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#41 Posted : Tuesday, August 25, 2009 8:54:32 PM(UTC)
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As always-the pilgrims of Santiago de Compostelle-Spanish part.

Although you have rain gear but travel in the rain it is not pleasant at all, it is also important if you want to sleep in a tent, walking Hostels/Hotels.

In the mountains most of the crossings are closed, yet the rpiogis are also close. You should search the Web and suluim in southern Italy in the Apennines.

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#42 Posted : Friday, August 28, 2009 7:39:47 PM(UTC)
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Italy sounds a good option. I remember when I traveled there a few years ago in mid-October, around the Alps and the weather was great (but it is also a matter of luck apparently). The Apennines I don't know so I poke a little in that direction. If there is a recommended in the area I'd like.

I have a preference for sleeping in a tent, so there is no limit to the hotel/hostel.

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#43 Posted : Monday, September 14, 2009 1:34:18 PM(UTC)
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Hi to everyone,

I will be on October 10 in Cappadocia, want to stay to travel two weeks somewhere instead in Turkey in terms of weather. Priority to the East.

Someone came out to do this?

Sarah.

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#44 Posted : Monday, September 14, 2009 2:49:31 PM(UTC)
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In the high mountains in the North-East (קצ'קר) it has been borderline, and, if that is possible.
In Central Turkey (Taurus) the St Paul trail at its southern part has no trouble doing and maybe. Antalya port from North towards isperta (Lake e?irdir).
In addition, the Lycian way along the southern shore (also not far from Antalya) that matches this season. This course easier as well.
If you want more specific information about St. Paul-קצ'קר or contact.
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#45 Posted : Tuesday, September 15, 2009 12:48:26 AM(UTC)
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I recommend to go to Kate's site and check on conditions there specific foot in mid-October.

Http://www.lycianway.com/index.html

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#46 Posted : Tuesday, September 15, 2009 1:04:25 AM(UTC)
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Hey

Trek to Turkey in October should go to the Lycian way or for Saint Paul (the southern part close to Antalya). -No longer season and tourists have already fled from Antalya

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#47 Posted : Wednesday, May 5, 2010 9:22:25 PM(UTC)
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Hi I am looking for a summer course between a week to 10 days for hikers. And not expensive.
Thought of the Pyrenees or the Dolomites or olihamon Blanc
Would love to use your experience better than that.
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#48 Posted : Wednesday, May 5, 2010 9:47:29 PM(UTC)
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Mont Blanc will cost you in the region of 50 euros per day. Don't know whether it's expensive or not.

Dolomites mountains will cost slightly less.

Trekking in Pyrenees, will cost you a lot less (but never got a chance to explore Pyrenees. Yet:).)

Everybody, I think, are amazing and hikers.
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#49 Posted : Wednesday, May 5, 2010 10:39:49 PM(UTC)
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A benefactor go mountain and nature will be here rpiogis accommodation or camping on some trails.

Tent =. Rpiogis =. You can build paths either way. What is your budget? Without a flight course. You will need a tent and km course.

Bathing need? Buy food and waste have For ten days I wouldn't skimp or saves and the TMB, 50 euro covers, bed, breakfast and dinner. A iachlopin can carry a tent and mattress, and lnsha kg, and sometimes to save and sleep near the rafiog.

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#50 Posted : Wednesday, May 5, 2010 11:04:28 PM(UTC)
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I recommend part of HRP in the Pyrenees, I wrote about here, the French Park is undoubtedly the most beautiful thing I passed him on the track (I did about half the full) and it will take you 5-7 days you can combine shbsiomo crossed over to Spanish Ordesa Park or climbing on one of the peaks around Gavarnie.
A trip with a tent will cost you 5-10 euros per day (breakfast only), b + 2 cabin meals costing between EUR 25 ל35 (at least in the summer), but you can combine the two to cook but to sleep in a hollow log or sleep in a tent cabin, but to eat. 40303.8539930556 with me
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#51 Posted : Thursday, May 27, 2010 12:16:02 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

I ordered my tickets and company m 2-12/9/2010
It was not clear exactly what is being done there, but prices were so low on easyjet I had buy:).

A search found the route of Mont-Blanc. The problem is that I think we have about 8 days (come on 2/9 night, organizing day, 8 days a trip to Geneva in the last day in the evening).

We have experience hiking medium (4-10 days trekking in South America)

Is there any possibility to do part of the route of the Mont Blanc?
If Yes, which one?

Maybe you have a recommendation on a track or two alternating itineraries 3 days can be great fun as well.

Thank you very much.

Ohad
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#52 Posted : Thursday, May 27, 2010 12:53:36 PM(UTC)
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Sure-go to town against Greece CHEMPE clockwise as you can, go back to Chamonix through the Simplon tunnel, for example, and from there a train to Jamaica.

Or get to Chamonix and then passed to PALUD and walk until CHEMPE and transport to c.

This part of route GR5, long route that begins in the jungle and down South examine FFRP or GR INFO site. I do not know.

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#53 Posted : Saturday, May 29, 2010 12:50:28 PM(UTC)
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About the GR5 book read "mountain air of comforting Marcus, he describes where part of the track (1928-what happened (or anything) to Lake Geneva), I personally don't like his story, but it has interesting stories around and it will give you some idea on the track.
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#54 Posted : Sunday, May 30, 2010 9:08:33 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the help.

Where can I find more information about Mont Blanc?
Is there a good website? (Not really found in Google)

Thank you
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#55 Posted : Sunday, May 30, 2010 10:06:44 PM(UTC)
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Look under TMB

Tour de mont blanc

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#56 Posted : Monday, June 21, 2010 2:43:05 AM(UTC)
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Go to Mont Blanc at the end of August, 10 days.
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#57 Posted : Tuesday, June 22, 2010 8:09:29 PM(UTC)
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Some days in the sprmtharim crossing the French Park and where you should start if you intend to continue then Park Ordesa

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#58 Posted : Thursday, June 24, 2010 9:46:17 AM(UTC)
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The HRP's book, 2009-10-16 days (inclusive), if the recommended time is 12 to 16 days if you plan to cross to want to end at Gavarnie Ordesa (there are 16).

But this route is not easy, every day up and down between 1000 to 1500 m long enough days, especially if you're not in shape.
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#59 Posted : Friday, June 25, 2010 12:45:01 PM(UTC)
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Thank you
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#60 Posted : Monday, June 28, 2010 10:15:14 PM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone!
I am now in Europe for between a week's Trek for two weeks in the Alps or the Pyrenees.
I travel on a budget, looking for a trek that can save as much as possible in a tent-km gas burner cooking etc.
I saw posts on AV2 AV1ו, but from what I understand it is mandatory to sleep in what micr rpiogis all the lot until approximately 600-700 euros.
What is the situation in terms of camping at TMB? The same?
If anyone has other ideas for tracks I would love to hear-I plan to go through seven probably already following, so quick response too:)
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