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#261 Posted : Monday, October 3, 2011 11:23:36 PM(UTC)
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#262 Posted : Friday, November 25, 2011 4:06:22 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,
This summer go to Europe right now, my plan is to visit the following countries (in alphabetical order):

Austria.
Italy.
Switzerland.
Germany.
Denmark.
Norway.
Netherlands.

I started in Austria in the next track (which ends in Italy):

Http://www.hike.co.il/forum_posts.asp?TID=5469&PN=9

Away goes to Switzerland, for outside Switzerland (Swiss Alpine Pass Route).

And then I plan to go to Germany, Denmark, Norway and Netherlands.

The problem is that these countries I'm less familiar with tracks or places to explore, I'd like to hear recommendations from the Forum members to these countries.

Thanks a lot!
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#263 Posted : Sunday, November 27, 2011 2:07:01 AM(UTC)
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In General in Germany, Netherlands and Denmark, there are no trails coupons, but like all of Europe there are many well-marked trails

South Netherlands more mountainous so to say anything like that about Netherlands (the highest mountain at about 300 meters). Did a couple of days for the pieterpad and what I saw was beautiful fields and some woods.

Why Denmark? Don't you know you're doing adanim hiking in Norway?

Southern Germany, and I'm pretty sure you can add Italy to Austria you do some day and start the North more than towns in Germany

Norway: it may be the most beautiful country in Europe (even the most expensive)
National Park
Jotunheimen
(Already wrote about this forum post)


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#264 Posted : Sunday, November 27, 2011 4:07:50 AM(UTC)
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First of all thanks a lot for your response being,

I also make the same conclusion that really slowly in countries Germany, Netherlands and Denmark don't routes/trekking, but parks you can visit. And of course, breathtaking views, but there is one thing that binds all.
So I thought I'd write here, I may not know anyone here.

Could very well be right about Denmark and perhaps expendable.
I wanted to give her another chance before it drops.

Would love to hear more stories and suggestions.

Good week.
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#265 Posted : Sunday, November 27, 2011 2:38:42 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = gollum] first of all many thanks for your response being,

I also make the same conclusion that really slowly in countries Germany, Netherlands and Denmark don't routes/trekking, but parks you can visit. And of course, breathtaking views, but there is one thing that binds all.



No, you misunderstood me.

In the Netherlands and Denmark there is breathtaking.
In Germany, if so in the South.

There are long routes, and many, in all countries in Europe.
In the Netherlands: for example the pieterpad nationwide
In Germany: here for example has a list
In Denmark: list .

It is not clear why you have decided to travel to Germany and Denmark Netherlands? Yotam k 40874.4899189815
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#266 Posted : Sunday, November 27, 2011 3:08:48 PM(UTC)
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How long drive- Spend a few days walking Some go in each track? Walk with a tent and equipment changed? Only? Budget?
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#267 Posted : Sunday, November 27, 2011 7:22:17 PM(UTC)
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I'm new here so maybe you already have but information.
Just closed and opened up some startup time (say 2 weeks) looking for a recommendation for a MULTIDAY trip cheap and awesome:
-Number of days with lodging or cabins
Not require dealing four seasons December also full (crampons, ice etc. grzini
-Interesting and challenging — not helping trails on Mount Carmel
Reasonable access Israel-manage simple and reasonable price

Unfortunately it seems most interesting routes are high for parameters I want and this season already 100 percent snow/ice

Someone offered me the Lycian way? Maybe GR20? Ideas/opinions?

Thank you
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#268 Posted : Sunday, November 27, 2011 7:27:36 PM(UTC)
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The Pilgrim trail in Spain. Although not so extreme, but the challenge could be to go on rainy days and cold and short days until dark and go to your own and meet the winter and just go go many miles a couple of enough in the daylight. Good conditions without a tent and miles.

-Flight to Madrid and from there to the bus route. Back from Santiago by plane to Madrid and back.

B-zero 8 euro. Food Max 12 per day.

Call 0522791953

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#269 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 4:28:29 PM(UTC)
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Yotam k-thanks for the list, helped me a lot.
Soon get a decision about what countries walk.

About the decision to fly to these countries.
Everyone has a dream, isn't it?
It is my dream to travel in these countries many years, why not make it? There may be places better, cheaper, more comfortable ... But each his love?
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#270 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 4:32:40 PM(UTC)
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זמי1-go for a period of approximately four months (can extend budget speaking to me, but I don't know what the weather will decide).
I plan to spend the first month, and each other.
Which leaves me two months or less (it is important to note that I'm not going to Netherlands, visit solely in Amsterdam) leaving to Germany, Denmark and Norway.

Now he's planning to go without sleep equipment (not mentioned it, but I'm going to carry me photographer photographic equipment total weight 8 kg or less), so I really don't want that to turn into suffering.

I am alone, but I have a little more time. Could be that they are jumping on the sale:)

The budget should definitely ($ 40,000) for four months.
$ 10,000 per month, should not

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#271 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 4:42:45 PM(UTC)
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8 pounds of photographic equipment in orbit? Read carefully, it seems a little difficult to do.

There are lots of hiking in the mountainous region throughout Germany, Norway, Italy, of adolomits to the Apennines, the Alps. Listen, it's all over Europe you describe here.

May focus on what you're looking for? I also read the book of consolation-trails in Europe.

Search at Google for instance under a generic name of TRAILS IN GERMANY has lots of information.

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#272 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 5:28:17 PM(UTC)
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Yes, it's a little heavy all of the photo, but it should bother too much during the walk, and even sits well within the travel bag (inside covers objectives etc.).

I Ma audio, tell me what you think:

Let's recap the first route that would take?
Outside Switzerland Bill be?

It leaves me two months in Europe.

In Germany I think slowly back off of, and make the city tour (Frankfurt/Munich/Berlin/etc.), together with a friend from Germany, which also iosill the costs.

So three weeks would be enough for me to Germany.

To go to Norway (and possibly relinquish Denmark?) and travel there in three weeks-one month to go to Amsterdam.

Makes more sense, doesn't it?
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#273 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 6:02:07 PM(UTC)
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In one letter have backpackinglight went with 15 kilos of photographic equipment. And his insanity.

In countries specified the cheapest hostel costs 25 euros per night, and also mountain cabin same price at best when you don't require you to pay for the meal that EUR 50 in d.

By simple calculation you spend only $ 4000 per month.
If you eat in this is $ 8000 per month.
(Prices calculated at tmb)

Most importantly, you add to mogvelsch as another human being, and it: reservations.

Instead of wasting that kind of accommodation in cabins you can invest in (and I don't mean to photographic equipment) and see that you go with the same weight I plan to go.
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#274 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 6:20:38 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = yotam k]
In one letter have backpackinglight went with 15 kilos of photographic equipment. And his insanity.

In countries specified the cheapest hostel costs 25 euros per night, and also mountain cabin same price at best when you don't require you to pay for the meal that EUR 50 in d.

By simple calculation you spend only $ 4000 per month.
If you eat in this is $ 8000 per month.
(Prices calculated at tmb)

Most importantly, you add to mogvelsch as another human being, and it: reservations.

Instead of wasting that kind of accommodation in cabins you can invest in (and I don't mean to photographic equipment) and see that you go with the same weight I plan to go.


Indeed you're right.
There seems to be no other choice. Start practice on back muscles
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#275 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 8:54:15 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = gollum]
There seems to be no other choice. Start practice on back muscles


Primarily the muscles of the legs.

You have several months to settle on equipment:
Backpack around 600 g. $ 200.
I k k. $ 300.
700 g tent. $ 250.
A mattress. To you 200 to 800 grams. 10-80 bucks.
Cooking. 500 grams. 80 dollars.

Search for ultralight course sites.

There you go, 3 000 equipment weight will save you 30,000 shekels
And weighs a little over 3 pounds. (And you can download more weight if there is a little extreme)

Not that sits spacewalk with a couple weeks if carrying such weight equipment for people who come to photograph naturally not left long to go.
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#276 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 8:57:08 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = yotam k] [QUOTE = gollum]
There seems to be no other choice. Start practice on back muscles


Primarily the muscles of the legs.

You have several months to settle on equipment:
Backpack around 600 g. $ 200.
I k k. $ 300.
700 g tent. $ 250.
A mattress. To you 200 to 800 grams. 10-80 bucks.
Cooking. 500 grams. 80 dollars.

Search for ultralight course sites.

There you go, 3 000 equipment weight will save you 30,000 shekels
And weighs a little over 3 pounds. (And you can download more weight if there is a little extreme)

Not that sits spacewalk with a couple weeks if carrying such weight equipment for people who come to photograph naturally not left long to go.


The truth is that a tent, backpack and already have a mattress (the most expensive costs, no?).

You're right, there is no doubt that the photo of Jacob?.
So I took a month's time on the two routes should take 21 days.

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#277 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 9:34:13 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = gollum] actually, backpack, tent, and a mattress.


What's the total weight?


[QUOTE = gollum] (The most expensive costs, no?).



No more expensive abikatot

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#278 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 9:46:35 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = yotam k] [QUOTE = gollum] actually, backpack, tent, and a mattress.


What's the total weight?


[QUOTE = gollum] (The most expensive costs, no?).



No more expensive abikatot



The truth is I haven't considered them
On the bag signing a pounds less, about the mattress and tent I don't close, but they are definitely a lightweight walk with them.

hehehehehe and no doubt it counts a bikatot
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#279 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 10:04:49 PM(UTC)
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Consider them your case may itself weighs 2.5 pounds + then if you upgrade your gear, actually reach that weight I plan to go in the first place with that.

I would recommend you a good four months kg Europe that means beginning and end would be a little cold.
Some miles?
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#280 Posted : Tuesday, November 29, 2011 10:32:56 PM(UTC)
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After checking with my brother that's the next bag:

Http://shop.lametayel.co.il/cgi-lametayel/bin/20084584.html #

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