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#21 Posted : Friday, September 5, 2008 7:01:22 PM(UTC)
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Whether camping ban is valid throughout the Dolomites or reserves?
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#22 Posted : Friday, September 12, 2008 7:12:34 PM(UTC)
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I don't have an answer.
I think all the Dolomites are classified as a nature reserve and therefore unlikely to be sweeping prohibition.
It is possible that this is related to many private owned hostels.
Who sleeps in a tent can also prepare their own livelihood, then how come?

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#23 Posted : Tuesday, June 2, 2009 1:06:38 AM(UTC)
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Hello to tilapia and other travellers

Thanks for all the info and help in advance

Do you track via alta 1 and access for four days and what option-in addition-the end points and the port.

Whether the route matches the average hiker-rather than those who leave.

Looking for a 4-day route in the Dolomites, not everyday hikers hikers but averages

We look forward to the recommendations and the nervous-Avishai ophira

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#24 Posted : Tuesday, June 2, 2009 1:56:37 AM(UTC)
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Suggest you call Amnon-his phone number message on Corsica GR20
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#25 Posted : Saturday, July 25, 2009 4:41:48 PM(UTC)
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Peace and Avishai and ofira was nervous.

Getting to the trailhead and return him to Verona in informed so you have nothing to add.
Also recommended a course of 3-4 days does not require extraordinary fitness
The track is drowned around three kinds of rock machine lists: Drei Zinnen
This route connected to AV1 but is not far away and it's amazing scenery (and rpiogis)
He packed tourists tired in the first part.

For additional information about the message the Drei Zinnen of Rhamnus on page 13 in this thread

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#26 Posted : Saturday, August 8, 2009 9:17:33 PM(UTC)
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Hello, tilapia

More questions aboutDrei Zinnen:

I plan to get double understood to Verona between early 20th minute to 30 this month, August, explore the Dolomites and relax a bit in the city after the journey.

Frequently asked questions:

* How are visiting Verona to the trailhead?

* How to cabins are available? According to what you wrote about the AV1 speaker busiest period. Is there a way to invite the country?

* How do you track? Every day another peak.

* Where can I buy maps?

* What equipment is required?

* What is the level?

Would love any piece of information.

Thanks in advance,

Aya.

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#27 Posted : Thursday, August 13, 2009 8:26:47 PM(UTC)
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It is not easy to get of the Drei Zinnen.
It would be most convenient to rent at Verona Airport or Munich car all the time and then reach the marvelous izorina Lake, which is located east of Cortina and from there to begin the route of the Drei Zinnen.
All the runway is three to four days and he drowned so most comfortable car to be down the road and back to the airport. (If you count the cost of the bus and train other people isn't going to be a big difference from the car, maybe 150 euros because the difference).

Rafiog make reservations the day before or the morning of the same day. The phones have different rpiogis on the Internet. The rafiog provides mattresses and blankets, and you want to get flooded out. Don't need a tent and sleeping bag. Just to bring warm clothing if the weather comes

Always buy maps near the runway. Any store in Lake izorina find topographic maps. It also has maps for sale at rpiogis. Good track level is difficult. She's walking rafiog to rafiog (or to rafiog). Comfortable range and more than three hours. Believe me, if my wife went the route so he completely hard.

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#28 Posted : Wednesday, August 19, 2009 9:53:53 PM(UTC)
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Hello to everyone!

My husband and I are planning a trip in the Dolomites now in the last two weeks of September (hoping to do two or three cabin Chalet trips of 2-4 days each and get some rest in between). Already did most of the opening dates of the cabins and we have to consider this limit.

We are also planning to rent a car, but not all the tracks we thought they round-which leaves the issue of where you should park your car and how to get to the trailhead (or alternatively the console car-surfing the various sites it seems buses stop on March 9! Has anyone here a walk in these areas (especially around Cortina d'Ampezzo) this time of year and can advise on arrival/departure routes?

In describing the track saw the third day AV1 (Fanes to Lagazuoi ripog ripog) rated in difficulty EE-can anyone tell me which parts of this section of the track can be problematic and how?

Are there other restrictions to prepare them in advance?

If anyone knows-I would like to receive information on programs of little difficulty-medium (no audio via ferrate) in the region of Aosta Valley (on the border with France).

Thank you!! 2.

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#29 Posted : Saturday, August 22, 2009 2:04:43 AM(UTC)
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#30 Posted : Sunday, August 23, 2009 1:26:21 AM(UTC)
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Hello, tilapia

Thanks for all the useful information.

I saw the story through AV1 's that can be cut at the 11th day and basically on the 12th day.

Are there other options for connecting to route or exit along? We have 12 days to do the track and we were very happy to do his part. Is possible?

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#31 Posted : Sunday, August 23, 2009 2:47:55 AM(UTC)
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Hello Boooz


In practice it takes to complete the AV1 between 6 and 9 days. 12 day of families are spoiled.
Furthermore, it is possible almost every day to retire the trail and ride, a bus or a taxi to the nearest city where open targets.

I know one who does not know the Dolomites could think trail passes through remote and isolated area, but this is just not the case. Take a map in scale 1:150, 000, and when you see how cross-roads for realizes that reality is much more simple and convenient.

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#32 Posted : Sunday, August 23, 2009 10:40:48 PM(UTC)
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Hello Amnon,

Thanks for your reply about entrance and exit along the AV1 (and now, and in the right place).

Would you recommend in particular a specific segment on AV1, those who cannot do the whole route We have 3-4 days hiking and also the recommendation of the Drei Zinnen but we prefer to go to AV1, even if not entirely.

Thanks in advance

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#33 Posted : Monday, August 24, 2009 7:16:17 AM(UTC)
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Go north from the Lake to the Passo Falzarego Bryce amusement is guaranteed.

If the rate hike is fairly fast so you can get even the amazing Nuvolau rafiog and off the highway.

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#34 Posted : Sunday, February 14, 2010 2:54:57 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the great description, help and tips.

I would like to travel at Passover to Dolomits area.

From the weather perspective-would you recommend To go?

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#35 Posted : Sunday, February 14, 2010 10:04:01 PM(UTC)
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Not sure I understand the question.
Do you want to do for Passover or just visit Dolomites-
Walk for March and April, ski experience requires power.

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#36 Posted : Monday, February 15, 2010 12:09:42 PM(UTC)
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Hi and thanks for the quick response.

I was going to do. My experience is limited to tracks in amateur form Nepal.

Not professionally. What do you think? "Large". Another recommendation for Passover to European routes? (Single traveler).

Thanks again,

Meyer

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#37 Posted : Monday, February 15, 2010 6:11:07 PM(UTC)
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Look, I don't know what your League. If you have the equipment to deal with a Blizzard in temperatures of up to minus 15 and you carry ice axe, rope and krampons shoes then you qualified to do. In total there are cabins open year-round and can plan your hike so you have a warm place overnight and the possibility of escape if the weather becomes too tough.

Unequivocally, I wouldn't recommend you try solo walk in these conditions.
You can join for a fee (not cheap) to groups that do cross-country skiing in the Dolomites.
The period of early April belongs to the edge of the ski season but there is still plenty of snow at an altitude of 2000 +
Of course to do cross-country should be physically fit and of course reviews.
Hiking in April looking for routes that don't pass the 1000 m. Nice one in Tuscany.
By the way, April is most suitable for the Lycian way in Turkey (except Europe). There is a group that was preparing on the subject .

PS for snowshoeing in the off-season you can consult with Rooney is considered an expert on anything.

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#38 Posted : Tuesday, February 16, 2010 6:18:54 PM(UTC)
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Thanks again for the quick and good advice!

Actually I already started to plan my trip to Turkey , Lycian Way or St Paul Trail (any recommendation between the two)

As im a loner i will travel by myslef, maybe will beet the group on the way.

Thanks Again !

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#39 Posted : Sunday, March 14, 2010 9:24:55 PM(UTC)
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#40 Posted : Wednesday, April 28, 2010 11:05:26 PM(UTC)
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Hello
Last year I did the AV2 and hard-challenging and amazing. This year I decided to take my mother for the AV1
Want to consult someone who did the track start the track in Lake Reyes and end on the same day in fodara velda and rpiogy the next day to lgazvi-is it too much or too hard?
I guest reviews
Thanks in advance
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