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#1601 Posted : Tuesday, May 26, 2015 7:07:43 AM(UTC)
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You know the capabilities of the child. Not us.
All details about orders and getting back there in the open.
Rpiogy list file off and contact the email or on the phone.
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#1602 Posted : Tuesday, May 26, 2015 4:02:17 PM(UTC)
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No similar walking 5 miles in the Judean hills to walk in. The steep and lifts.

This index. Try to check the steep increases in your area. When you go up and down during

A couple of hours. Average slope of 30% will be enough to check their abilities. Consider also that the weather can be cold.

Although warming balliot. Whether they can withstand. Happen 10 to 12 degrees?

If everything looks fine so you parents and won great girls.

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#1603 Posted : Tuesday, May 26, 2015 4:05:51 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = יענקל'ה Saar; 586642]

No similar walking 5 miles in the Judean hills to walk in. The steep and lifts.

This index. Try to check the steep increases in your area. When you go up and down during

A couple of hours. Average slope of 30% will be enough to check their abilities. Consider also that the weather can be cold.

Although warming balliot. Whether they can withstand. Happen 10 to 12 degrees?

If everything looks fine so you parents and won great girls.

Thanks, yankele It is true that the more challenging Alpine route, so we tried to break into short pieces. How about the track:

Lago di-Reyes on the lagazoi in 5 nights, accomodation in cabins:

Biella-> pederu-> La Varella-->--> Scotoni Lagazuoi

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#1604 Posted : Tuesday, May 26, 2015 5:52:55 PM(UTC)
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I travel with my granddaughters (3 and 5). Can you walk without great difficulty that a 8 km and 3.5 hours of leisurely pace.

I wouldn't take it to the Dolomites and I wasn't trying to get her training regime to prepare for the track.

Your light Division under the scale. However you can have zoom mode and not 7th daughter could complete

In a timely manner or at all rise on the first day of the Lake to BIELLA. I met this increase some 7-8 year olds were hardly breathe heavily.

If an increase is skotoni (2000 m) lgazvi (2700) catches you rain (what happened) and precipitation, what we had on the next day, AVERAU

It will be suffering for girls and guys. We put a raincoat (+ warm) and continued to walk.

I wouldn't take this route four provide about 7 years old.  And I might write unnecessary things because you know your girls just like Amnon wrote.

Try their fitness by the recipe suggested. And other information you find in the open.

Edited by user Tuesday, May 26, 2015 8:03:15 PM(UTC)  | Reason: תיקון לעברית תקנית.

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#1605 Posted : Tuesday, May 26, 2015 11:06:04 PM(UTC)
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I'll be a little less subtle than my predecessor and says dating 4.5 and 7-year-old girls for 5 days in the Dolomites is borderline irresponsible.

And trying to compare it to a 8-5 km in the Judean hills just proves how unaware of the differences between the tracks.

Incidentally, in the Judean mountains you're going with equipment for five days?

A trip of 5-8 km Judean amounts to a cumulative increase of-300 metres.
The first day on the Lake to that of 900 m byala about 6 miles. Start to understand the difference?

BTW, you travel in the Judean Hills in days of heavy rain, hail and snow? That Trek is very likely to run into at least
One day (not only via snow in Alta yankele too unpleasant experience and I say that as an avid snow enthusiast).

Staying in the Czech area and take away hiking serial round of one day. (And there are lots of options)
This will allow you to go with easy and will allow you to skip the walk if the weather will be for rain/hail/snow
(What we could do in all days are welcome in advance and not go down like dominoes all days).

Wait patiently for a few years. Found with the kids for a bat mitzvah. So it's already more fit.
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#1606 Posted : Wednesday, May 27, 2015 9:08:26 PM(UTC)
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Me and a friend want to do the suggested eight days of Alta Via 1

23. fit explained, we wanted to know whether my suit walks (listed in the track options "" "short course offer at 8 days via ferrate"). I set out to explore the many trails in Israel (Israel National Trail), and travel in TMB.

Our 10 days allotted for the trip (i.e. travel days and 8 days).

We wanted also to know how he compared to TMB in terms of difficulty.

We look forward also to an alternative proposal for 8 days

Thanks a lot!

Menachem

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#1607 Posted : Thursday, May 28, 2015 6:07:31 AM(UTC)
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8 days is fine. There's plenty of time to go back, and enjoy.

Good outline. Best before and after don't need any pressure on this trip.

Relation to TMB ask me in September. Soon wake up a few more friends and meet you.

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#1608 Posted : Thursday, May 28, 2015 8:15:58 AM(UTC)
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I think this is a similar difficulty routes.
The TMB, maybe a little harder but much more willing to indulge those who invest some money in terms of accommodation.
(And how do you sleep at night kind of affects how you tomorrow)

For disclosure on the TMB me personally would be easier but I attribute that to the fact that went
With Veterans Day (in a society that used here either the equipment) while balta via went on the back.

I guess if you go in with full TMB would rate it as a little harder than halta.

And more disclosure-about 30 years older than you.

Anyway-who will succeed the first two too and vice versa.

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#1609 Posted : Saturday, May 30, 2015 11:53:49 AM(UTC)
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Good morning!

Happy to help with another question.

After I graduated, I have three more days, I will take a look in the Dolomites, car is there 2-3 places (in nature, not Venice) around without them I can't say I was in the Dolomites and do day trips? And of course the Alta Via 1 not having them.

Thank you!

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#1610 Posted : Saturday, May 30, 2015 12:56:18 PM(UTC)
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Tre Cime, area and if you want you can rent for a few days, via privatization scheme and experience there. There is a very good and hard for one of the peaks, stunning.

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#1611 Posted : Saturday, May 30, 2015 3:06:09 PM(UTC)
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Izorina Lake, three teeth (Tre Cime) and mramolda. Landmarks

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#1612 Posted : Saturday, June 6, 2015 5:03:25 PM(UTC)
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Hey everyone, Amnon, yankele and maybe AMBER:
20 days we fly to Innsbruck and to the trailhead.
It seems to me that this year will be the first by Martin correspondence here.

I was a little worried because early season snow height, we buy shoes my sealed more than Lima.
I was afraid that we would have to make a detour to get to LAGAZUOUI.

It seems that all that snow fell, quite thawed out. Today measured in SENNES almost 30 degrees at noon and a little over 20 night (hotter than us!)
But I think that at least the ground infrastructure is no longer covered and frozen white.
This does not mean that no snow and no would be bloody in white again, but it looks like we were lucky to start the season.

Also at LAGAZUOI cameras show primarily green and white.

Good luck to everyone this season.
Eduardo

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#1613 Posted : Saturday, June 6, 2015 7:04:27 PM(UTC)
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Good luck... And we're waiting for the detailed report with all the photos:)
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#1614 Posted : Wednesday, June 10, 2015 2:36:49 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = iobelsh; 586645] I'll be a little less subtle than my predecessor and says dating 4.5 and 7-year-old girls for 5 days in the Dolomites is borderline irresponsible.

And trying to compare it to a 8-5 km in the Judean hills just proves how unaware of the differences between the tracks.

Incidentally, in the Judean mountains you're going with equipment for five days?

A trip of 5-8 km Judean amounts to a cumulative increase of-300 metres.
The first day on the Lake to that of 900 m byala about 6 miles. Start to understand the difference?

BTW, you travel in the Judean Hills in days of heavy rain, hail and snow? That Trek is very likely to run into at least
One day (not only via snow in Alta yankele too unpleasant experience and I say that as an avid snow enthusiast).

Staying in the Czech area and take away hiking serial round of one day. (And there are lots of options)
This will allow you to go with easy and will allow you to skip the walk if the weather will be for rain/hail/snow
(What we could do in all days are welcome in advance and not go down like dominoes all days).

Wait patiently for a few years. Found with the kids for a bat mitzvah. So it's already more fit.

Thank you Yuval. It certainly helped, and we decided to skip the first day on the Lake. But not for the rest (I'm stubborn).

What are your thoughts/opinion on this bypass through the arrival to pederu and from there South to LAGAZUOUI (and maybe doing the easy thing back relative to biella and back)?

It comes out of 5 days with accommodation in 4 cabins: pederu--> La Varella-->--> Scotoni Lagazuoi

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#1615 Posted : Wednesday, June 10, 2015 5:28:29 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = rholtzman4; 587050]

[Quote = iobelsh; 586645] I'll be a little less subtle than my predecessor and says dating 4.5 and 7-year-old girls for 5 days in the Dolomites is borderline irresponsible.

And trying to compare it to a 8-5 km in the Judean hills just proves how unaware of the differences between the tracks.

Incidentally, in the Judean mountains you're going with equipment for five days?

A trip of 5-8 km Judean amounts to a cumulative increase of-300 metres.
The first day on the Lake to that of 900 m byala about 6 miles. Start to understand the difference?

BTW, you travel in the Judean Hills in days of heavy rain, hail and snow? That Trek is very likely to run into at least
One day (not only via snow in Alta yankele too unpleasant experience and I say that as an avid snow enthusiast).

Staying in the Czech area and take away hiking serial round of one day. (And there are lots of options)
This will allow you to go with easy and will allow you to skip the walk if the weather will be for rain/hail/snow
(What we could do in all days are welcome in advance and not go down like dominoes all days).

Wait patiently for a few years. Found with the kids for a bat mitzvah. So it's already more fit.

Thank you Yuval. It certainly helped, and we decided to skip the first day on the Lake. But not for the rest (I'm stubborn).

What are your thoughts/opinion on this bypass through the arrival to pederu and from there South to LAGAZUOUI (and maybe doing the easy thing back relative to biella and back)?

It comes out of 5 days with accommodation in 4 cabins: pederu--> La Varella-->--> Scotoni Lagazuoi

Hello to everyone

I represent another opinion about walking with children's meals (literally).

I have three children, aged 12, 7 and 5. Since the largest Ben 10 months we travel every year in the Alps (Switzerland, Austria and Italy this year go to France).

We do alpine excursions lengths vary when they long 10 km and include increases of hundreds of meters. From the age of 4 kids walk alone (without carrier).

All this to say that Alpine routes are definitely an option for children.

And now for the part.

* Not yet in AV1 (made other day courses Dolomites). Yes I went in TMB (according to what I read here the difficulty level) and I wouldn't hesitate to take my kids (with short days)

* Excursions has a great advantage if the weather isn't good!. If you go on a trek of several days you should maintain flexible thinking and gain you may have to change plans.

* Another perk for excursions not carrying large bags. I recommend not to skimp and take care of minor cases in AV1 (realized that is certainly possible)

* Rewrote to your children you know. If it's just as big-change years.

Anyway-enjoy freedom

Jonathan

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#1616 Posted : Thursday, June 11, 2015 6:35:49 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = ylivny; 587051]

[Quote = rholtzman4; 587050]

[Quote = iobelsh; 586645] I'll be a little less subtle than my predecessor and says dating 4.5 and 7-year-old girls for 5 days in the Dolomites is borderline irresponsible.

And trying to compare it to a 8-5 km in the Judean hills just proves how unaware of the differences between the tracks.

Incidentally, in the Judean mountains you're going with equipment for five days?

A trip of 5-8 km Judean amounts to a cumulative increase of-300 metres.
The first day on the Lake to that of 900 m byala about 6 miles. Start to understand the difference?

BTW, you travel in the Judean Hills in days of heavy rain, hail and snow? That Trek is very likely to run into at least
One day (not only via snow in Alta yankele too unpleasant experience and I say that as an avid snow enthusiast).

Staying in the Czech area and take away hiking serial round of one day. (And there are lots of options)
This will allow you to go with easy and will allow you to skip the walk if the weather will be for rain/hail/snow
(What we could do in all days are welcome in advance and not go down like dominoes all days).

Wait patiently for a few years. Found with the kids for a bat mitzvah. So it's already more fit.

Thank you Yuval. It certainly helped, and we decided to skip the first day on the Lake. But not for the rest (I'm stubborn).

What are your thoughts/opinion on this bypass through the arrival to pederu and from there South to LAGAZUOUI (and maybe doing the easy thing back relative to biella and back)?

It comes out of 5 days with accommodation in 4 cabins: pederu--> La Varella-->--> Scotoni Lagazuoi

Hello to everyone

I represent another opinion about walking with children's meals (literally).

I have three children, aged 12, 7 and 5. Since the largest Ben 10 months we travel every year in the Alps (Switzerland, Austria and Italy this year go to France).

We do alpine excursions lengths vary when they long 10 km and include increases of hundreds of meters. From the age of 4 kids walk alone (without carrier).

All this to say that Alpine routes are definitely an option for children.

And now for the part.

* Not yet in AV1 (made other day courses Dolomites). Yes I went in TMB (according to what I read here the difficulty level) and I wouldn't hesitate to take my kids (with short days)

* Excursions has a great advantage if the weather isn't good!. If you go on a trek of several days you should maintain flexible thinking and gain you may have to change plans.

* Another perk for excursions not carrying large bags. I recommend not to skimp and take care of minor cases in AV1 (realized that is certainly possible)

* Rewrote to your children you know. If it's just as big-change years.

Anyway-enjoy freedom

Jonathan

Jonathan not when another opinion but my opinion.

I wouldn't be against going out with kids.

Was against the format of Trek. And here it turns out that you recommend trips (and even of those reasons).

Reread the last paragraph in my post.

To the original questioner.

From Pedro la and also mild with children section Arla (one of the less attractive for)

Dress-skotoni-section for Arla at best problematic. The rise and decline of the Lago di porkla di troubled children particularly steep drop (there is a page or two) and if this section heading override very long in my estimation at least 15 miles no problem how to break this section because there's no other way ריפיוג'ים.

From skotoni to lagazvi-not easy but doable whether dropping back to Lake lagazvi and then go to the highway or walking Variant.

Far 3 days I didn't understand how you came to 5.

"This rafiog biella" is at the end of the difficult geographic and unrelated Lake easy section. It seems to me you.

Near river systems have agazvi from Italy-Austria in WWI. Could be a nice experience breaking routine for children.

Then down from lagazvi to plgratano, get a ride to El Paso cable car to rafiog ' skoiatoli (4 km) where you can make some circular tours to Charles Torrey, the ripiog ' novolo Abreu or when skoiatoli is used as base.

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#1617 Posted : Saturday, June 13, 2015 1:38:10 PM(UTC)
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A question about five and a half day trip on AV1:

Hello me and my double issues in late July to make the AV1

Due to various constraints we have only five and a half days to travel (must be in by Friday 14 at Cortina)

We moderate fitness (last year did the TMB with all cases nkapch Tuesday and it was amazing)

The track is thought to do:

Sunday-Lake-> Bryce Sennes

Monday- fanes -> Sennes

Tuesday- Lagazuoi <---Fanes (no availability onScotoni) is too long and if so, what do you recommend?

Wednesday- Angelo Dibona --> Lagazuoi

Thursday- Angelo Dibona--> Averau (is the price worth to stay in place is worth to proceed to passo giau and sleep there?)

Friday-wake up and find our way back to Cortina

Did the track look?

Thanks in advance!!!

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#1618 Posted : Saturday, June 13, 2015 4:55:20 PM(UTC)
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Tuesday is reasonable and not too long.
Wednesday is very short. Instead off from Lagazuoi to Paso palzergo Gallery of gsvi cable scoitoli up to and sleep at Averau
On Thursday, down to passo giau and continue until rafiog Palmieri (kroda di Lago)
On Friday, wake up and walk down to Cortina in walk for three hours.

Follow the route on the map.

Edited by user Saturday, June 13, 2015 6:30:13 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#1619 Posted : Saturday, June 13, 2015 6:08:55 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = iobelsh; 587090]

[Quote = ylivny; 587051]

[Quote = rholtzman4; 587050]

[Quote = iobelsh; 586645] I'll be a little less subtle than my predecessor and says dating 4.5 and 7-year-old girls for 5 days in the Dolomites is borderline irresponsible.

And trying to compare it to a 8-5 km in the Judean hills just proves how unaware of the differences between the tracks.

Incidentally, in the Judean mountains you're going with equipment for five days?

A trip of 5-8 km Judean amounts to a cumulative increase of-300 metres.
The first day on the Lake to that of 900 m byala about 6 miles. Start to understand the difference?

BTW, you travel in the Judean Hills in days of heavy rain, hail and snow? That Trek is very likely to run into at least
One day (not only via snow in Alta yankele too unpleasant experience and I say that as an avid snow enthusiast).

Staying in the Czech area and take away hiking serial round of one day. (And there are lots of options)
This will allow you to go with easy and will allow you to skip the walk if the weather will be for rain/hail/snow
(What we could do in all days are welcome in advance and not go down like dominoes all days).

Wait patiently for a few years. Found with the kids for a bat mitzvah. So it's already more fit.

Thank you Yuval. It certainly helped, and we decided to skip the first day on the Lake. But not for the rest (I'm stubborn).

What are your thoughts/opinion on this bypass through the arrival to pederu and from there South to LAGAZUOUI (and maybe doing the easy thing back relative to biella and back)?

It comes out of 5 days with accommodation in 4 cabins: pederu--> La Varella-->--> Scotoni Lagazuoi

Hello to everyone

I represent another opinion about walking with children's meals (literally).

I have three children, aged 12, 7 and 5. Since the largest Ben 10 months we travel every year in the Alps (Switzerland, Austria and Italy this year go to France).

We do alpine excursions lengths vary when they long 10 km and include increases of hundreds of meters. From the age of 4 kids walk alone (without carrier).

All this to say that Alpine routes are definitely an option for children.

And now for the part.

* Not yet in AV1 (made other day courses Dolomites). Yes I went in TMB (according to what I read here the difficulty level) and I wouldn't hesitate to take my kids (with short days)

* Excursions has a great advantage if the weather isn't good!. If you go on a trek of several days you should maintain flexible thinking and gain you may have to change plans.

* Another perk for excursions not carrying large bags. I recommend not to skimp and take care of minor cases in AV1 (realized that is certainly possible)

* Rewrote to your children you know. If it's just as big-change years.

Anyway-enjoy freedom

Jonathan

Jonathan not when another opinion but my opinion.

I wouldn't be against going out with kids.

Was against the format of Trek. And here it turns out that you recommend trips (and even of those reasons).

Reread the last paragraph in my post.

To the original questioner.

From Pedro la and also mild with children section Arla (one of the less attractive for)

Dress-skotoni-section for Arla at best problematic. The rise and decline of the Lago di porkla di troubled children particularly steep drop (there is a page or two) and if this section heading override very long in my estimation at least 15 miles no problem how to break this section because there's no other way ריפיוג'ים.

From skotoni to lagazvi-not easy but doable whether dropping back to Lake lagazvi and then go to the highway or walking Variant.

Far 3 days I didn't understand how you came to 5.

"This rafiog biella" is at the end of the difficult geographic and unrelated Lake easy section. It seems to me you.

Near river systems have agazvi from Italy-Austria in WWI. Could be a nice experience breaking routine for children.

Then down from lagazvi to plgratano, get a ride to El Paso cable car to rafiog ' skoiatoli (4 km) where you can make some circular tours to Charles Torrey, the ripiog ' novolo Abreu or when skoiatoli is used as base.

Indeed, our views are similar, although I don't recommend trips but the benefits.
Alpine Trek is also an option with kids going in my opinion (as I said before, I wouldn't hesitate to go to the TMB, or share with the kids).

The writers I represent opinion or referring primarily to those who claimed it was irresponsible to date for children.

And again-so there will be misunderstandings: Alpine Trek without understanding the full meaning that irresponsibility (even if you leave Sayeret Matkal on release).
If you understand the meaning and it is suitable for travelling group capabilities and network-this can be a great option even for a family with 3 daughters ages.

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#1620 Posted : Monday, June 15, 2015 1:47:17 PM(UTC)
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Equipment: skipping

Following requests-spring to the beginning of

Those taxis, jeeps have the equipment acapizzo:

Helped a lot with birchim.

Us export 10 euros per day (which is 5).

Part one: http://www.taxi-altabadia.com/en/index.html

Part 2: http://www.zoldobus.it/

Encourage

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