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#1001 Posted : Wednesday, July 24, 2013 6:43:34 PM(UTC)
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Amnon, you're absolutely right.
The funny thing is that the schedule book sets based on 10 or 12 days of all track advance, i.e. assume candle peering not trying to squeeze more hours than the book recommends [we even with our slow rate stood at dividing the days session recommended].

Already wrote in the previous pages of this thread needs to take into account additional time on the schedule designed for premium cruisers veterans. So the most important times to premium cruisers especially immigrants who love and can cover miles on foot.

If enough distances, yesterday I came across an article on Matthew Hasely went up three long u.s. routes back to back (12,110 kilometers in 239 days) average rate of 64 km per day. The route of the Alta via he would end in two days?

And the question itself, in retrospect, my impression was that the biggest gap between school schedules to actual time was owner of the first day. Later, the decline and the plane were quite accurate in evaluating their time (when I get a calculation the constipation), and the sections we had to add at least 50% of the time, says in the book.
But as we went on our own pace regardless and we had a very long comfort not sure gives a good indication of who the Planner walk.

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#1002 Posted : Thursday, July 25, 2013 7:04:51 PM(UTC)
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Hello to all visitors,
Yesterday we returned from an amazing week on AV1.
Actually we practice for just the first three days. When we got to rpog to agsvi turns my wife can't wear shoes and so we had to change some plans on driving to Cortina and spent a day and drove to ALLEGHE and spent her day I went and did a day trip to koldi Lake koldi ריפוג'יו way, the next day we drove to AGORDO and from there caught a ride to El Paso Duran and I made a short trip to krastiati ripog. From there we drove to Nice last day in BELLUNO.
However on the first three days were tough though greatly were fabulous. Here are some notes for the benefit of the future:
The first day of a very beautiful and very difficult Rais. According to the Division of first trimester anthem takes an hour, but it took at least 2 hours until we reached the bench marks the end of the first trimester.
The other two parts actually went through fine (maybe started to get used to it) when we got to the pass and saw Biella ריפוג'יו felt great satisfaction. The sequel to ripog easy Sens but the decline to prolonged and difficult ripog Pedro (remember this is the first day since Pedro and found a place to stay at oorala/panas to take me out and so we had to divide the days differently).
The second day we went to the skotoni ripog. The walk from Pedro panas to take me out to the road and cross was nice but quite difficult. Our legs freshened in Scirpus limmu and continued until splitting the path to 20B. We decided
Not to take a path that some feared 20B rise hard to pass. Instead, it continued straight on the path to a long and difficult to turn left on 20 and her brother, although not very hard but uncomfortable long and especially at the end of the day, so maybe we were wrong not to have chosen for 20B. At skotoni was really nice 4 bed dormitori with good food and services.
The next day we started the request through the beautiful agsvi Lake and snow fields to ripog to agsvi during the start to rain and hail.
And when we got to lagsvi at 13:00 we decided not to continue. Then we realized that my wife won't be able to wear shoes and decided the change programs.
In summary-was an amazing experience that makes me more.
Highly recommend to all debating some and hope to return there soon.
I thank the Tilapia and other contributors from the experience really helped me understand what I helped out with specific tips on preparation stage – but obviously only the walk itself provided the real thing.
Good bye!
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#1003 Posted : Thursday, July 25, 2013 7:32:02 PM(UTC)
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Welcome and thanks for the popular reporting. Sorry things didn't work out until the end of the plan.
You started a long and difficult days and it wouldn't start. The great flanking 20 skotoni adds a lot.
In the final step of the flanking some beginners because of her patience never ends.
Incidentally, until 2007 was via ferrate a shortened half only partially but following flanking drift closed.
When I went for the first time in 2008, we split up. My wife went in and I take the via ferrate.
When I got to the point where drifting some warning sign seen mountain in Italian but I did not understand him to aprata closed
So I crossed the drift zone between the bolderim and after endless falls and classes, I was able to join for the other side.
Eventually, I got filthy skotoni a few minutes after my wife and this was not worth it. The Prata was poor, too.

The Prata is no longer highlighted in the news:

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#1004 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 4:08:33 AM(UTC)
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Hello to all participants and to the Forum
We returned a week ago what AV1 (shared)
We slept the first night then in the Sens loarla
Tuesday night and Wednesday in lagozzoi-down tunnels of World War 1 and we shared a track that comes back over the bridge and shared with the funicular
The decrease in the tunnels is recommended. There is a need for a flashlight head.
Thursday night Abreu Friday night stelonza and seven in Tessie and preferences later and drop back to Cortina
We had an amazing trip the weather was on our side all along the track without a drop of rain
Helpful planning information Rabbi Amnon and the rest of the Forum members have suggested, we made sure of low weight and was just fine.
Thank you all for the information and many tips especially for tilapia
We enjoyed every minute of it.
Recommend especially the Sens rpogis, abaro oorala and stelonza
Excellent food and especially Abreu and stelonza
Galit and IL

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#1005 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 4:18:48 AM(UTC)
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Note added
Highly recommend to book accommodation in advance, we ordered everything via the Internet.
We met many travelers find anywhere and had to change plans and the itinerary
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#1006 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 11:20:00 AM(UTC)
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Thanks to reindeer glitter and assume the other share similar impressions
How would sleeping in public rafiog after all the treats Tessie in private?

Dede-your turn is shortened. Three days ...
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#1007 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 12:56:40 PM(UTC)
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Yes, indeed.

-All (as stated)

"I hope the weather will be kind with us."

Association for metyavi jaw. Going for 10 days of fun

Now you will receive a schedule of regular people.
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#1008 Posted : Saturday, July 27, 2013 2:40:16 PM(UTC)
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We returned last week from the trip. Was amazing and perfect. The progress and still have snow logical.
Many thanks for your help.
About the hut-novlau-in front of my eyes and this trip one of the most beautiful places we were them! And we were in many places.
Small price of no shower and toilet outside (only a day at night inside) it's worth staying.
Our food was one of the best. All the cabins have the same menu (and the same), but the quality of everything we ate was several levels above the others.
Highly recommend. And enjoy the tour.
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#1009 Posted : Monday, July 29, 2013 5:38:08 PM(UTC)
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To Amnon,
In advance-thanks for everything.
As every year, 1,000 hours planning came to the finals.
But, because of you it was easier.
We invite you to the next meal.

At this point the weather looks great.

Promise to update:
1. how to go with the bouncing equipment
2. What is the menu in each cabin.
3. prices and more.

Avner, NIR, URI, Doron and encourage
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#1010 Posted : Monday, July 29, 2013 5:59:20 PM(UTC)
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Uki. Good luck. Waiting for updates. Hope you didn't hurt your JAWS too.
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#1011 Posted : Tuesday, July 30, 2013 2:21:35 PM(UTC)
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Hi Amnon,
Firstly thanks for the helpful forum.
Q: we want to take a pair of track 15 in August and finish it and then keep tissi because Slovenia through trieste. Where best to put the bags?
We get from Milan and Verona.
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#1012 Posted : Tuesday, July 30, 2013 2:58:11 PM(UTC)
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Do you have car?
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#1013 Posted : Tuesday, July 30, 2013 5:09:48 PM(UTC)
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No we don't have a car, plan to travel to Slovenia where to rent a car, so we need a comfortable place to drop your bags don't take us too much time on public transport. Cortina is preferred (probably finish the route in tissi or karstiato)?
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#1014 Posted : Tuesday, July 30, 2013 5:50:57 PM(UTC)
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Take the train from Verona, Belluno and leave your equipment in one of the hotels.
He explained that the hotel would require of you money or to sleep one night at the end of the runway.
It's actually doing bad. If you finish the walk you down to Tessie Alleghe city and reach her at Belluno.
If you end up walking krstiato you walk down into town and agordo bus to Belluno (explained in the story).
Another option is to continue to krstiato Faso Duran and reach accommodation in Belluno.

There's an open explanation how to get from Belluno to the trailhead
It's a combination of train and bus kllazo
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#1015 Posted : Wednesday, July 31, 2013 3:22:08 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,
First of all, thank you to everyone, especially to Amnon, threading useful and enjoyable!
Secondly, my wife and I are planning a trip to Alta via 1 in the first two weeks of October. The problem is that the resulting impression from reading the information here might be too late to travel in October because of the weather, and more due to open/close times of the rafiog. In the thread were opinions here and here and the question is whether or not we should postpone the trip for next season? We also go through Munich in a rental car but realized that no bus route endpoint (Belluno) to Lake Reyes because it was on season dates.

Another option is the Drei Zinnen, shorter but maybe it is better because the dates and weather?
We look forward to any help.
Thanks, Geva
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#1016 Posted : Wednesday, July 31, 2013 11:03:30 AM(UTC)
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Hello Geva
No problem traveling in October in the northern part of Lake AV1 Rais to Passo Giau
Passo Giau, at arpiog (open all year) and South all closed in October.
So you can do an abbreviated course of October 5 days on AV1 with easy return to the trailhead road.
The oilabasha bus to the trailhead at the Lake was stopped in October, but a taxi always available in 20-25 euros.
I recommend you choose this option over the Drei Zinnen
It's true that you'll be quite alone on the trail, but prepare you well in rpiogis and romance party
Go for it.
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#1017 Posted : Friday, August 2, 2013 1:28:16 PM(UTC)
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Hello

We are a couple who plan to start for a 7.4 and want to rent equipment via ferrate for the last part.
Did someone already try?

Thank you
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#1018 Posted : Friday, August 2, 2013 5:48:56 PM(UTC)
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You can rent via ferrate in korenita system in some shops

Here, for example, the rate of shops

But you know you have to get to Cortina Cortina at the end of the runway.
So I'd rather rent the equipment in Verona
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#1019 Posted : Saturday, August 3, 2013 10:56:59 AM(UTC)
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Good morning to everyone.
After a night at the lagouzi.
Don't drop in to lagouzi, or.
Fantastic weather.
Everything is going according to plan and we enjoy.
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#1020 Posted : Saturday, August 3, 2013 11:15:10 AM(UTC)
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No wonder you have perfect weather all week. Partly cloudy and a little more.
Just don't start complaining too hot
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