Croatia? Anyone heard/travel/know such character trip?

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#230 Posted : Sunday, August 28, 2011 5:36:31 PM(UTC)
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Trekking in Croatia date but significant car indeed opens you the opportunity. Keep in mind that the highest summit is the 1800 m but there are beautiful mountains and karstis-be season everything will be very dry and virtually no water sources likely in high mountains – you can go hiking in the national parks of PAKLENICA and KRKA the PLITVICA with a car is supposed to be very comfortable and cheap camping this season without 200 m at each end of the coastal road and one can always grab some beautiful beach. Consider the roads narrow and long-travel to build while you have on one of the Islands that would also be very expensive with car
From Zagreb itself for lovely walks for two days without any vehicle (streetcar coming getting there until the track) so you can reduce vehicle maintenance
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#231 Posted : Monday, September 5, 2011 1:10:49 AM(UTC)
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Hello, I know that there are quite a few subjects that irshurim yet. I'm going to Italy for a month and the intention to move to Slovenia to Triglav. The track is mostly nature treks, I have experience in and ice climbing (not technical) and I noticed a little late I went to Venice in 4.9 some trekking worth doing?
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#232 Posted : Monday, September 5, 2011 11:27:41 AM(UTC)
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AV1 (Alta via 1) of course is right next to you and this is the best time to go.

The Italians still give me a knighthood on promoting tourism to North Italy

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#233 Posted : Monday, September 5, 2011 2:27:50 PM(UTC)
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Wow, thanks, I'm trying to figure out the puzzle about the huts in Italy. Are all used on the standard hotel chain, mountain cottages (map + alvit) can get the vendor lets sleep on the pass (similar to New Zealand).
About AV1 does some trekking parties that go in similar but not the understood. Familiarity with New Zealand again sounds like the great precious walks at most major bookshops that accompany less familiar treks and much cheaper in terms of accommodation for them.
Two questions: I am looking for 4-5 days trekking in the Alps involving Switzerland border. One last question: is the Triglav from the standpoint of the season? Thank you very much and good day to all
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#234 Posted : Sunday, September 18, 2011 2:31:43 PM(UTC)
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Hey,

My friend and I are flying to 1.40, rent a car and then continue to the Spanish Pyrenees. Does anyone have a recommendation for trekking in the area? In addition, we look forward to any useful information on the subject-is it to book ahead at this time rpogiot The expected weather?

We want to do 2 day, and another two-day itinerary with accommodation in one of arpogiot. We are happy to do at least one challenging route including rising to the top (if there is such a two-track).

As I mentioned, be with the car therefore became.

Thanks in advance

Karen:)

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#235 Posted : Sunday, September 18, 2011 3:15:45 PM(UTC)
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October-in trouble, need to check each time the Intelligence Office about weather and open rpiogis.

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#236 Posted : Monday, September 19, 2011 11:30:03 PM(UTC)
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About top-this time I recommend you to go to sierra de cadi-as feasible in October and the top is amazing and should be but it turned out our one-day hikes if you insist we can sew daily too.
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#237 Posted : Wednesday, September 21, 2011 12:16:50 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = זמי1]

October-in trouble, need to check each time the Intelligence Office about weather and open rpiogis.

Ma you can refer me to a site where I can find it? Do you have any recommendations for this time of year, you know that magic? We're staying in a relatively short period Spain so I prefer the trekking to the top

Thank you very much.

Karen:)

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#238 Posted : Wednesday, September 21, 2011 12:23:42 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = asafbash23]-this season climax I would recommend you to go to sierra de cadi-as feasible in October and the top is amazing and should be but it turned out our one-day hikes if you insist we can sew even days

Hi Assaf,

I actually thought the two-day trek to do agooterts in the area. Is this an option? Do you have any recommendations? (Again we drive so that should ease matters).

Anyway, I haven't heard or read on top of her. Would love to detail:)

Thank you very much.

Karen:)

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#239 Posted : Wednesday, September 21, 2011 1:20:05 PM(UTC)
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I don't know the area.
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#240 Posted : Thursday, September 22, 2011 9:19:59 PM(UTC)
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There is a possibility as Ma said should be if a hand on the pulse and consult closely on the entrance to the reserve. Anyway do check that arpiog is open.
The sierra de cadi is a small mountain range just south of Andorra and should be less snowy. The controls are well marked and should start from the village of gosol where you can leave your car and go up to the top matter of 3-4 hours.
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