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#141 Posted : Sunday, July 3, 2011 5:02:31 PM(UTC)
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Iorokar company (Europcar) which is absolutely great company rents cars in Belluno.
There is a possibility to hire a car in the city and return it at the airport of Verona.

They walk hours tended to a walking pace with beverage breaks of 10 minutes every hour.
Regular rate walk is a mile in 20 minutes. Everyone should adjust its rate schedule.

Arrival at Belluno in orbit for eight days depends on the time of departure.
This walk is very easy and with bus or taxi can get to town.

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#142 Posted : Sunday, July 3, 2011 11:40:58 PM(UTC)
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Amnon what is the difference between the recommendation for 8 days to realize what I did may100?

Do you know if you can download the GPX route files
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#143 Posted : Monday, July 4, 2011 3:25:38 AM(UTC)
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I couldn't locate a GPX or KML files.

The differences between the track that Maya are the following:

On the second day she slept in a rafiog Lavarella is very close to rafiog Fanes.
At about rafiog Scotoni requires 4 hours walk from Fanes (agsvi Lake) or 5 hours in aigoff rest.

On the third day she slept in a very rafiog Dibona demonstrations are to get granted.
I recommend cutting out of 412 lagazvi and climb 440 (or cable) to the Scoiattoli rafiog
Averau at rafiog or on her no less than perfect Scoiattoli.

On the fourth day she spent in Passo Giau he spoil much but is less impressive.
The Averau rafiog (Maxim) or Nuvolau (Spartan). The track on which I get it.
In 4 hours and ends at rafiog Citta di Fiume after the walk light.

The fifth day is shortened through Passo Staulanza and went for the main route that leads to rafiog.
Also the track "cut" similarly but keeps two further rpiogis until rafiog Tissi

On the sixth day the two routes meet at Passo Pab.duran and continue along until the end.

Note about on track 8. Classic track is track 7 days includes
The rafiog Venice rather than cut through Passo Staulanza. The abbreviation skips one of the most attractive segments
Of the trail so if the weather and physical fitness allow so worth considering to do this part.

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#144 Posted : Monday, July 4, 2011 10:51:47 AM(UTC)
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Thanks hope to close more detailed route description and upload it to audit:)

In the meantime I attach a link to a site with a lot of material and pictures on:

AV1

If someone found a GPX route files are more than happy to accept them.

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#145 Posted : Tuesday, July 5, 2011 9:25:26 PM(UTC)
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Hey Amnon,
I enclose our route planner and 10 days (early September). Most of them are short.
I was glad we didn't brief comments in time and want to enjoy every moment without running what we're in good shape and is pleased to apply.

Day 1: Lago Di Brais to Rif. Sennes 4

Day 2: Rif. Sennes to Rif. Fanes (or Rif Lavarella) 3:30

Day 3: Rif. Fanes to Rif. Lagazuoi 5

Day 4: Rif. Lagazuoi to Passo Giau 6 (Cable cars, Gondola car and lifts option Form)

Day 5: Rif. Giau to Rif. Citta Di Fiume (via Rif. Nuvolau) 3 (possible to split the days differently)

Day 6: Rif. Citta Di Fiume to Tissi Rif (via Passo Staulanza) 6 (alternative is Rif. Via Coldai Rif. Venezia)

Day 7: Rif. Tissi to Rif. Carestianto 5

Day 8: Rif. Carestianto to Rif. Pramperet (via Passo Pab.duran) 4:30

Day 9: Rif. Pramperet to Rif. Pian De Fontana 3

Day 10: Rif. Pian De Fontana to Pinei (bus station here) or Pissa (via Rif. Bianchet) 4

Again, thanks in advance:) for investment

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#146 Posted : Wednesday, July 6, 2011 12:55:00 AM(UTC)
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The design is great and I will add a few comments.
If you start the walk on the first day after 5 pm so it is better to sleep rafiog in Yala.
I don't recommend byala since there is a shower and he tends to be. But he's very friendly.
He rafiog great historic but need to go an hour from byala so that may be a problem with time.
Rafiog panas to take me out too, and she and Arla. There might be a slight preference to Arla-rafiog.
There's no point in rafiog to sleep in gsvi bad weather. If cloudy or rainy, so better to go down the road in a hotel and sleep well below.
I recommend sleeping in rafiog Abreu or novlau rather than go to Paso geo unless bad weather.
Both rpiogis and especially novlau are unusually and sleep with them experience (Abreu world-class food).
Not sure how going from geo to Citt? di Fiume pesos through novlau which is before geo pesos.
The walk from the Citt? di Fiume achievements peso is a joke. This is a day of rest (one short and difficult climb and the rest). Better you go to Venice.
I recommend the route leading from SITA di Fiume to Venice, palapoura and koldi. Don't miss the good weather.
The rest of the program depends on the decision on Venice and koldi.
Whatever you do you go for the experience.
And most importantly, at the end of the walk not forgetting to write here and go and tips to attach photos.

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#147 Posted : Wednesday, July 6, 2011 1:18:00 AM(UTC)
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Amnon's route: route we want to do on the basis of the recommended routes and the route map and call rpiogis.
We are planning to do the course in 8 days.
* Don't walk time accurate.

Day 1 Lago di Braies Refuge to Refuge Sennes 4 hours

Day 2 Sennes Lagazuoi Refuge to 6 hours

Day 3 Lagazuoi Refuge to Refuge Nuvolu 15 KM: 30 hours

Day 4 Nuvolu Refuge to Refuge Citta di Fiume 11 KM

5:30 hours

Day 5 Citta di Fiume Refuge to Refuge Tissi 8 hours

Day 6 Tissi Refuge to Refuge Carestiato 6 hours

Day 7 Carestiato Refuge to Refuge Sommariva 13 KM 5 hours

Day 8 Refuge to Refuge Bianchet & Sommariva Belluno 6 hours

We would love to hear comments.
Thank you
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#148 Posted : Wednesday, July 6, 2011 2:50:19 AM(UTC)
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The second day is challenging and the system time is incorrect. It's hard if you feel it walking, stopping at Scotoni

If you're lgazvi on the second day, it will become the third day you may be too short. Especially if you use cable cars.
Therefore do not use cable cars and do the full course through rafiog Divonne with all historic attractions.

In your carry on Wednesday to rafiog. It makes the day a light quite hard but worth many times.

If you change this, say you sleep in fifth day, Tessie, as planned, or continue up to Vazzoler

Consider if your not worth to keep from walking Carestiato very easy and sleep in superior conditions Peso Duran

Good luck.




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#149 Posted : Wednesday, July 6, 2011 2:22:53 PM(UTC)
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Hey Amnon,

1. we go before the trailhead, which is why I believe that until the early afternoon we reach the Lake in Rais. Are you Raleigh?

2. about whole-Arla panas to take me out, I guess I decide.

3. When you say lgazovi drop down for sleeping (the cable of course), is there any reason to go back the next day, the track continues East towards Divonne and back, or simply move away towards his or novlau (or bad weather Paso GEO).

4. about the mistake with novlau that is before Paso geo. copying.

5. write that the walk from the Citt? di Fiume achievements peso is a joke – how long? From what I've read is quite long: 30 hours. Isn't it?

6-amltzatch, and indeed this is a preferred option, the trail turning pretty Fiume to Venice and coladi. The question is, should I continue to Tessie (I heard that beautiful name) or it's too much for him?

7. However, it would make sense to do the way lgazovi to Tessie as directed in three days?

8. the sequel is as follows:

Day 7: Rif. Tissi (or Coldai) to Rif. Carestianto 5
Day 8: Rif. Carestianto to Rif. Pramperet (via Passo Pab.duran): 30 (possible to End here)
Day 9: Rif. Pramperet to Rif. Pian De Fontana 3
Day 10: Rif. Pian De Fontana to Pinei (bus station here) or Pissa (via Rif. Bianchet) 4

Again many thanks in advance.
Promise to disappearances in enclose + pictures ...
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#150 Posted : Wednesday, July 6, 2011 5:25:29 PM(UTC)
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If you land the day before the beginning of the track so it could change your whole itinerary.
Even if you plan to stay the night in Verona you can still take the next early train
Then on the first day you can sleep in Pedro or panas to take me out after 5-7 hours.
If you lgazvi because of bad weather, so there's no reason to go back. Keep rafiog Scoiattoli
Or on foot on a trail or 440 from Bai de Dones rafiog
The Joes to Citt? di Fiume pesos about three hours lightly. In 4.5.
Nudges quite Fiume to koldi through Venice full day walk. Until this hour + Tessie. Recommended.
Very realistic option: Faso gsvi geo-Venice-Tessie. This is an option that takes the best trail in 3 days.


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#151 Posted : Wednesday, July 6, 2011 6:05:18 PM(UTC)
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Amnon-8 head to Northern Italian Desk.
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#152 Posted : Wednesday, July 6, 2011 6:54:47 PM(UTC)
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Far sounds great. I wouldn't change the first day because it is "the first day", and it would be nice to beach towel after immigration from Bryce. In the worst case. Rest a bit more sense. What are you saying?

About the section for Faso gsvi geo-Venice-Tessie sounds great, have sewn an estimate how long from Paso GEO to Venice? Up to 8 hours.

What about the track, the last four days. Are you looking the program cost?

Salute you!
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#153 Posted : Wednesday, July 6, 2011 10:08:56 PM(UTC)
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Yesterday he became Director and now head of the Italian Desk!
Really promoting Tauri
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#154 Posted : Wednesday, July 6, 2011 10:44:55 PM(UTC)
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Further clarification:

According to the story, turning 3 di Fiume to Venice (under the map in an easy way). Said 3 hours from Paso Joes to SITA di Fiume. So just from Paso Venice 6 geo. Make sense?
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#155 Posted : Wednesday, July 6, 2011 11:06:09 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Amnonl]

The second day is challenging and the system time is incorrect. It's hard if you feel it walking, stopping at Scotoni


If you're lgazvi on the second day, it will become the third day you may be too short. Especially if you use cable cars.
Therefore do not use cable cars and do the full course through rafiog Divonne with all historic attractions.

In your carry on Wednesday to rafiog. It makes the day a light quite hard but worth many times.

If you change this, say you sleep in fifth day, Tessie, as planned, or continue up to Vazzoler

Consider if your not worth to keep from walking Carestiato very easy and sleep in superior conditions Peso Duran

Good luck.






Thanks Amnon.
We would like to rent a car at the end of the runway and encrypt towards Tyrol.
I saw that you cannot rent a car at a urinal one of the largest car rental.

(I checked iorokar and prices very expensive there what you can achieve by an invitation from Israel)

Therefore we want to skip the last section to the urinal and space in the other 7 days.

The last section to Belluno is characterized by different views/section is not to be missed?

Is it possible to get a bus near a northern city Sommariva rafiog to?

Thank you
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#156 Posted : Thursday, July 7, 2011 2:08:37 AM(UTC)
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A Paso GEO to Venice about 6-7 hours. Not bad at all.
Your plan to finish the track.
You might consider to do via del M?rmol privatization in a way rafiog 7.
There was no one yet in this forum to tell us about the level of difficulty.
Practically nobody does this via privatization fear.
It's kind of weird that it shouldn't be too hard.

Embedded you can retire quietly already in Paso Duran and pay to be nothing.
Good track record is a lake in Rais to the GEO and SITA Peso di Fiume to Tessie through Venice and coladi.
Don't know about buses at somariba. You can find out. Call rafiog or search online.
There are no major cities North of the end point. Cortina is the biggest thing in the area.

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#157 Posted : Thursday, July 7, 2011 4:46:24 PM(UTC)
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Marm?l Via ferrata (How hard can it be?)

Marm?l: Via Ferrata
It was completed in 1967, but has recently been modernized equipment program. It goes along the cliffs to the southeast of Mount Schiara. Ferrata along the track uphill, make the first 100 meters in common with the Zacchi Via ferrata . The ferrata can be reached in 2262, passing the bivouac Bocco meters Usually, however, given its modest their difficulty the ferrata is crossed downwards, as a continuation of the Via ferrata Via Ferrata Berti Zacchi and The iron ropes can also be used to reach the summit of Mount Pelf

Hikers on the forcella Marmol must walk the path is equipped

Http://www.altemontagne.it/Gallery_FabGian/Schiara.html

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#158 Posted : Thursday, July 7, 2011 10:05:28 PM(UTC)
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Regarding the section via privatization at the end, it really is everybody claim that need equipment. The story said. What do you think? What do you hear? If you don't need any special equipment and weather and not betray, you likely get to him.

Another question, I used the phone numbers on this site are identical to those in the story through. There is a difference between what's in other documents at certain points (for example, Palafavera different number even than the famous rafiog website link). What are you? What do you recommend?
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#159 Posted : Thursday, July 7, 2011 11:35:17 PM(UTC)
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From what I heard and from experience in other prattot (level D) don't need any special equipment.
Driving helmet that (lower) and the last (UPS) might snatch
A rock is deteriorating. But if they maintain large gap between people, no problem.
When equipment is going overall and helmet to sabotage security. It meant more.
To overcome fear of heights than of security. Preferably also gloves for added grip.
In September at the end of my walk on the AV3 I intend to do the mramol from bottom to top.

About matches of phone numbers. Concern. Every rafiog has the numbers of any
Other rpiogis. They also are willing to make the invitation to next rafiog if you ask nicely.

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#160 Posted : Sunday, July 10, 2011 11:49:31 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Amnonl]


Embedded you can retire quietly already in Paso Duran and pay to be nothing.
Good track record is a lake in Rais to the GEO and SITA Peso di Fiume to Tessie through Venice and coladi.
Don't know about buses at somariba. You can find out. Call rafiog or search online.
There are no major cities North of the end point. Cortina is the biggest thing in the area.


 



Thanks, tilapia a couple questions:

1. we think to arrive at the end of the trek to bolatno.
Do you know port of Paso Duran? (Outgoing.
Paso Duran I couldn't find on a map.)

2. you also finished the course in Paso Duran?

Thank you
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