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S.K.  
#1701 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 9:52:02 PM(UTC)
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Ask grads and comparison to benefit ups future routes.

I'd like to know more or less how much of Pedro lgouzi.
If possible I would love to see the ups.
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#1702 Posted : Monday, July 13, 2015 10:09:02 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = S.K.; 587965] asked grads and comparison to benefit ups future routes.

I'd like to know more or less how much of Pedro lgouzi.
If possible I would love to see the ups.

The total cost is approximately 1800 meters and about 300. To catch me at 100-150 m.

It's not a bad day.

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#1703 Posted : Tuesday, July 14, 2015 8:44:37 AM(UTC)
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Please:

From 600 to 500 immigrant Pedro m to FANES. Rest there.

Continuing with yet another increase of about 100 m, rest restaurant where to eat + beer.

Then mainly a plateau of approximately 2-3 miles and then an increase of approx. 600 m to PASS.

Descend steeply rest (?) If you were not a waste for the spread of us there.

A year ago. The decrease in value of 400 m to the Shannon Lake

Great lgazvi Lake is nearly 900 m, maybe even 1000 m.

In short your day long but if you're young and fit is fine.

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#1704 Posted : Tuesday, July 14, 2015 8:46:23 AM(UTC)
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500 m from Pedro panas to take me out, then walk quite flat (100 m) to the pass begins, 450 m to 300 m descent to La, Lake agsvi, and up to 550 m rafiog agsvi.

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#1705 Posted : Tuesday, July 14, 2015 10:32:52 AM(UTC)
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SK not young and already returned from AV1 he just wanted to know how it compared to other routes.
I want to remind you that measure height differences on the map always gives an image.
The height difference can be for example 1000 m 1200 m but the ups. Naturally all of her videos are also decrease and vice versa.
We all have people along the boards and many times there are declines across factions then continue it.
Who's at the top of Amud know fall is just a general trend. The trail constantly up and down and gaining a UPS.

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#1706 Posted : Tuesday, July 14, 2015 12:41:03 PM(UTC)
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If SK didn't have a very easy but so young.

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#1707 Posted : Tuesday, July 14, 2015 2:22:49 PM(UTC)
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יענקל'ה. As stated I.
Just two weeks ago I went in 20B.
Young or not I was 42 and was definitely challenging.

According to the above seemed to have difficulty from the score itself. 500 m from Pedro panas to take me out are 500 m from the Lake as a lagouzi. Important angle of slope and on how far it extends.
And Amnon said soil type change the level of difficulty and there are many other variables.

But some think scale received.

Thank you
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#1708 Posted : Tuesday, July 14, 2015 9:31:27 PM(UTC)
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Hello again, Amnon,
Currently leading the planning our days that the answers to the various arpiog. Which brings us to a few questions.

1. day walk from loorla to rafiog Divonne is excessive? (Lgazio did not return our answer in the meantime)
2 day walk Faso GIO to Tessie?
3. is the way to reach the town of Alleghe Tessie? (If you don't get to Tessie on Thursday, then at least u Friday noon)
4. is there any bus from Alleghe to Passo Duran?
5. thought to descend from Tessie to Alleghe to sit and take the bus to Paso preferences later Duran and the trip ended Monday. What do you think?
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#1709 Posted : Tuesday, July 14, 2015 9:31:59 PM(UTC)
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Forgot to say thanks again.

So thank you.
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#1710 Posted : Wednesday, July 15, 2015 12:33:37 AM(UTC)
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1.-Arla to Divonne day a bit long. Is it too much? Depending on your capabilities. The section from lgazvi to Divonne is an easy thing in decline.
2. Paso-GEO to Tessie-another long day. Been here a company that have it (Israel), but it just sounds like pushing up koldi (Coldai).
3. koldi and Tessie is easy to get to the town of Alleghe trails or cable cars.
4 to get to Paso-Duran from Alleghe should first come to town and agordo bus else Paso Duran.
5. easier and better than I do sit on the lovely Alleghe by chairlift back up the path and go to Paso Duran route of AV1. One walk.

But then you end up at the Tuesday afternoon so if you must finish on Monday so you are short a day.
Too bad the walk along the tziwata range (koldi and azoler). This is one of the most beautiful sections of the trail.

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#1711 Posted : Wednesday, July 15, 2015 6:47:56 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = Amnon Paulose; 587999] 3. koldi and Tessie is easy to get to the town of Alleghe trails or cable cars.

I'm pretty sure it's Tessie cable is cable-only service is designed to drive people. About the trail's away, I'm not sure he's "easy".

Anyway, no reason to come this far only to lose Tessie the Lake, cut earlier, not even koldi but through there on the way back after Saturday.

BTW, I'm not religious so maybe I don't understand something, but why not spend your Saturday koldi or Tessie?

Tessie's specific one of the most beautiful places I got to sleep in them, you can sit all day on the edge of the cliff, and it never gets old. Also in the second direction.

(Well, except maybe a giant cross 20 m there, in the context of Shabbat)

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#1712 Posted : Wednesday, July 15, 2015 11:43:09 AM(UTC)
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The cable car is a funicular service Tessie and certainly there is no reason to come to Tessie to come down town on the Lake.
But if you sleep the night before in Tessie (definitely worth it) so I need to get off Bill and Tessie the Lake makes it.
Incidentally, the cross over Tessie is the least Christian cross to meet in orbit. This kind of construction of metal like LEGO. Breathtaking vantage point.
When I write "can easily get down" path does not mean that it is easy. There is a large gap in height and therefore it would be a pretty steep decline.
Looks to me like the most luxurious option is to sleep in rafiog Faso staolance on the road and next to comfortably walk to the cable car and go down to the Lake.
All possible options to see online map

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#1713 Posted : Wednesday, July 15, 2015 7:29:50 PM(UTC)
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Got back this morning from our trip over five days between Lago di Averau and Braeis, according to the proposed plan.

Everything was excellent and fucked like clockwork, just close to what appears in the message thread. Very helpful.
Not going to bore you with repetitive images, but to try to resume some insights that I had, and I might be able to help others.

Getting to Villabassa in trains: as the amount of konkshns on the road increases, so a greater chance to miss.
Trains may be delayed (as happened to us) can happen that are forced to wait for the next train, or find alternative transportation--which extends the length/Baker.

Back to Cortina: as stated before, for Falzareggo area or highway 48, possibly to return to rest.
We tried some rides, but also know that there are public bus. The bus just arrived, and at the price of euros for person arrived 30 minutes plus or minus to Cortina.
The enclosed comfort debating some of the schedules of buses passing the current season (done on Rif. Lagazuoi and I guess pink amarkr relates to stationhouse is most relevant to it).
We got 48 road with lift off from Scoiattoli almost to the road. The auto lifts work between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

And another thing about transportation. When I asked in a Cortina Averau about Venice, they referred me to the information that they had issues of Cortina Express about two buses per day
From Cortina to Venice (and also other destinations). But I learned that there is another company that operates buses on this line and ATVO. I think the former is a public company, while first.
Is private. I tend to assume that just sells herself ATVO less and therefore less know it. But hours of the ATVO (afternoon) match us than
Cortina Express (the last bus of Venice Cortina Express departs at 11:30 a.m.). I recommend it for those who need to check this option.
Incidentally, cost us about 14 euros from Cortina to Venice with ATVO.

Food: my earliest fears restaurants for minority was greatly exaggerated. It is rare to walk more than three hours without having to run a proper restaurant. Adolescent escorted me was fairly pleased.
Off topic. The food was very good everywhere. Just to point out that global meat and cheese products have a variety of programs and abundance in relation to availability of fruits and vegetables. Once asked in the Forum
If this sponge bananas through breakfast. Tell me it's not working. Well, it's true, because I just don't.

Leiner/sheet: item that was in my purse a whole week without using. I don't know if it was because it was "boys" tour, or on which it fell not required
(Although some have stated in the email that it's necessary for them). I fancied the way I explained that the standard sheet (except weight) but other travelers encountered showed us the liinerim
They brought a folding miniature size, relatively few are even made of cotton. Their solution seems better.

Internet and cellular: browsing quality on Wifi-fullest ripiog was very low. I wouldn't for example on Skype calls, but is preparing to settle in and oatsup.
In addition, I had a feeling that recorded for cellular in General is quite limited. I noticed that when I went to high places and/or adjacent to motorways, suddenly started to phone.
I figured I was "invisible cell" most of the time I was less populated places.

Maps and navigation: although I took maps (thanks to laarin and s. k. for help), but I used to use Orux app with maps available for free online, with
Marking and numbering of the trails (who have references to suitable sources can write). In practice, the leor requiring paper once or twice, and on navigation
Solved 99% of aatalbtviot. And besides, the signs for it's great as long as the weather doesn't bother to view it. Want to say, who has great skill with a telephone
Smart, you can get by (I think) without paper.

I thank again for tilapia on this blog and to everyone who replied to the questions and doubts that I had in the past. The support level tpamati that exists here. I too would love to help anyone who needs it.

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#1714 Posted : Thursday, July 16, 2015 3:00:00 PM(UTC)
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Hey Joe and everyone!

My friend and I want to make the trip over 6 days, we plans to reach Venice or Padua (city near Venice).

The route we are planning is like this:

1 day course: lago di > sennes brais

2: > la varella sennes

3: la varella scotoni >

4: > averau scotoni

5: passo > staulanza averau

6: passo > alleghe staulanza

Both reasonable fit 25 +

On the morning of the seventh day we plan to return to Venice.

So I have a few questions:

1. We plan to arrive to villabasse in the evening the day before. How to get to Venice, where relatively cheap sleep there?

2. has anyone done this route in the same way and to explain in depth about? Are the sections too long?

3. halfway between passo staulanza alleghe-not at the track. Can anyone explain exactly how to get there? I think I read about it in the Forum but can't find the way.

4. How are returning from alleghe and Venice? Where can I see schedules?

5. are there any vegetarian food in most rpogis?

Thank you very much for the help!!

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#1715 Posted : Thursday, July 16, 2015 8:56:47 PM(UTC)
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1. the exact answer in a thread above 20 times and even appears in a message on the other.
2. your Division is the Division. I guess 200 to 300 people already did her graduation in only slightly different Alleghe. It did less than 10 people.
Full information about these segments including approximate walking times have open message file to be downloaded "bris to Belluno" (and about 100 times during the thread)
3. from Alleghe city bus passengers agordo (Agordo) and another bus to the city of Belluno and then the train to Venice. There are no schedules. Trains from Belluno has every hour or so.
4. have all the vegetarian rpiogis.
You should only ask questions that will give them a response message.
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#1716 Posted : Friday, July 17, 2015 11:54:21 AM(UTC)
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Comments to Dothan Bergman # 1697 and Hadar and URI # 1691

We finished the walk in July 2013 AV1 successfully in Lake ALEGHE after b in STAULANZA the night before.

You can take a course today in the rpogio on my phone and go into his mouth without messing around.

Walking tour to the Lake: stlenza right along the road to the sharp bend, turn into the Woods on the way, further straying left and come to MALGA VESCOVA, the ranch includes accommodations (30 minutes).  Away on the Hill to the left and walk West and then South and left an hour later come to the COL DEI BALDI on cable's two very steep sections.

The town is also good for those seeking a comfortable place to sit, you can also return to walking trail.

To the right of the road from the train station, look for the largest sporting goods store and I've met thousands of well-equipped, all you want to stock up for the next Trek, priced 20-30 euros for clothing.

Cute little town on a bus, from which you can easily and inexpensively to Venice with a combination of bus/train

Enjoy

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#1717 Posted : Saturday, July 18, 2015 9:18:07 PM(UTC)
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The following is a summary and recommendation of my friend Steve Goldstein went on track with Fleury.
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Join the many like me who became a great Trek on ALTA VIA 1.
This challenging Trek and more difficult for Israel, but the comfort of the luxurious and rpiogo is possible between the end of the track one day to walk the next day, allow to rest and recover completely new day. What else helps ease the Trek is maintaining an appropriate equipment including an excellent backpack, shoes, sticks, water bag, clothing etc and complete adherence to weight. If you stick to a list of Tilapia.
We went for the July 5 to July 12, it was the beginning of the season, and the path was indeed in all its glory, with a varied and many.
The first day was largely devoted to the trailhead, we flew to Verona and Villa-Mesa (a charming little town, where he spent the night at the hotel EMMA, hotel is very nice, but on the same street there are a number of hotels) which enabled us to rest from an exhausting day of flights and trains and ride long enough to begin the course with strength. Next to riding with the hotel bus to the trailhead, we recommend that you make an effort to get on the first day to the trailhead right and staying in a hotel on the Lake.
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Main recommendations
1. to devote the first day of arrival and start fresh the next day and strength
2. to maintain the equipment and comfortable clothing including raincoats 100% protection.
3. to maintain weight, list of Amnon definitely covers everything needed.
4. To reserve your room,!!!!!!!!!! Half a year in advance, which we walked was all packed, including the rooms.
5. We chose a private room which allowed us to rest and regroup, it's worth the extra cost. The Trek anyway, why not get a few euros and private rooms. Remember that walking is difficult and would rather rest without snoring at night. However more important to have a private room even if there are no bathrooms, our experience and services shared bathrooms are spotless and very comfortable and if you rise early, around 7:00 in the morning so totally clear.
If you have a private room so you can definitely give up carrying the liinerim and towels, significant weight gain)
6. it is recommended to book half board huts but if you're like us vegetarians/kosher savers, rather only breakfast and dinner reservations. Note that the menu for dinner, in some places, including only the specials. Of course you can order pasta and spaghetti-even if they don't appear in the menu.
7filmed stories through mobile and recommendations and it gave a lot of information and help navigate. Thanks also to our predecessors.
Regarding recommendation track: four and a half days. Days.
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Four nights in
The night before to sleep in VILLA BASSA Hotel EMMA town.
The first night in SENNES Trek. For pre-order!!!
Two night stay in FANES. Ask your landlord to show you pictures of the family history. Alarmed from the Nazis in an image.
Tuesday night at LAGUZOI. You'll only fly route 20b, saw the mayhem.
Wednesday night at AVERRAU. Includes dinner. Yes, to book in advance.
The next day "light" to get to NOVOULO and a fun afternoon for breakfast GOUI PASSO on the terrace along with dozens of apnoanim and wait patiently for an hour to 1700 ootobus.
In summary whenever asked my wife. How do you sum up to now answer: was at any given moment-ousalllllllm!!!!!!!!!!!!
And Yes ... ... ... ... Many thanks to tilapia.
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I would love to talk and help. Via my e-mail STVN . GOLDSTEIN@GMAIL.COM
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#1718 Posted : Sunday, July 19, 2015 12:00:45 AM(UTC)
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7. and thank you for your answers and ideas!

Can someone recommend a weekend place in the town of Alleghe?

Priority b-style with the possibility to Cook, but also regular hotel recommendation is appreciated,

Thanks again everyone,

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#1719 Posted : Thursday, July 23, 2015 3:27:27 PM(UTC)
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: We at ALLEGHE. He was 3 stars. Actually impressed that NOVA, close to the tourist with lake view, 2 stars can be cheaper and more fun. Check online or name.
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#1720 Posted : Thursday, July 23, 2015 3:34:38 PM(UTC)
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This link: detailed reports of the Trek you will find:

Members: as promised, the full report.

Worked over two weeks on it.

It has a lot of information:

Flights to Innsbruck and getting to VILLABASSA away.

Hotel EMMA in VILLABASSA

Order in advance, prices and recommendations.

-Division into days, including distance, height, cumulative incremental decline and GPS recording per day walk

-Beautiful pictures

-Great experience

-Enjoy!!!!

Amnon: you can put the link on "reports" section

And thanks again

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