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#21 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 3:39:25 PM(UTC)
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Section I did most of the cottages could be reached by car.
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#22 Posted : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 3:51:39 PM(UTC)
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Ah.
You back the details ofarthur41017.5360416667
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#23 Posted : Sunday, June 17, 2012 7:39:54 PM(UTC)
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Hello friends,
In a few days I jump to Turin and while there I plan a trip this weekend in the Italian Alps, probably along the Via Alpina Blue Trail. The starting point will probably in Salbertrand (about an hour train ride from Turin) and then continue South.
I found many information about the path, route, etc. in the database:
Alpina.org/en/page/245/the-http://www.via-blue trail
I would love to know if any of you know how and where can I get maps and/or number of the trail, the region, and of course more tips are welcome
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#24 Posted : Sunday, July 15, 2012 7:06:23 PM(UTC)
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Hey,

I'll be in Austria in mid-September after a family trip, I thought I'd do the whole of the VIA ALPINA in the story burbujas

Http://www.hike.co.il/forum_posts.asp?TID=8241&KW=burbujas

Bout, likely at the end of September. (18.09-05.10)
I searched quite a bit and I couldn't figure out how this is feasible. According to the Web site and most of the huts are open until the first week of October, but not all.

Did we get and we move half the time waiting for the weather to get better or you can build upon 10 days trip

Thank you
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#25 Posted : Tuesday, July 17, 2012 12:47:52 PM(UTC)
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I tried to make some green in Switzerland in mid-September last year.
On the second day of the Trek we got Blizzard from a height of 2000 meters and we had to stop the Trek. In this matter of luck.
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#26 Posted : Monday, April 29, 2013 10:53:43 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

We are planning a trip to Germany this fall because the constraints and it must be in the first two weeks of October.
I'm trying to figure out whether a trip to the Bavarian Alps, and specifically in the purple of the Via Alpina, he recommended these dates:
Http://www.via-alpina.org/en/page/248/the-purple trail.
The intention is to leave all the western part of the trail, from East to West, from Oberaudorf to Oberstdorf (or tired).

In terms of accommodation and there is probably no problem, most open in October, apparently because they are at low altitudes (up to 1000 m). But the trail itself passes through higher points, up to 1800-1900 meters.

In short, if anyone has useful information about the weather in that area in October we will be happy to hear.

Our backup program, incidentally, is to go on the Black Forest Westweg should get to Munich and it seems the weather kents. If anyone has other ideas for paths longer than in Germany, so we'd love to hear.

Thanks
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