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#81 Posted : Thursday, July 15, 2010 11:45:44 AM(UTC)
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Hi there,

My friend and I (both 23) we go to the Dolomites around September. The goal is not too difficult Trek, around 4-5 days, and then 2 days in Verona (with an option for a train to Venice).
Did some research in the Internet and especially in the Forum. We got a lot of great information very exhaustive, but I do have some information gaps I'd like if someone could help them:)

Overall I'm impressed that the Drei Zinnen can match.
A friend of mine fit great trips, I'm afraid a bit less (changeable iniscus). Understand the messages here it's not especially difficult Trek should take 3-4 days. Is that correct? You can walk without fear?
Also, the plan was to go on Sukkot, but realized the season really ends in the third week of September. How is it true critical? (Sukkot coming on the 22nd of September).

About AV1-from what I saw it is a trek of eight days or so. Can only do part of it? Say, 4-5 days? What if some recommended?
And again-her ask about degree of difficulty. I'm standing up Calgary, but I realized there are ups and I'm a little afraid. I would love to compare trail difficulty facing Israel, fishing.

Besides, any opinion/experiences/recommendations will be accepted. Other ideas too, not too difficult trekking Dolomites, or even if someone jumps somewhere else that is ideal for our cause and for this time of year we are locked.


Many thanks and nice weekend!
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#82 Posted : Thursday, July 15, 2010 3:56:28 PM(UTC)
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Check online or call to verify that no arpiogis closed on 15 September and because weather is fickle.
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#83 Posted : Thursday, July 15, 2010 11:37:15 PM(UTC)
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Walking sticks are good consider very effort, downs and UPS levels.
We strongly recommend that the medial meniscus of volatile
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#84 Posted : Friday, July 16, 2010 3:28:21 PM(UTC)
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Thanks a lot!
Indeed recommended walking sticks, I figured you can buy them around instead of carrying around with them.
Can someone give חו"ד about the programs themselves?

Thank you and nice weekend!
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#85 Posted : Sunday, July 18, 2010 3:19:43 PM(UTC)
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Don't trust when buying, do not always find a store, not always be open when you remember that the rods cannot take in hand walking onto the plane but in the trunk.
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#86 Posted : Sunday, July 18, 2010 4:51:17 PM(UTC)
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We are three brothers who want to do a trek in Northern Italy 5-9 days, minimum costs.

What do you think the best Trek season expectations?

Is it possible to make the Mont Blanc only tent or sleep in rafiog must have?

Also in the Dolomites?

Thanks to everyone

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#87 Posted : Sunday, July 18, 2010 6:44:30 PM(UTC)
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Typically in parikam in Italy have serious limitations on sleep in a tent, called the site of Booyah Alta 1.

Answer = no later than late August early September.

Italy happens always.

A venblan can do in these same restrictions like in Italy, should check and ask.

-Minimum cost is always the pilgrims in Spain-is 5 euro per night, cheap eats, just flying. There, there, there, there's ups and downs,.

You can also make some for the French, you can sleep in tents, of course, fun. Accommodation in hostels there is 10-12 euros per person and allow to cook instead, saving you equipment.

Camping = to carry another 3-4 kg of tent that, mattresses, potty, gasia, סכו"ם.

Not worth the savings. The flight, transportation, purchasing food form the lion's share of the expense. Another dozen euro for yourself and enjoy. Completely insignificant.

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#88 Posted : Sunday, July 18, 2010 7:08:25 PM(UTC)
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About Mont Blanc you know where can I find the rules may tents etc?

Thanks so much for your help

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#89 Posted : Sunday, July 18, 2010 9:26:03 PM(UTC)
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#90 Posted : Monday, July 19, 2010 12:24:36 AM(UTC)
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Thank you
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#91 Posted : Monday, July 19, 2010 2:18:22 AM(UTC)
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Drei Zinnen great ring route rather than hard.
It is highly recommended for a 4-day trip in September.
Also the North Passo Falzarego to AV1 suitable for 4 days.
Both the keyboard and not suitable for couples

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#92 Posted : Wednesday, July 21, 2010 2:22:58 AM(UTC)
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Thanks a lot!
You say that early September it's time? I realized about Sukkot too late.
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#93 Posted : Saturday, August 14, 2010 11:51:12 PM(UTC)
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Hello to all Forum members.

I remembered a little later I got freedom (student) and am now looking for a short Trek of 5-6 days in Europe in early-mid-October after Sukkot.
I understand all the trekking in the Alps (Haute Route looked on AV1 or 2) are too long and it's not October.

Anyone have any idea of the answer to the requirements?

Thanks in advance.

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Great forum, the information here is great. Arieltm 40404.8691087963
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#94 Posted : Sunday, August 15, 2010 11:11:36 AM(UTC)
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Check on the Internet about the Apennines in Italy, the southern part under the height of 1,500.

Ditto the southern part of the high Pyrenees.

Some difficulty?

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#95 Posted : Sunday, August 15, 2010 12:38:08 PM(UTC)
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Thank you very much.
Both look interesting.
I'm pretty new in this area, maybe you know any sites that tracks information centers of this kind?
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#96 Posted : Sunday, August 15, 2010 12:56:38 PM(UTC)
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There is a lot of information and a lot of sites, Google is what needs to be done, even as we knowledge do.

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#97 Posted : Sunday, August 15, 2010 10:37:34 PM(UTC)
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We were in this season except for one little Blizzard was great. South Spain, Sierra Nevada area can be successful. But the classic October is Turkey. 6 days can make it to one of the St. John.

(Pyrenees and Saint John — a wealth of information here on the Forum the rest as Google available and travel website can be found through stories, at least as a starting point). זמי1 40405.9381597222
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#98 Posted : Monday, August 16, 2010 3:00:52 AM(UTC)
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Long routes shortens depending on access roads and transportation from there.
You should test and five days of travel is certainly possible.
Check you out and short enough for a bus that probably goes there at least once a day.
More interesting areas of nature reserves.
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#99 Posted : Tuesday, August 17, 2010 4:49:32 PM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone
We are a pair of fifty, with experience of hiking and standard day itineraries abroad this year hiked a little Dolomites, and realized that we want to experience the real word "Trek of several days, from Hut to hut, and forth.
We're looking for a few days (or part of), relatively easy to sleep in the huts, hostels, etc., between May and September. I'd love suggestions, references, etc.
Thanks moves
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#100 Posted : Wednesday, August 18, 2010 1:39:01 PM(UTC)
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The Pilgrim trail to Santiago de Compostelle in France and Spain, TMB, GR12, venblan.

The easiest part of the pilgrims.

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