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#1741 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2015 2:31:48 PM(UTC)
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You can reach plapoura.

GEO-staolance Paso, it's not difficult.

Most (rain day) order a taxi or walk along the road (not recommended).

It's another 3.5 km walk.

Here's a map:

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#1742 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2015 7:11:15 PM(UTC)
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Ok.. Thanks for the answer! Although apparently closed 13.9 plapoura-(get there in 18.9), so in case of weather isn't good to have anyway to stop staolance.

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#1743 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2015 11:52:47 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = idorin; 588402]

Hi, I am again:) tilapia

Because staolance is asking for EUR 50 diposit, wanted to explore another option before I pay them.

Is it possible to get the same day (in case of not good weather) Paso GEO to plapoura?

50 euros. I thought taking less. Date you almost certainly don't need a reservation.
About getting to Paso geo plapoura. It includes part of Mount pelmo and rafiog way Venice-is it possible but not easy.
In plapoura there are 2 rpiogy as can be seen in the map produced by Dede section. I believe the Pelmo rafiog remains open well into October.
Stay with your original plan El Paso-GEO to Venice through rafiog crossing mount pelmo.
Weather didn't keep good Paso staolance and a full, take a bus/taxi ride to nearby town/
That's the advantage of being on the road.

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#1744 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2015 7:24:33 AM(UTC)
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I mentioned that I have maps of the trail.
Would love to give them to whoever wants it.
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#1745 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2015 10:25:22 PM(UTC)
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Amnon.

Stick with the original plan. Pray for good weather and Max as you suggested we take a staolance.

S.k.-gladly accept the maps for the route. Thank you for your generosity!

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#1746 Posted : Saturday, August 1, 2015 12:49:30 PM(UTC)
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Congratulations you on course for:), and the sections described in the story, although satisfied in Paso Duran, i.e. 8 days of walking. In General, our walking pace was slow, so that actually took us 50% longer than as described in the story through. Therefore, the decision to terminate Paso Duran was in retrospect. the next section could take 12 hours-no fun.

The weather at this time of year, mid-July, was perfect. A charming, crystal-clear skies throughout most of the day, the walk from tananim pm and rain begins to drip to the fresh young thing and vegetation.

Some comments about the story, we had a very helpful and followed him.

1. exit the ooilabsha. Receive correction. The bus to the Lake, the train station but the town. Up an hour late for exit.

2. in skotoni. As Eduardo Bonifacio blog (link from page 86), for 20B was renovated and is open and relatively comfortable, with all the objective difficulty in climbing onto the saddle (V) and steep decline. As a result the vast majority of people will move West and the 20B. When coming from 20B, and ugozoi Lake, there is no logic to proceed directly to the hostel ugozoi and down to skotoni. That's what most people do (actually only the AV1 we skotoni's were two Israelis who also are under way.) The Valley of skotoni beautiful but never justified in my opinion down there to catch the next day to logozoi, with the long, interesting, non-20A Clearly, that must be ordered in advance anywhere in the logozoi. If you select this option, you can save, move across Divonne and go straight to the next logozoi Abreu.

3. getting to staolance. Should emphasize that for 472 not property but continues in the forest. There is a bill that faces him right and connects to the road. Because we were afraid that we're referencing returned back and eventually went down the road and we need him to. Very few travellers for years. I think most of them staying in Chennai di Fiume

4. Tessie or him Tessie. Section 7 is one of the most difficult sections of track. It includes the steep rise and long koldi, in long and free, Tessie. When reaching the saddle a bit misleading, check with fiery arrows AV1 and inconclusive pointing upstairs and Tessie. For those who don't have time or strength and has a long way to the Inn, there is no need to go to Tessie but continue straight at 560. Some rope that has a beautiful view but away ours goes on and we had to compromise.

5 and azoler. Because of the lateness of the hour we chose to stay in oazoler, despite the lethal criticism instead of down time name kapana Trieste. Not never looked back. And she azoler lodge and as such accommodations are basic conditions. Durham of 4 beds (2 bunk beds), less comfortable than bdibona, but not significantly. The shower was good with chips from bdibona. Nice restaurant, good service, and very lovely atmosphere. The hostel was the mole, talking, drinking beer at tables, or strolling in the garden. Unequivocally, we liked the friendly atmosphere in pleasant oazoler more frozen atmosphere at staolenza, with eight of the shakes mchoptrim we met there the previous evening. You can prefer luxurious conditions of over Lodge. And his preferences. However, the report should be fair. There is no room for expressions such as "a concentration camp", "through hoops rather to sleep rather than funky". Reeks?

All that pales against the stunning, flowering, and the members meeting and again or encounter them at the next rest on the saddle at the end.

Thanks to and for helping many iank we received from you!

Jacob

P.s. the prospects of Israel took care of some people that match with an explanation of the path that is so different, but no less what AV1!

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#1747 Posted : Monday, August 3, 2015 11:55:45 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

First align the power and other team members devote their time, to provide an answer in the Forum. All due respect, it's not obvious.

I intend to get to the Dolomites in early September. Due to time restrictions and knees, planned a four day. In light of recent posts of Eduardo and Jacob Lawson about Bill 20b, I consider sleeping in a shack on the third day, agsvi if you will.

Do you think the next track?

Day 1: Lake Bryce lesens (4 p)

Day 2: flashlight/Sens vuorela (4 p)

Day 3: flashlight/vuorela to lagsvi (how long?)

Day 4: lagsvi to Paso ji?o (h 7.5 "). According to fatigue and knees, consider using a short cable (scoitoli to Abreu and/or a Padre Abreu) or bus terminal 442 trail as Eduardo.

How do you track? And how long will it take for the third and fourth days?

Thanks in advance for answering.

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#1748 Posted : Monday, August 3, 2015 12:08:16 PM(UTC)
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Shalom brotherhood
It's hard to tell how long you today. Some of them do it in five hours and those who do it in 10 hours. Then take an average of 7.5 hours:)
The fourth day is very dependent on taking cable cars. It's easy if you're short drops and lagsvi cable skoiatoli cable car plus going to Paso geo detour ladders.
If you do all the above it should not take you more than three hours walk and plenty of breaks + the time it takes to get to the lifts-give yourself five hours.
If you're not going to use the cable cars and want to get to Paso-geo rafiog way, so it's expected to Divonne be longest day in orbit. 8-10 hours.

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#1749 Posted : Monday, August 3, 2015 3:17:27 PM(UTC)
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Hello
Returned today from five () wonderful days on AV1. A beautiful and easy to walk.
Start with many thanks to Joe and the other writers who helped and our ashiro.

It was great weather most days and even a bit too hot in part (here mention that we trekked with 4 litres of water per person and two due to heat the quantity justifies itself). As promised us even the most beautiful days around 17 +-start off an evening landscape (to plan accordingly)

I don't want to repeat things already written on the Forum so I just want to contribute some accommodation:
Due to the time of year the budget month (mid-June) and aptano the mission was simple and popular places like sennes and fannes were full (and it wasn't possible to book private rooms)
Those are we asleep along the way:
1. Refugio De Munt Sennes located 400 meters from the gorgeous location, Sens, just with a simple dinner at aroma. Not exactly the AV1 was impossible to find a place to stay (even at the last minute) (www.muntdesennes.com)
2. ?cia Muntagnoles dles -new place near Fannes, cute little chalet with 6 rooms which functions as B & B (ate dinner and great panas to take me out!!). The place is clean and warm and we warmly recommend. (Www.muntagnoles.com)

Then gets easier the longer accommodation
3. rifugio lagazuoi (UCH the 20B is stunning!!!!)-don't miss the best strudel cake track (at least the parts we used)
4. Refugio Averau -joins million it receives recommendations – that was the surprise trip!!! An amazing place! Excellent!!! And can't bail out now!!!!!!
Croda da Lago 5. Refugio is a charming spot on the Lake, about 1.5 km for AV1 and 3 hours walk from beautiful CORTINA. (GRAPPA is QUICK and impressive) just have to warn that a noisy place.

Our new challenge is of course to decide what they do next year: the level of the courses and very TMB AV1 for us and recommendations are always welcomed
And thanks again

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#1750 Posted : Monday, August 3, 2015 3:51:53 PM(UTC)
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I was glad to hear about the new place ?cia Muntagnoles dles. It was absolutely necessary that all panas to take me out and Arla full.
Thanks for the report and the image is immortal for 20B
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#1751 Posted : Monday, August 3, 2015 4:33:45 PM(UTC)
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Response to follow yyaari:

I was glad to read what you wrote. I was glad to read that should not refrain from too VAZZOLER received the impression that hamsbyb was very nice. Probably not to go (up) all the way to the CAPANNA. Important notice to me.

Finishing like we do at PASSO PAB.DURAN. We also feared the remaining days and people left out one character.

And add the percentage of hours walking the story of Amnon. As I wrote, some days it took us even. Amnon: you might want to specify that these good times to travel, without knee problems (not old like us) by the way, I'm in pretty good shape, but these hours short.

Tessie Tessie or not. Obviously the markup there is Tessie, advertisement and marketing. The owners of Tessie (PAOLA astonishing) want to come to Tessie and continue to the next cabin but (VAZZOLER) carefully reading through stories. As the old Tessie and recommend it warmly (possibly the best cabin after AVERAU), a lily-livered Gringo with markup planters until the cabin made us cry. After a long day (as specified, the increase to COLDAI) and finish with the type (on the path). But after the coke and Tessie, + views from one side to the CIVETTA and the view from the top (the cross) make this one of the best cabin. However says that whoever designed in Tessie, not to (take back at least an hour and a half back and forces would reach oozoler). By the way, the scenery (maybe not at sunrise or sunset) is similar to above Lake COLDAI. If climbing the hill that surrounds Lake West, see COLDAI similar including ALLEGHE views below.

CITTA DI FIUMI or STAULANZA. I slept in the front cabin: lowest score. I would say about it. And previous stories and co. gave a high score to STAULANZA. The completed report if my experiences. All for the benefit of the community. I enjoyed reading what you wrote.

Eduardo

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#1752 Posted : Monday, August 3, 2015 6:44:51 PM(UTC)
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A general comment about the story line, and recommendations.
Since this thread is dynamic and reflects the current situation on the ground, it's very possible that changes rpiogy level.
Rafiog and azoler experienced by many travelers as bad rafiog with an accommodation, uncomfortable beds and an unpleasant odor in the living section.
Can be that things changed for the better. Every few years, undergoing renovations and rpiogy some of the teams, the fill-in public rpiogy change.
Therefore, the comments of people very important and taken into account so that the recommendations of the story vary to reflect opinions per year for two years.
This is why it is very important that people who are returning from the recommendations here publish path, even if they overlap the opinion about places.
About my foot-add note in the story the way that attitudes to hikers.

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#1753 Posted : Tuesday, August 4, 2015 10:27:40 AM(UTC)
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Clip of the Trek

I spoil my friends Forum with clip Clip he filmed along the journey.

Is not an exhaustive clip, but it shows you fragments Sens and AVERAU cabin inside and 360-degree views over LAGAZOUI.

Enjoy!!!

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#1754 Posted : Tuesday, August 4, 2015 11:07:12 PM(UTC)
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The Sella Ronda you mentioned. I wasn't aware of it, to the East, in novolo and ugozoi.
Surfing a few times around the block mountains, clockwise and vice versa. Fun and unusual:)
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#1755 Posted : Friday, August 7, 2015 4:28:01 PM(UTC)
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Jacob: make me not so wise: I didn't know either. Just local groups to stand up and talk, explain, and I'm a little Colt Italian understood that, and the mramolda glacier. Although this is not a trivial matter that iceberg lump only snow in the area. At any rate, the massif of SELLA (rather than close as skiing) is impressive and I was glad to see it from this angle.
BTW, if you read my kodmeim posts: alicha gsvi Lake cabin for me was kind of closure that a few years ago I went from the cabin through the SCOTONI Hut to the ARMENTAROLA town.
It was amazing to wrap it up, and let go the same way.
Also arrested in browsing the SCOTONI hut and had lunch there, and really wanted to stay, but Germany lady told us we had "no room" for compromising to gsvi.
Those little stories at the big ... Shabbat Shalom
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#1756 Posted : Saturday, August 8, 2015 1:53:32 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

We are a couple who plans a trip to Northern Italy, per week (plus or minus) the northern part of av1, perhaps followed by a relaxation weekend in the Lakes (Garda, Como, etc). This means we have not needed equipment in orbit, and of course we wouldn't want to carry. Do you know a place to keep him, if cases or accessible airport train station?

Thought also the possibility of renting a car probably need him anyway in the second part of the trip, but it looks like a lake where leaving the car may be challenging after September 14th, and we finish only around 19. Raised the possibility of leaving the car in the first place in Cortina area, public transportation to the Lake, and from there to begin the route toward the car, but I'm not sure it makes sense.

Tips on averting:) field

Thank you all for maintaining the excellent forum!

Sivan

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#1757 Posted : Saturday, August 8, 2015 2:21:50 PM(UTC)
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Book a hotel in Cortina for the night. This leave extra gear.

The car hire for days after the trip if Cortina or anywhere else that arrive after

Foot trip.

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#1758 Posted : Saturday, August 8, 2015 2:32:03 PM(UTC)
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Eduardo, it is interesting that you mention the surfing to skotoni. When we are skotoni 18b, way before arriving to saddle and turn left at 20a, I asked myself what is the road going through skotoni to? Until it hit me and I realized that this was a logozoi route. Yes, this should be lovely wrapping. Who knows, maybe another chance to do it.
Shabbat Shalom
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#1759 Posted : Saturday, August 8, 2015 2:35:04 PM(UTC)
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Many thanks for the quick response!
The dilemma is because the desire for flexibility-if we move fast (and well) and additional sections may, perhaps even for the track. Is there anywhere else to leave him equipment can easily even if you stop the route?
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#1760 Posted : Saturday, August 8, 2015 3:08:31 PM(UTC)
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Cortina is easiest place, and keep it up.
If you have a problem, take the car for a period and leave him with excess equipment
There is no problem coming to the Lake and ride. Through trains and buses also have ilabasa in October and from there take a taxi to the Lake.
The second option is really what you thought and it reach Cortina, leave the equipment on which hotel to get buses and train to the trailhead.
In such a situation there is no sense to rent your car all the time. Just get a part II
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