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#1 Posted : Saturday, October 9, 2010 4:31:58 PM(UTC)
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Description General

The via Alpina (via alpine) is a network of trails throughout the Alps – Slovenia to Monaco – bound to five trails feature by colors (red, yellow, blue, green and purple).

Last September we went off-road section along the yellow and red in between the main ranges Otztaler (Austria), Ortler (Italy) and Bernina (Switzerland-Italy) this section of the trail ranges in Northern Italy in the provinces of South Tyrol and Lombardy.

Getting there & away / Htniidot

ל Otztaler alpen You can arrive Innsbruck.

ל Ortler Can be reached from Bolzano via Val Venosta Or can the way Valtallena .

ל Bernina You can get set. Moritz in Switzerland or in Italy can/kiabana.

We flew back from Milan and so the first day we arrived in Innsbruck by train via Verona (Verona two hours plus 3 to Innsbruck) and finished in kiabana (hours train to Milan via Lake Como).

Season recommended
As Grand Central travel season is from mid-July to late August but can travel from mid-June (mountain crossings may be snowy mountains) until mid-September (we hiked up to the end of September and in the last week and a half, bad weather forced us to change plans.)  

משך / Difficulty
The plan was for him to via Alpina route except certain area shortcut Valdidentro Certain sections of the walk's valleys can be shorten by bus/train total: spokesman

  1. Otztaler -5-7 days from Landeck עד Naturno (Depending on whether the bus going short at the Pitztal and descent from Karthaus to Naturno), including two tough mountain passes (2900 and 3000 haughty)
  2. Ortler 3-6 days from Naturno עד Poschiavo (Here you can shorten by train in Val Venosta and from Sfarzu to Poschiavo) including two mountain passes.
  3. Bernina 5-6 days from Poschiavo עד Isola או Page of Madesimo (You can shorten by bus between to Juf Innerferrea) includes four mountain passes.

This doesn't take into account excursions in the valleys (recommended especially in Val Venosta over the Engadin ) and days of rest.

We hiked for about three and a half weeks due to weather difficulties had to cede several sections around the Bernina .

Food/ Water
All foot end/pass through populated villages (2 sections ending in mountain huts) so that no stage experience had to carry food for more than two days and could be pampered both in cooking and in pizzerias kindness along the way.

You can find water in abundance, just think to take some neighbor anhalim purification tablets through grazing and therefore may be contaminated.

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We hiked with a tent – because we all love and of course cost considerations, especially in campsites are arranged but occasional space bar (not in Switzerland and in nature reserves where it is illegal) Italian roadside villages can be found Bed & Breakfast Good at reasonable prices (around 50 euros per night per couple).

Only 2 walking segments end-mountain the Similaunhutte 3000 m-high spectacular within Italy and Austria Zoia Refugi-Campo Moro Valley heights Valmalenco in Italy to cabins to reserve in advance, you can access the day before to the nearest Tourist Office to book for you (they do so gladly).

    
Travel guide
אחד The wonders of the via Alpina (see link below) is the option to build a trail guide by selecting sections we simply removed the sections of them planned to go and had a copy these guides for help but suffer from flaws (opening dates are incorrect, incorrect prices, poor evaluation of sections, lack of uniformity in the level descriptions sections) but are effective and reliable trail guide.


Orientation
Alpine trails marks does not disappoint, especially the Swiss system the envy of plenty that strict ilotia. While trail not covered in snow – the likelihood of zero screw. The snowy parts require a bit more carefully, but they tend to be marked in this special weather highlights and you can proceed to check out.

Maps can be found at any kiosk/bookshop/shop the Swiss maps (Carta Nazionale della Svizzera ) substantial prtanotan but more expensive (about 20 euro 13 Frank-map) the Austrian maps (available also in Italy) Rooms The cost is approximately 6-7 euros to map all maps in scale 1:50000.

Costs  
Costs vary considerably among States when Switzerland considerably more expensive (especially transport) while Italy is cheaper.

The following rates are averages, and constitute a gross picture of costs Slated :

  1. Bread – euro.
  2. Pizza restaurant – 5-7 euros in Italy, 9-13 euros in Switzerland.
  3. Mountain accommodation – 21 euros.
  4. Accommodation in camping tent for 15 euros camping (2 stars = Bullseye services, showers), 25 euros per camping good (4 stars = laundry room, pool, separate showers for humans and dogs ...)
  5. Hour drive by bus – 3 euro in Italy, 10 euros in Switzerland.
  6. Double room b Bed & Breakfast – 50-60 euros per couple.

Additional links

Via Alpina website indicated. Http://www.via-alpina.org /

Trains in Italy – http://www.ferroviedellostato.it/homepage_en.html

Rail transport in Austria – http://fahrplan.oebb.at/bin/query.exe/en

Hiking trip
For convenience the divide for three sections according major ridges of.

  1. Otztaler alpen :
    • Start – cable car Venetbahn Arising from Landeck (Half an hour by train from Innsbruck)
  • Day 1 – the cable car station to the Summit Glanderspitze (300 m, an hour and a half, views) and 1600 m descent to the village name. Wenns .
  • Day 2 – walking along the bike path in the Valley. Pitztal עד Mittelberg At the end of the Valley (800 m, 14 km, bus can be too short then you can rise to Braunschweiger that day and to shorten the next day.
  • Day 3 – a steep mountain cabin Braunschweiger and from there to the mountain pass Pitztaler joch (1200 m ascent of the 1000 to cabin views to Wildspitze on variety of krhonio, not the troublesome weather) there long, drop back to snow Zwieselstein (can and should be cut to the country Directly at the bottom of the Valley, possibly from the ski resort at Rettenbachfern shortly after the mountain last bus-1630 or cable station Mittelstation – open only in winter).
  • At this point you can and should take a day of rest in Directly
  • Day 4: Zweiselstein (10 min by bus from often Directly) Vent Above the Valley. Venetertal Through the ski resort Tiefenbachfern (1100 m, 900 m), you can also with bus.
  • Day 5 – a spectacular walk from the village. Vent Until a Martin Busch (700 m rise on jeeps, mountain views Similaun) and from there a steep to Similaunhutte 3019 m altitude in the mountains. Niederjoch Austria Italy border (600 m, a little further away, a short Austrian receives through the glacier though I would recommend those who have not experienced this type of gait). The mountains you can already see the ridge. Ortler .
  • Day 6 – another spectacular day lodge drop Similaunhutte The Lake Vernagt (1300 m) and villages walk through the Valley Schnalstal Up to the village. Karthaus , מ Karthaus You can descend to Naturno On the bus or to walk more.
  • Day 7: Karthaus The trail descends and ascends (400 m, 300 immigration) village Kathrinaberg And light ramp up to the cable car station Unterstell מעל Naturno In the Valley Val Venosta .



  • At this point the yellow trail, separate and connect to red top Val Venosta ,

    We saved time at this time for rest and excursions from the village. Plaus Next Naturno .

    Braunschweiger cabin mountain Pitztaler joch crossing

    Niederjoch

    1. Ortler :
      • Start- the yellow goes at the end of the Valley through the village of Stilfs , Stilfs can be reached from Naturno or by train to Spondiga (45 minutes) and from there Bus (half an hour) or easy days in a valley along the bike path that moves on the River (one of Naturno to Laas and addition to Prato and then rising from the Valley about 400 m to Stilfs ), anyway it is recommended to take the bus for a day trip on the Lake Reschensee (with the sunken church spire jutting out of the water) at the end of the Valley on the border with Austria.
      • Day 1 (or 3): Stilfs The trail rises at the beginning as soon as jeep mountain trail and connects the road carved into the military during the first World War when the area was a battleground between Italy and Austria to ski the mountain pass Stilfserjoch (Total 1400 m ascent, the views from guest Prader Alm in height to the rather ugly after the breathtaking trail) in several hotels and mountain hut (Dreispachenspitze hutte).
      • Day 2 (or 4) – on this day pass from the German-speaking South Tyrol and the province of Lombardy Italian spokesman of the mountain pass, the trail descends and ascends again to switch Broccheta di Forcola (300 m descent increased) and then a long descent to the Lake. Cancano A magnificent lake, the trail continues as 11 km on paved road to the village. Arnoga We have chosen to cut to Isolaccia In the Valley. Valddidentro that are directly under the road (600 m long and steep) and from there we caught the first bus the next morning to Arnoga.
  • Day 3 (or 5) – here we a little trail, via Alpina red continues South to Tirano And then to Poschiavo Switzerland (4 days to Tirano, another day to Poschiavo). we from Arnoga Up the Valley. Val Viola And we went on the other side of the Valley Val di Camp On with the charming scenic Ridge Bernina The first in Switzerland to Sfarzu At the end of the Valley (700 m, 900), Sfarzu You can continue to Poschiavo On the bus or on the day of the walk (300 m, 900 m).



  • מ Val di Camp Already connect to cable cars and trains Disneyland of the valleys Bernina In Switzerland.

    Here, too, took two days to rest and excursions in the Valley. Poschiavo The beautiful

    Should be made to the Ortler, Stlifserjoch

    Lake Cancano

    1. Bernina :
      • At this point a snowstorm forced us to give up multiple sections that had been snow-covered mountains that refused to be evacuated, nevertheless describe the track as planned.
      • Day 1: Poschiavo , the trail climbs through the village of Selva and then steeply for the mountain pass Pass da Cancian (1500 m, move to Italy) and there's an increase to 150 m Passo di Campagneda 2626 height, crossing the mountains for descending to the Lake Campo Moro (700 m) and mountain hut Refugi Zoia. Alternatively you can also skip some rise by train from Poschiavo to Cavaglia, an increase to Pass da Canfinal (900 m ascent) from where you can descend along Lake Gera Lake Campo Moro is located across The dam or keep Refugi Bignami hut located above the Lake.
  • Day 2 – the trail continues above the Valley. Valmalenco Through Boccheta de Torno (300 m 500 m ascent, descent) and then descends through the Lake. Palu The southern slopes of the Ridge Bernina Up to the village. Chiareggio (600 m descent) for excursions in mountain glaciers Disgrazia .
  • Day 3 – for increases from Chiareggio For the mountain pass Passo del Muretto (900 m ascent) on the border with Switzerland and is built into the cable and Disney World tourists of the Engadin and magnificent village Maloja in the Valley on the descent into the Valley Bregall.
  • It is recommended to take advantage of Maloja As a base for excursions in the Valley. The Engadin (Especially recommended for the Valley of Roseg crossing Surlej Furcola with views to Piz Bernina on loot krhonio from which a cable car back down to the Valley).
  • Day 4: Maloja The trail climbs steeply above the Valley crossing Lunghin (800 m rise with views to the mountain range , a luxurious South) which is a triple watershed, from which descends the trail along the ridge to pass Septimer And transition Forcelinna (350 m descent increased) and the steep mtmthent at the end of the village Juf (500 m), which at a height of 2126 is the highest village in Europe inhabited all year long from Juf You can continue to the village. Innerfererra A day in the Valley walk (700 m) or frequent bus anyway rather limited accommodation options, both in Juf And Innerfererra So you can already get on with the bus to Andeer At the end of the Valley where the supply is more varied (you can go back to Innerfererra by bus the next morning).
  • Day 5 (or 6): Innerfererra Great Jeep Trail experience Niemet And continues the mountain trail to the mountain pass Niemet (900 m, Switzerland Italy frontier) and down to the Lake. Emet Beautiful mountain cabin Bertacchi At this point you can go to the ski village Page of Madesimo (600 m downhill from the cabin) or continue along a mountainside Stuetta And down to the village. Isola (900 m)



  • הן מ Page of Madesimo And from Isola Frequent buses to the city of kiabana (an hour away) to connect to the train to Lake Como and Milan if left more time for day trips from the Valley kiabana Bregall In Switzerland (one bus per hour).

    Maloja:

    After the snow Lake Emet.


    Spectacular, well-marked trails carefully offering infinite possibilities, the tour arrives each village and great for pizzas.

    Nothing like the Alps.


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    #2 Posted : Saturday, October 9, 2010 6:56:18 PM(UTC)
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    Sounds great, what equipment you nshatam , Weights. What with crampons, ice hammer. Hot clothing

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    #3 Posted : Saturday, October 9, 2010 7:35:27 PM(UTC)
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    Just amazing!

    Well done on all the details

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    #4 Posted : Saturday, October 9, 2010 8:31:04 PM(UTC)
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    Great!
    Thanks for the details and images.
    Add to the list.
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    #5 Posted : Sunday, October 10, 2010 9:42:14 AM(UTC)
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    Wow. Thank you for your post.
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    #6 Posted : Sunday, October 10, 2010 10:00:24 PM(UTC)
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    Thanks for the comments

    About the same equipment carried:

    The sooner we admit travellers (after three days of practice to weight of the case) but can be completely described with track day files NIS. Even as someone who prefers to cook his own food happened to you can over two days.

    I traveled with about 20 pounds of equipment including:

    Lowe Alpine Alpamayo case-80 + volume 30 (I think)

    Tunnel tent Ferrino-LiteTent2 dormitories-3 weighs little, not bad weather (rain, snow, Kal case) but a little crowded and quite a complex construction.

    The km Mountain-excellent Hardware-basal Lamina

    Inflatable mattress of Therma Rest-pampering night annoying fold ...

    Capillary gseet spider is breaking up (can't remember the name of the model and manufacturer) + 2 balloons at any given time

    Tatonka surface pot (the best I've seen, 1.5-2 litres, which breaks down to cover the pan.)

    Mont Blanc walking sticks of Gabel (poor quality, have broken 4 times in 3 years I've traveled with them)

    Clothing (beyond the normal clothing).

    GoreTex jacket of superb Mountain-As in the rain/wind

    Thick fleece jacket (military border.)

    Thermal thin tank top North face-excellent years, serve me faithfully

    storm wear pants

    Lowe Alpine's gloves + mitts cover from GoreTex (essential for a little damp glove stop heat)

    Zamberland's shoes rise-although some are starting to crumble.

    Keep (my friend) traveled with about 13 pounds of equipment including:

    Gregory Deva in case volume 60 liter

    The km Mountain Hardware-basal Lamina

    Inflatable mattress of Therma Rest

    Gabel's walking sticks a little more quality model (can't remember the name) but also with a history of defects

    Clothing (beyond the normal clothing).

    GoreTex jacket of Berghaus

    Lowe Alpine's fleece jacket

    Thermal thin tank top Kraft

    storm wear pants

    Lowe Alpine's gloves + mitts cover from GoreTex

    Asolo's shoes (leather)

    This is in terms of equipment.

    Not cetiideno especially for walking in the snow and therefore a significant movement restricted after one serious storm.

    About walking on glaciers is not a skill you've certainly tried most of it in the past and therefore avoided in the last tour.

    Save and tent, mattress, sticks and bags (trip to Norway last summer))

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    #7 Posted : Friday, October 15, 2010 5:49:18 AM(UTC)
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    Beautiful pictures and a story way. Thank you!
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    #8 Posted : Saturday, October 16, 2010 1:02:38 PM(UTC)
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    Their site just fine, and Guy RAPS from him all of the maps, and sew to each file paths.
    I also sometime (maybe), put in the positions of all the cabins and other information.

    So go ahead anddownload and peek
    Amtrak  
    #9 Posted : Wednesday, January 19, 2011 12:50:01 PM(UTC)
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    No way, but with some maps and images, but it might be interesting.
    If anyone wants to buy, I'd love to borrow and read.

    Http://www.hikingtripreports.com/2011/01/13/via-alpina-hike/

    By the way, if someone is too lazy to download the KMZ I made then on via Alpina, he invited just to see all the tracks here.

    The link to the map fixedOn40562.4365393519
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    #10 Posted : Thursday, April 5, 2012 1:53:36 PM(UTC)
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    Hello everyone,

    Last summer I did three weeks ago on the via Alpina red, from the border of Austria-Slovenia-Italy until around Innsbruck.

    Plan (August or September) to make it a two-week itinerary from Trieste (Italy), via Slovenia to point her out last year.

    Would love to find partners and all relevant information you can contribute.

    Thanks and happy.

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    #11 Posted : Thursday, April 5, 2012 4:15:26 PM(UTC)
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    We will be happy to get a description of what you did last summer. Maps, photos, description of way

    Partners offers published in the Forum search.

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    #12 Posted : Thursday, April 5, 2012 8:55:49 PM(UTC)
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    Thanks Ma. In the coming days publish a description of the path I did.

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    #13 Posted : Thursday, April 5, 2012 11:16:38 PM(UTC)
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    Look forward to a description of the track.

    I might travel to Slovenia this summer.
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    #14 Posted : Sunday, April 15, 2012 9:51:46 PM(UTC)
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    Ma's request,

    Last August I did 20 pieces for three weeks the Red of ה"ויה Alpina.

    Landed in Vienna, and moved the train to the city named VILLACH . Because the trail runs in big cities, not the 10 days clearance document in the first (two maps). The city was a great library, and in retrospect I didn't get all the maps. Different types of maps can be obtained at many places along the trail, but for the most part these were maps 1:25, 000 – and of co-payments (6-8 per map) spent a lot of money relative to this section. It should be noted that when I had access to the Internet have always lists the sections in the website of via Alpina (http://www.via-red alpina.org/en/page/237/the-trail). I personally conservative regarding map, but who has no problem – just print out the map and get on the field. The information was vital for the Internet was in some places on the trail can obtain food – and I don't recall a case in which the wrong site.

    מ- VILLACH I took the bus to Th?rl-Maglern A tiny village on the border between Austria and Italy, and a few kilometres from the Slovenian border, this point starts a section 16 of the Red started walking from there on the path towards the North.

    The 10-12 days (depending on baud rate) are a type of Trek. Via Alpina connected to all that time for several 404, which runs along the entire length of the Ridge krinis. These were my first days in the Alps, and this track everything. The trail was marked with the highest level, breathtaking views, and the only thing that surprised me was the first few days not even met trekking.

    After a few days in the ski town NASSFELD Already reached the area much more popular the Ridge approaching higher peaks there. and half of the route was one of the very finest I went when shashbil goes sometimes days on high altitude, and, especially towards the Dolomites Italian side of the border.

    After 10 to 12 days the krinis end-town called SEXTEN Who is already in South Tyrol (belongs to Italy, though I feel the difference and all along German is the language most popular with the locals).

    From here the rest of the track that had characterized by a lack of uniformity, and included several interludes less interest among others made a few days in the Dolomites, including a small part (I think) of the ALTA VIA 1, באיזור אגם LAGO DI BRALES.

    Further north the trail crosses several relatively small ridges (although high-peaks of over 3000 m) until the rise of the ZILLERTALER ALPENI came up to the number 36, which cross the border back into Italy and Austria between the South of Tyrol.

    Done in the name of Lake Schiegeisspeclcher , From a nearby town, was a bus and then a train to Innsbruck.

    Accommodation: Economic reasons and personal preference, hauling a tent and cooking equipment is filled it should be noted that my bshlosha weeks for just one couple who met carried the tent about the sleep in the tent – I couldn't understand always exactly of the bet, and tanned to sleep inside a tent set up after dark and left early in other regions there doesn't seem to be, but I think it stems from a culture, not up for this option included almost everyone who met with minimal travel (without tent Cooking equipment and km), eating and sleeping in huts along the way-I recommend it warmly to those possible for – because some of walking very difficult days, and should not carry more than 8-9 pounds.

    The path to stay in cabins. Each section begins and ends in the cabin, and there are other cabins inside the sections themselves. The price ranges from 15-20 euros per night for accommodation only. Full Board (including dinner and breakfast) about 35-40 euros. When I slept in huts always allowed me to cook my food out.

    Food: Restaurants in small towns trail passes which was never more than four days before the trail where you could purchase food, carried at nothing much food on the back of the gas was a little more problematic because there are no gas stations, cabins or ski resorts to get forced to deviate from the path and go to town .

    Water Never: a missing I don't know if it can be rainy years less.

    Weather: I had total major good most of the time (except for the crazy thunderstorm that night), but there were several days of rain and cold, of course, to properly equip the high mountains – that is prepared for, snow.

    Who's on the trail. The predominant nationality was: Germans, Austrians and Italians and little else in most cabins I asked told me he had never met.

    Language : The very very basic German mine helped me on several occasions, but overall you can do easily with English.

    Bottom line: It is strongly recommended that strange thing maybe not popular compared to other regions in the Alps is not particularly impressive (have a definitive answer within a few years — intend to eventually complete all the red ...) especially recommend track thousands of rays who seeks a 10-day Trek.

    Some pictures:

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    #15 Posted : Sunday, April 15, 2012 10:28:44 PM(UTC)
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    Thank you very much. Great torrent!

    Possible details about the dining scene.
    1. What's in and what's way stores in?
    2. the cabins also sell groceries or food base?
    3. what price the cabins? Coffee beer.
    4. What is the average weather in day? What night?
    5. If needed, how hard it is to get to town/village?
    6. equipment stores?


    When I dream about one day when I was a millionaire I wouldn't buy luxury cars or House in Miami.
    Enough small village house in picture 9.
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    #16 Posted : Sunday, April 15, 2012 10:29:18 PM(UTC)
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    Great. Many thanks.
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    #17 Posted : Monday, April 16, 2012 12:28:20 AM(UTC)
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    To lick your fingers! Thanks for reporting.

    You can add some information about transportation costs and Trek?
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    #18 Posted : Monday, April 16, 2012 12:54:26 PM(UTC)
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    BIG LIKE
    Thanks 41015.412962963 io_travel
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    #19 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 12:19:28 PM(UTC)
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    Arthur,

    2 + 1. Shops in villages on the road has everything you need in terms of food. Basically huts don't sell equipment from a grocery store, sells only food. I tried only once when I didn't have enough bread and agreed to sell me but not the intended. They are intended to serve as restaurants. Some may very well have an arrangement of selling sandwiches for lunch. 99% of those mountains there are going without carrying them cooking equipment. Maybe someone else can elaborate on this point-I just didn't need it.

    3. candy I don't know, but I was surprised that the price of coffee and the beer was usually the same price. And it was one of the pleasures of the trail, after a few hours ' walk into this cabin, and stop for a coffee or beer o'clock.

    4. the weather along most of the time was reasonable. But still much more volatile as which. Some days, rain and Sun alternating within minutes. And bright and cold days. But total most days it was hot during the day and cold at night, the high mountains high width.

    5. because that meshed with many cabins, that means you never really disconnected. Always can hitch a ride/bus to the city in the Valley, where, as you can expect from Austria, easy to get to the big city.

    6. this equipment a little harder. In some ski resorts. But besides should be down to towns in the valleys. Me for example, pants and torn down the cable car to aiiraa in 10 minutes at the top of the ridge. And then came back. Felt like a brief history of time. Though quite expensive.

    HarmonicWave

    About transportation costs I stated came from Vienna. But there was also through Milan, Venice or even Ljubljana or Munich. They all think the same or less distance from where I started.

    Austria's public transport is expensive. The train from Vienna to VILLACH had more than 40 euros. And the insburk back to Vienna more than 50. It seems to me that mshopshf find cheap European flights can save time and money.

    Last point. I went over what I wrote, and I think a little misled by writing I'm surprised not more popular trail. Well, the intention was that he was not a popaleri for long, as I did. In terms of segments, some days I think I saw hundreds and thousands.

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    #20 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 1:00:24 PM(UTC)
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    Regarding article 5-UM, I'm not so understand the connection between the huts to ride or bus to get to the village.
    Most of the huts I saw were just planted in the middle of the mountain, and the only way to get to it either on foot or by helicopter.
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