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io_travel  
#41 Posted : Friday, December 5, 2014 12:16:27 AM(UTC)
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Not horrible! You with a tent, find a quiet corner to finish it today. And be green!

Imagine you in a tent. Here:

יונגן

(A small park near the iongen village)

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#42 Posted : Friday, December 5, 2014 12:55:46 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = neutrino; 582724]

Hey guys,

I know there are quite a few people who travel with WHR. A few questions:

I think) to begin in early September whether the time is right? From what I gather, there are fewer travellers it's important to me.

1) a lot of people are seen backfield without any problem (not even near REFUGE) If you start them late at night and early morning off. I plan to do the same thing but of course consideration.

2) shower problem-no problem to bathe in basically agamim But I think there will be water poaim. How do you deal with that?

Thank you, Greg.

Weather question hardly teribialies people tend to knock one another year running has three different climate types depending on:

In El Ni?o years land.

' La Nina wet year and receives.

Neutral year somewhere in the middle.

The weather is not fixed and can be best understood to declare September as stable period have steady years and other years would be very unstable.

Some surprises during the year 2014 so far was El Nino drought year in the end of 14 and possibly the beginning of 15 in Western Europe there is possibility that the sequel from March onwards will be different and 2015 will be ' La Nina just don't have these data may change as a result of global activities, it is impossible to answer today on the weather question to September 15 the question premature.

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#43 Posted : Sunday, December 7, 2014 5:56:33 PM(UTC)
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I'm not sure whether to write down all my questions? That dirty the thread.

Because I'm going on a wild camping option, I'm not really limited by. I mean I could just ignore them and walk the path from Sunrise until sunset and where I shall make myself an hour before sunset, I look for a place for camping. So hopefully I'll be able to gobble larger distances than planned. Or not?
Another question is about the unexpected weather. When you say "from good to us this or that bar"-what would happen if we did go in from? When you track and from getting with a landscape never stop walking. At least not encountered in the case and left the rest of the way because 41 bad.

Thank you!
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#44 Posted : Sunday, December 7, 2014 6:26:45 PM(UTC)
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Hey Greg.
Deciding what weather is pretty and case State sacraments, some whom if bad weather and Sun as those given the experience and their equipment were also walking less good things (and I'm not talking about extreme conditions like in Nepal two months ago).

I for example, last summer, I decided to forgo the walk on a rainy day, fell after walking for an hour in the area is relatively low and the track that day although up to pass that scraped the 3000 m below but was not expected to be problematic.

Another hiker that came in with the rest of us decided to go at the end of the day we met (we took bus mileage termination of that day).

At the end of the Trek we have another day and we decided to go do this day as a day trip. I have no doubt that the conditions were in the original day we cross the pass, but we went a whole day in the rain and fog, and lose the superb views.

However as the rainy weather in the valleys could be stormy. Other same route passim were very steep and gotten them on a rainy day and maybe even in case of strong winds.

Bottom line, you're out for a stroll to enjoy the view, walk-and in my opinion not worth risking it (long before you risk your life) even at the cost of changing or completion of all planned in advance.

In general I recommend you plan your flights more days than you-for those cases of bad weather, for allowing the body to rest (recommend day of rest for 6 days-God knew what he was doing ??) and just in case anyone on the road advises you to go to some beautiful Lake.

Have fun!
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#45 Posted : Sunday, December 7, 2014 6:40:34 PM(UTC)
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Gregg, think for example about the walk. And think of the example of bad weather to flood. You keep going? Of course not!

Same in the Alps. If it rains with hail accompanied a terrible fog (just an example) and your route on the same day is steep, Rocky and exposed. you probably don't want to go. Not because I feel bad to get wet or-loss because you could easily slip into the abyss.

However this year in Scotland had a full day of mist and rain and continued to walk the trail conditions were not as endangered. Just a little bummed for the view

Another thing to think about is the terrain the Bank finished in terms of camping option.

Basically, you're right, when you go with a tent you can stop when it's dark (or just before) whether instead reach some "before" camping.

I'm trying with easer tent from Scotland (3 nights in a tent and became "an expert" ):

One day I decided to keep going beyond the organized camping site, the last of the ש"אמצא in mind a place to camp before dark. In practice something like two hours before dark I started looking for a place not so flat. The places weren't flooded had a lush and mostly filled with holes. In addition it started raining and because it was very cloudy dark too early. Already planned an escape path to nearby town (which would need a short walk in the dark, in the Woods ...) but the 90 minute found a flat class Justin (so-called: "I'm feeling lucky).

(You can read the entire "experience"- my blog is describes an experience he ends up after the last picture)

For I went it was at best awkward but not really dangerous because I had also stated that the alternative route, not complicated, difficult-to-navigate steep, even in the dark.

Other conditions-and the WHR it absolutely other conditions!!! It would be much less pleasant.

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#46 Posted : Sunday, December 7, 2014 8:00:46 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = neutrino; 582848] I mean I could just ignore them and walk the path from Sunrise until sunset and where I shall make myself an hour before sunset, I look for a place for camping. So hopefully I'll be able to gobble larger distances than planned. Or not?

Will certainly be far less limited but nevertheless recommend to do general planning and know more or less where major towns, רפיוג'ים and camping and the distances between them to find some time to stock up on food and will continue to go on a certain day or not.

[Quote = neutrino; 582848]

Another question is about the unexpected weather. When you say "from good to us this or that bar"-what would happen if we did go in from? When you track and from getting with a landscape never stop walking. At least not encountered in the case and left the rest of the way because 41 bad.
Thank you!

You need to ask yourself whether you can cope and survive with weather, but what happens if something happens to you (and not lacking in examples), especially if you plan to do your own and sleep on the ground and if anything enjoy walking in this weather. When the weather goes bad quickly, even experienced travelers tend to make mistakes and bad decisions that were doing in good weather.

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#47 Posted : Monday, May 25, 2015 11:09:44 PM(UTC)
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Would this track camping is allowed along? Or it gets on deck late at night and early morning breakdown? Prohibited throughout the trail, can at least in towns and rafiog? I would love to do this trek with tent and would love to do him like that information from
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#48 Posted : Monday, May 25, 2015 11:57:07 PM(UTC)
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Should the provisions of the same area.
There is a difference between bivuac, and camping. Other forbidden throughout the path. It's the first camping night and fall morning, there are places and in other places allow the deck.

Not in the cities, rather than private land. (Unless you ask permission).

In rpuig it is customary to request confirmation of camping didn't shoot abacta.

In fact, my feeling from tmb-whr is no one there for you, as long as you're not messy, no tent, no bother and blocking trails.

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#49 Posted : Friday, June 26, 2015 4:35:49 PM(UTC)
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Bouncing for those looking for something to do this summer. Hot!

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#50 Posted : Sunday, June 28, 2015 10:43:50 PM(UTC)
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Yes. Coming next week. Getting the latest equipment. Tomorrow, get used to the new camping I received had not yet. With barely any work/construction/...
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#51 Posted : Monday, June 29, 2015 8:08:40 AM(UTC)
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Good luck, have fun.
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#52 Posted : Thursday, July 2, 2015 10:04:00 PM(UTC)
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Once a month since returning from my last hope and I thought it was time to plan.

The big world and life is short and we know there's only two feet, so should be enough.

I thought the WHR can match targeted for early September, just before landing we Israel holidays.

Which brings me to ask some questions:

1. I read in some way of the WHR stories here on the Forum and saw that most people who followed the path cut in cable cars and buses cut like there's no tomorrow.

For those intending to leave the path without shortcuts, it's kind of hard to estimate the number of days you need to assign.

Do you think you can complete the trail in 2010-11.  (By comparison, the TMB went eight days).

2. one particularly enthusiastic about the concept of a cabin to cabin and prefers walking with tent and,

What is the availability of campsites along the trail? A reference to a list of such sites is welcome.

3. is the dominant language throughout the trail is French?

4. If you stay a few days available after any suggestions, how can you take advantage of this time?

Hope I haven't dug, and respondents.

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#53 Posted : Friday, July 3, 2015 3:50:59 PM(UTC)
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I'm going to go with a tent and not even see. Want to join?
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#54 Posted : Sunday, July 5, 2015 11:36:49 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = stardust; 587609]

Once a month since returning from my last hope and I thought it was time to plan.

The big world and life is short and we know there's only two feet, so should be enough.

I thought the WHR can match targeted for early September, just before landing we Israel holidays.

Which brings me to ask some questions:

1. I read in some way of the WHR stories here on the Forum and saw that most people who followed the path cut in cable cars and buses cut like there's no tomorrow.

For those intending to leave the path without shortcuts, it's kind of hard to estimate the number of days you need to assign.

Do you think you can complete the trail in 2010-11.  (By comparison, the TMB went eight days).

2. one particularly enthusiastic about the concept of a cabin to cabin and prefers walking with tent and,

What is the availability of campsites along the trail? A reference to a list of such sites is welcome.

3. is the dominant language throughout the trail is French?

4. If you stay a few days available after any suggestions, how can you take advantage of this time?

Hope I haven't dug, and respondents.

So my questions remain unanswered, I shall try to answer myself:

1 Yes, possible.

2. here is a link to a search engine -9886 excellent campsites throughout Europe.

3. until the French town dominating Gruben. Away to Zermatt controls.

4. no idea But it might take a day of rest somewhere in the middle.

Then the question is: where?

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#55 Posted : Sunday, July 5, 2015 11:41:39 PM(UTC)
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When you couple neutrino Maybe we will meet on the trail.

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#56 Posted : Sunday, July 5, 2015 11:53:32 PM(UTC)
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I hope a day. But is there any way you have to postpone your flight due to trillion problems.
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#57 Posted : Monday, July 6, 2015 3:32:12 AM(UTC)
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Fun clip on YouTube:
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#58 Posted : Monday, July 6, 2015 4:57:36 AM(UTC)
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I'm just one little question: is there a tall ladder in WHR gotta get them? Because if you are, then it's time to get over my fear of heights.

I thought I would challenge myself in Camino del Rey before the renovation, but after they refinished it is no longer a challenge.

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#59 Posted : Monday, July 6, 2015 6:21:26 AM(UTC)
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Yankele, haven't been to the track, but according to reports (specified) of the connector, you can recall the choice of whether to climb ladders above or use up another.
As I understand it, the split point can be seen the two alternatives, then decide (to go East, but I realized that everyone going East).

Plus the video scales appear after about four minutes (Incidentally, these travelers complete equipment, they stayed in the tent):

Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iahCekGJ7qI

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#60 Posted : Monday, July 6, 2015 10:15:57 AM(UTC)
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When I go there, close your eyes and put on a scale.

Thank you went.

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