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yotam k  
#281 Posted : Wednesday, November 30, 2011 1:02:09 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = gollum]
There are certificate?


I think it's okay.

Now have to check the weights of other things.
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#282 Posted : Wednesday, November 30, 2011 2:27:23 AM(UTC)
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I just wonder about the tent, 700 registration. You sure?!

This is really a little,
Would love to see examples of single tent weight as low as possible:)
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#283 Posted : Wednesday, November 30, 2011 11:58:42 PM(UTC)
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Tents:

450 g

It can be a good start.

Start doing searches on Google with the word ultralight and then what you want, tent, backpack, etc.

Also do a search in the Forum, all data has been written.

To illustrate how far we can go with it look here, including three days just over a pound.

Good luck! Yotam k 40877.8806365741
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#284 Posted : Thursday, December 1, 2011 12:30:54 AM(UTC)
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Opinion: caught-got ... Photographic equipment of 8 kg can make trekking a nightmare. I think without a sleeping bag and tent gets approximately 18-20 kg on their backs unless you settle for a single day's sorties.

Recommend you to edit "tourist" tour in Europe (including Switzerland) and trekking are Scandinavia (and perhaps in Scotland if you don't rule out).
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#285 Posted : Thursday, December 1, 2011 2:15:40 PM(UTC)
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Orphan, many thanks for the links, definitely looks good nice tents.
Exactly what I needed, thank you.

Ofer,
His love and you may look at all this as something burdensome, but for me it:) trip fuel
I don't want to say that I'm going for it, but there is some ... And don't worry, I won't get to 18 kilos.
This tour ends in total almost every day where you can replenish the food/water etc., so there is no need to carry plenty of food and water. You are in Europe, there are plenty of water.

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#286 Posted : Thursday, December 1, 2011 2:51:55 PM(UTC)
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Just out of curiosity, what camera equipment you intend to carry you?

Some lenses? -Grip Flash? Some consider the tripod?
Can be part of the standard equipment is not going to be particularly useful.
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#287 Posted : Thursday, December 1, 2011 3:03:22 PM(UTC)
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Single-lens reflex camera, Nikon D90.

Nikon fisheye lens-10.5.
Nikon Lens 24-10.
Nikon 18-200 lens.

A campfire tripod onforto + head tripod.
Campfire tripod.

Of course, I have 3 more filters, spare memory cards, portable hard drive, etc.

I thought a lot about the stuff I wrote, he also bought especially for the trip.
Right now, I think that map I'm going to use it a lot.

I'm taking with me flashes at all, although I just recently.
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#288 Posted : Thursday, December 1, 2011 7:32:09 PM(UTC)
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It appears you can keep some of the equipment at the hostel/hotel.

You really need a 10.5 lens have had this scope is covered by another lens?

Instead of a full-size tripod, I'd take a gorilla food.
Of course hard drive should not accompany you on a trek.

In short, I think that it's a little overkill 8 kilos and can shed some of it without compromising your most photographs needs.
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#289 Posted : Thursday, December 1, 2011 11:50:07 PM(UTC)
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Hello

First of all, please look at the posts requested for the long trip in Europe, I think there's a lot of tips to help you-although on the Mediterranean and the Balkans.
Take a look at the pictures with a simple camera without auxiliary equipment.

Secondly, and very importantly have a European passport? If the visa is 3 months in these countries (all together)-you could try to prolong a tourist visa in Germany are often confirmed.

Some tips on the fork.
Don't rush to buy trains pass though the temptation and comfort equally good bus and much cheaper-in addition there are lots of rides and nice people.

The amount ה"קאוץ surfing lessons" in these countries is crazy and exploited save thousand of dollars meeting amazing people and get to know the place inside-to do so should work on it before the trip and send requests to complete.

Plan your "good" countries well under weather-hiking in Northern Italy and Austria would not advise to go before the end of June if you with weight, and even more countries.

I can tell after a few treks you start feeling the view a bit repetitious, so if you're not going to walk, I would recommend that you reserve a few good festivals fill batteries. This is from personal experience-I love Europe limited her range especially in the Center.

Financially I'm good with 4000-5000 per month but these countries it will cost at least 1.5 times. Required to bring a hotplate cookware good easy.

For March and April will be back to do lectures and functional planning of sightseeing in Europe. Specific questions feel free to send email
Have fun and enjoy lots of pretty pictures back
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#290 Posted : Friday, December 9, 2011 12:26:57 PM(UTC)
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Thank you for your response, gathering

I am not in a hurry to buy a train ticket, just to get these countries rates proportions in Europe intrigued me to know how much is the most expensive transport (train), which is the fastest if I really can only stay 3 months will be against me and would do anything to catch as much as possible, even if it means getting on trains.

About surfing lessons you really ' couchsurfer ' right now, I'm done subscribing and I hope it will help me in some European countries, especially in the cities.
I know a very good friend who was hosting at his house a few people from Norway, they return him way:)

The truth is that owed to some cheering Tomorrowland Festival in Belgium, know
See how I feel.

ד"א, Norway and Denmark are off the table, so we left.
Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Netherlands.

You calculate $ 7,500 a month in case of sleeping cabins?
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#291 Posted : Friday, December 16, 2011 6:00:54 AM(UTC)
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Another thing about surfing lessons-kautz ' wary European often want to see that someone wrote you already commented about hosting, so try to see it before the trip.

About the money I'm talking about the combination of tent cabins and hostels that vary from State to State in Northern Italy, for example, that is a very expensive sleep in cheapest camping in these countries there is no problem to find online prices and make more or less calculation.

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#292 Posted : Tuesday, January 10, 2012 12:17:38 PM(UTC)
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I'm looking for information about a course of three days in the French Alps.

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#293 Posted : Tuesday, January 10, 2012 7:01:01 PM(UTC)
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Depending on what city are settled. There are inspoff tracks. I know in the area.

The following questions are relevant to any track on what date? Will be all three days or every night back to the hotel? Are you content every night to sleep in rafiog or in orbit if staying outside the tent to how high you want to go? What is your fitness If you go with the gear on the back – do you have the equipment meet? Whether you are planning for may on icebergs  (Requires knowledge, experience, fitness, equipment and Guide)

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#294 Posted : Wednesday, January 11, 2012 1:11:05 AM(UTC)
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We are two mothers and two members of the command. Intermediate + fitness. -Exit towards the end of June.

The direction is 2 nights in hostel territory.

Do not walk on glaciers, nothing extreme.

Departure from Chamonix. Directions to land in Jamaica.

Thank you

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#295 Posted : Wednesday, January 11, 2012 1:46:28 AM(UTC)
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The Trek will take place with a backpack on the back gear and of course is on track, is it possible that include beautiful lakes observations?
As mentioned we are travellers and families reside.
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#296 Posted : Wednesday, January 11, 2012 8:28:26 AM(UTC)
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You can go a few days on the GR5 is going (in this area) from Lake Geneva to Chamonix-it should be "gentle" route.
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#297 Posted : Wednesday, January 11, 2012 2:06:44 PM(UTC)
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I suggest not to sleep, thus adds a weight of water + food + tent + mattress + sleeping + cooking equipment. It's quite a bit of weight in the Alps to 13. Don't recommend to get overweight and stuck with blisters, tendons, and muscle fatigue that compromise.

All the pleasure of these routes is to sleep in hostels and more willing to acknowledge and not sleep alone.

There are plenty of hostels, although not cheap, about 40 euros per night including dinner and breakfast per person. I recommend.

There are plenty of tracks in the area that I can answer your show and even a lot of runs, and limits the time of 3 days need to find routes for trains to and not to waste time on.

I'll check my maps about some observations of lakes, however.

I suggest you build a track with cable will cost you up and start to climb within 1,500 meters of altitude. Aim to get to the top then go. This will give you another beautiful way sections and half day on her top. Don't think this short btiol get big physical efforts, keep it longer than a week trip in the future.

At the end of June you can fall on closed passages or require some walking gear because the snow melted yet, you know only at the beginning of the season.

Do you have a longer flight times, landing and takeoff? In order to plan getting to Chamonix.

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#298 Posted : Thursday, January 12, 2012 1:26:46 AM(UTC)
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Where can I get information where entering orbit Where exit points? Lena

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#299 Posted : Thursday, January 12, 2012 8:42:25 AM(UTC)
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If you want information in Hebrew-Marcus took several routes in Europe called "mountain air" school is no longer the new way is not something (I wouldn't go by-they're a story describing a track), but it will give you a general idea of the track-access and exit points from, villages, nature and global interest + personal stories.
One of the school's section of the GR5-Geneva area.

More information on the British publishing house publishes many books Cicerone on routes in the Alps, most books have preview one or another company's website and also on google books. Lonely Planet to a series of walking and even books on.

If you look at French tourism bureaus and I believe there are quite a few books in French (that I can't help you).
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#300 Posted : Thursday, January 12, 2012 5:16:13 PM(UTC)
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And again when landing/take off/hour and day.
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