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#321 Posted : Sunday, March 4, 2012 12:20:32 AM(UTC)
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GR April 7 would be great because it allows you to sleep in and still interesting and if unable to rise to peaks of 3000 a day is not uncommon in April. I also wrote another post and look for the old thread because I see that interesting.
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#322 Posted : Saturday, April 21, 2012 10:15:10 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

I would like to receive recommendations from the forum for a long trek through Europe (weeks/three) you could start in mid-September without concern for changeable weather.
Last October I traveled in Nepal («EBC) and a year before at TMB. I want back in track with cabanas so there is no need to carry a tent/food/each.
Interested in AV2 but apparently it's a gamble weather terms too (correct me if I'm wrong). Ditto the GR20. Seen here recommendations for pilgrims, and I call.
I'd love to hear more ideas and recommended trails. I have no problem to take East Slovenia, Croatia,-Greece. All except Turkey.

Thanks in advance
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#323 Posted : Sunday, April 22, 2012 9:53:15 AM(UTC)
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Mid-September out problematic for three weeks in Europe.
Most of the huts are closed during the third week of September.
Actually the weather not a problem because until mid-October is perfect for hiking.
The only problem is that at the end of September the days grow shorter and the nights turn cold.
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#324 Posted : Sunday, April 22, 2012 9:01:01 PM(UTC)
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As always, the pilgrims in France or Spain. Best-don't need a tent, and a mattress.
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#325 Posted : Wednesday, May 2, 2012 10:01:22 AM(UTC)
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זמי1,
We can advise you on track as you wrote in 6.9
We prefer a departure from Chamonix or Annecy area can lower?
Also, if a circular
We depart 17.7 to 10.6
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#326 Posted : Wednesday, May 2, 2012 3:22:50 PM(UTC)
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Still 3 days gross? On the same terms as f-
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#327 Posted : Thursday, May 3, 2012 1:43:19 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = miryar], זמי1
We can advise you on track as you wrote in 6.9
We prefer a departure from Chamonix or Annecy area can lower?
Also, if a circular
We depart 17.7 to 10.6
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Annecy is a city of great Lake.

But it's not an area of.

There is a friendly guide to this area and maybe help you assemble.

Http://www.cicerone.co.uk/product/detail.cfm/book/411/title/walking-in-the-haute-savoie-south

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#328 Posted : Friday, May 4, 2012 2:58:38 AM(UTC)
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Thanks, great book.
Does it have a track that is more beautiful than anyone you know
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#329 Posted : Friday, May 4, 2012 12:42:36 PM(UTC)
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Not done hiking trips in the Annecy but search several tracks that go up in the mountains surrounding the Lake in my opinion the views from there are memorable.

Muncie dating every 20-30 minutes, which makes sailing ship in peripherals It is also used for tourists, but also as a means of transport for villagers around the Lake and anchored for 2-3 minutes to descend and ascend. If one of the exits from the village that I highly recommend to get to the trailhead for this ship to combine walking with a cruise on the Lake. Pleasure.

Example (look at the pictures)

Http://www.sblanchard.us/2007France/walk_11.htm

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#330 Posted : Thursday, May 17, 2012 8:09:52 PM(UTC)
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Hello! I want to leave in August to Tour Italy to Switzerland through the Alps, searched all kinds of sites but could not find a matching route for my trip. Does anyone know the track. Or recommending another route in the area! Thanks, Daniel.
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#331 Posted : Thursday, May 17, 2012 10:40:50 PM(UTC)
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Hello Daniel

Don't write how long have you had, what level of difficulty that you built it, are you going to sleep in cabins, etc.
As you add details that can help you.

In the meantime, take a look at the Walker's Haute Route. He might be right for you.
I highly recommend the blogis of amber that describes her experiences in her wonderfully off the trail and does want to drop everything and go.
She also slips here (io_travel) and I'm sure she'd love to elaborate more if you need.

Jonathan
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#332 Posted : Friday, May 18, 2012 9:48:42 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = ylivny] Hello Daniel

In the meantime, take a look at the Walker's Haute Route. He could have
Jonathan

Indeed a great track by the descriptions and the book of CICRONE.
I was doing that summer in July:
Find a partner
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#333 Posted : Friday, May 18, 2012 2:43:53 PM(UTC)
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If you insist on Italy-Switzerland (the Walker's Haute Route is France-Switzerland) then look for variations of the Via Alpina:

Here you can put together your own itinerary based on the variations of the via.

Here you can read about Austria to Italy a variation.

To Cicerone books on-Tour routes of Monte Rosa, Tour of the Matterhorn and of course the TMB-the first two are Switzerland to Italy but ring between harsh and require experience in crossing glaciers, the TMB may combine France too, but you'll find a lot of information here on the Forum.
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#334 Posted : Saturday, May 19, 2012 9:33:21 PM(UTC)
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Hello,
First time I went here in the Forum, I looked here and there in Europe website.
I'm very new in the field, I want to ask and ask.

I'd be happy if someone would give me an offer for Europe in the area of 4-5 days (to France, Spain, Italy-places available).
I'm going with two friends (we all serve in the army), so the entire trip estimated to be in the zone 7-8 days (taking into account the time from the airport to the track, and the way back), will tour around the beginning of August.
It is important to note that we have no experience in trekking (גדנ"ע in school trips where citrano.)
Would love to turn me into a link that explains everything, or someone writes here.
I understand you lunch eat rafiog?
Israel will sell books on specific routes? Even relatively short-

Sorry if I'm doing a salad, I'm new and I have to do to organize every trip in August.

Thank you.
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#335 Posted : Saturday, May 19, 2012 11:06:44 PM(UTC)
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Always has to start sometime, so welcome.
You are welcome to visit the post on the Alta via route 1 in Dolomites
Your time frame is suitable for the northern part of the track.
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#336 Posted : Sunday, May 20, 2012 2:04:55 AM(UTC)
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Read, sounds worth track (even though I was on a trip in the North of Italy, I guess this completely different erogenous zones).
Still have questions:
1. I looked at several sites, and says that 150 miles off course and 125 as written in this article here (for example here: http://www.walkopedia.ne...kiloc/view.do?id=2040689 = 6 and WalkID)
2. on WIKILOC origin and destination differ from the article here. I'd appreciate it if you can.
3. read along the route VIA FERRATA parts have, not just in the final part. Then how it works Is all this part by part does not require a risk like via privatization?

Thank you very much.
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#337 Posted : Sunday, May 20, 2012 4:50:03 AM(UTC)
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It is a little confusing but there are two tracks called Alta Via 1
One that goes in the Aosta Valley in North-West Italy and one that runs in the Dolomites in northeastern Italy.
We talk on the Alta via 1 passes in the Dolomites.
Over the full course is 150 km but can do along some shortcuts so that the length can be reduced to 125 miles away.
Along the route there are only via one parata significantly and is at the end of the runway.
Who has no security, just bypass it equipment and cut straight to the finish point.
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#338 Posted : Monday, May 21, 2012 11:21:26 PM(UTC)
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Hello, tilapia

I would appreciate if you can suggest an alternative option for this route, some other style.
We thought maybe a walk in the black forest that includes towns (only on foot without a car).
This was mainly because I think bdolomits looks the same (I would have put on a tour, I saw and enjoyed).

Do you have a suggested itinerary in the same principle (the old) elsewhere? Yet in Europe, still 10 days or less.

Thank you.
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#339 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2012 2:11:00 AM(UTC)
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Of course the pilgrims in French or Spanish part would suit those who do not.

Offers you 7 days in France and another two days to reach and return. About 180 km.

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#340 Posted : Tuesday, May 22, 2012 7:50:53 PM(UTC)
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I assume you mean for Camino de Santiago?
If so, your proposal is only part of the track, right?

I heard that doing it in 30 days.
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